NMT is a scientific approach to treating people with muscular discomfort and pain. Using highly skilled touch, we investigate your source of pain noting temperature and firmness of the tissue, sensitivity to pain, postural distortion, and the state of muscle tone and contraction.

NMT can help with but is not limited to the following conditions: Sciatica, Back Pain, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Frozen Shoulder, Scoliosis, Whiplash, TMJ and Fibromyalgia . This type of massage involves a discussion with the client to determine what type of pain they are having and where it is coming from. What comes next are tests and measurements of the muscles to determine which muscle is the possible source of pain. Once the source of the pain has been identified, the therapist then treats the muscles involved specifically.

Pelvis Low Back


Sciatica is pain, tingling, numbness, and/or weakness along the course of the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve emerges through deep muscles on the back of the hip.

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Scoliosis Usually Begins in the Cranium. Distortion in the position of the cranial bones causes the spine to become twisted and side bent. The pelvis becomes side tilted and twisted.

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Fibromyalgia massage was designed to help people cope with the pains of fibromyalgia, which is a chronic syndrome that causes terrible fatigue and enormous pain.

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Frozen Shoulder


The Shoulder is a vastly complex structure. Seven joints are involved in the functional movement of the shoulder girdle. Each of these joints are interdependent on the integrity and function of the other joints.

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Massage therapies for disorders

Massage therapy is a time-honored modality, dating back thousands of years and practiced the world over.


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The Therapist

Jimmy Ray Williams LMBT 12363

- Graduated from Kneaded energy Massage school 2011

- Licensed massage & Body work Therapist 2012



"Before I came to Jimmy, I had been under the mistaken impression that the human body could properly heal itself from the average sports injury. However, my pain continually got worse to the point where I was forced to seek help." - Steve Chambers


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Address: 2307 West Cone BLVD, Greensboro NC, at Northwestern Plaza, located Downstairs suite 118

Telephone: 919-933-3435