Ashburn, VA 20149

Massage Therapists on Thumbtack cost$90 - $110

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109 Massage Therapists found near you!

  • Lowest price:$60
  • Most common low price:$90
  • Most common high price:$110
  • Highest price:$170
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$140

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Jan 13

Ivy was amazing! I had been experiencing extreme neck pain over the last several weeks…

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  • 1 person
  • 90 minute session
  • At my home or business location
$65

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Jan 13

Shannon did an amazing job. I will be seeing her again in the future.

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  • 1 person
  • 60 minute session
  • At the massage therapist's location
$160

quoted price

Dec 30

Wonderful 1st time experience! Shannon was punctual, very thorough and worth every cent!…

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  • 2 people
  • 60 minute session
  • At my home or business location
$85

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Dec 17

Sarah is wonderful... Once she work on you... You'll want her to come back over and over.…

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  • 1 person
  • 60 minute session
  • At my home or business location
$155

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Nov 21

Derya confessional

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  • 1 person
  • 90 minute session
  • At my home or business location
$70

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Oct 25

Haven’t had one yet but seem very professional.

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  • 1 person
  • 60 minute session
  • At my home or business location
$60

quoted price

Oct 23

Great attitude

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  • 1 person
  • 60 minute session
  • At the massage therapist's location
$160

quoted price

Oct 23

Absolutely amazing person with awesome energy. Will hire again and again!

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  • 2 people
  • 60 minute session
  • At my home or business location
$100

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Oct 1

Chaun was with out a doubt the best mauser i have ever had. His hands were absolutly…

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  • 1 person
  • 90 minute session
  • At my home or business location

How much does a medical massage cost?

Medical massage therapists provide body work services specifically aimed at treating a medical condition such as chronic pain or tissue inflammation (carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis and plantar fasciitis); sports injuries; recovery from surgery, injury or accidents; and even mental health issues such as depression and anxiety. If your physician prescribes massage as treatment for a diagnosed condition, chances are he or she will also refer you to a practitioner. If not, many independent massage therapists can provide treatment.

Massage therapists typically charge by the hour. They may also create custom packages for customers’ needs or for specific medical conditions. The nationwide average hourly rate for medical massage is $50–$75. Massage therapists who are trained to administer additional holistic therapies, such as reflexology and acupressure, acupuncture or craniosacral therapy, typically charge higher rates than the national averages.

Condition treated

Therapists may vary their rates depending on the condition that needs treated—particularly if customers need specialized treatment such as deep-tissue massage, sports massage or myofascial release. Maxine Nguyen, LMT, of Healer Hands Mobile Spa & Studio charges $69 per hour for standard Swedish massage and $85 per hour for deep-tissue massage, trigger point therapy and active isolated stretching. Therapeutic Essentials owner Dawn Spagnolo’s hourly rate is $70. She specializes in treating clients’ chronic pain and works with people who need treatment as part of their recovery from auto and workplace accidents.

Session length

Most massage therapists offer 30-, 60- or 90-minute sessions. Medical massage tends to require longer sessions because of the time needed for the therapist to understand each client’s situation and administer the appropriate treatment. Erik Owen of Chronic Pain Relief Through Touch takes the time to understand each client’s needs—and he guarantees his work.

Treatment location

Massage therapists who come to your home or office generally charge more to cover travel time and expenses. Juan Stephens of Zerenity Zone charges $75 an hour for massage services if customers come to his studio and $110 an hour if he goes to them.

Insurance

In some cases, a massage therapist may be covered under health insurance if the treatment is prescribed by a physician. Sometimes auto insurance covers treatment for auto-related injuries. Laws that govern insurance coverage differ from state to state. Spagnolo of Therapeutic Essentials says massage therapists should inform customers if their services are covered. In Minnesota where she practices, for example, state law requires auto insurers to pay for massage therapy to treat injuries sustained in car accidents.

Cost-saving strategies

Many massage therapists offer a discount if customers pay upfront for a certain number of treatment hours.

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