William Fulp, Licensed Massage Therapist
The Massage Therapy Program is available for employees, the public, patients and their families, as well as businesses in the community. The Program is designed to provide optimal access to professional massage that can enhance wellness through physical and mental relaxation and pain relief, improving the quality
of life for all who receive services.
All services are provided by Licensed Massage Therapists throughout multiple locations within the Medical Center, North Carolina School of the Arts, and Arbor Acres.
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Types of massage available include:
A quick release of stress for the person always on the go.
Table work, from head to toe, depending on time restraints chosen by the client. A great stress reliever.
Deep Tissue Massage—
Table work, involving deeper pressure (to client’s tolerance level). Promotes the healing process of muscle tissue.
Table work at a quicker, more vigorous pace, to wake up tired muscles and get them ready to perform. Involves techniques stretching and joint mobilization.
Table work that is more point specific. Helps relieve pain and tension, improve range of motion, functionality and promotes the healing process.
Trigger Point Therapy—
Table work that uses methods to assess and manipulate muscle tissue, in order to promote the healing and reprogramming of the neurological loop to reduce pain and improve functionality.
Table work, involving the stretching and elongating of connective tissue in and around the muscles. Helps to restore balance, health, and elasticity while relieving pain.
Table work, based on the premises of Swedish Massage, but catered to the changes, complications and precautions that come with pregnancy.
Table work, based on the premises of Swedish Massage to help soothe and nurture children.
Table work, that uses a system of treatment that channels universal healing energy through the therapist into and around the client’s body, sometimes without direct hands-on contact.
Negative Pressure/Massage Cupping—
Table work, based on Ancient Chinese techniques creating suction and negative pressure. This therapy is used to relax tight muscles, loosen adhesions and connective tissue, bring hydration and blood flow to body tissue and drain excess fluids and toxins by way of the lymphatic system. Including massage that is sensitive for various diagnosis.
Massage Therapy Coordinator
- $40 for 30 minutes
- $50 for 45 minutes
- $60 for 60 minutes
- $75 for 75 minutes
- $90 for 90 minutes
- $10 add-on for Massage Cupping
We accept cash or check.
A no tipping policy is in effect for services.
Gift certificates are available for purchase.
To schedule an appointment or to request a gift certificate, please email or call:
We have 2 stationary locations:
Medical Plaza - Miller (formerly CompRehab Plaza) – Fitness Center
131 Miller Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27157
Sticht Center – 2nd Floor
Medical Center Boulevard
Winston-Salem, NC 27157
And 2 off-site locations:
D1 (Opening Soon)
1901 Mooney Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27103
Fitzgerald Health Center
and the new Asbury Place
1240 Arbor Acres
Winston-Salem, NC 27127
To schedule an appointment at any of the above locations, please call the Massage Line, 336-716-8304 or contact Lynn Butner, 336-713-3076 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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