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Acupuncture is the stimulation of nerves, muscles and other tissues by inserting thin needles into specific points in the body. The goal is to relieve pain and other symptoms of illness, injury or disease. The treatment is generally pain free.
Your acupuncturist will review your medical history and discuss your health concerns and questions before the procedure.
- Initial consult and treatment: $100
- Follow-up treatments: $75
- 30-minute appointments: $35
Wyoming Medical Center employees and volunteers receive a 10% discount off the above rates. Payroll deduct is available.
Treat yourself, or a loved one, to a healing experience with one of our certified massage therapists. Our massage therapists are certified in several different types of massage including sports massage, deep tissue, neuromuscular for injury healing and postural change, medical massage and pregnancy massage.
Your therapist will review your medical history and discuss your health concerns and questions before your massage.
MASSAGE THERAPY RATES
- 30 minutes: $35
- 60 minutes: $60
- 90 minutes: $90
Employees and volunteers receive a 10% discount off the above rates. Payroll deduct is available.
Yoga therapy is an emerging discipline that is used throughout the world to treat acute and chronic conditions. Our one-on-one yoga therapy sessions are tailored to support individual health needs with a certified yoga therapist. Learn how to apply yoga techniques and practices to help manage your chronic health condition and bring balance to your body and mind.
YOGA THERAPY RATES
- Initial session: 90 minutes, $100
- Follow-up sessions: 60 minutes, $75
Alisha is an acupuncturist and herbal clinician with a goal of providing accessible and effective holistic health care that complements modern medicine. She loves practicing in Wyoming's rural areas where she travels to treat "moms, kids and cowboys."
She enjoys fly fishing, camping, hiking, skiing, yoga and paddle boarding. She is excited to explore Casper and especially proud to be a part of one of Wyoming's first integrative clinics.
- Master of Oriental Medicine – Southwest Acupuncture College in Boulder, Colo.
- Certified by National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
Tessa Gilskey trained at the Health Works Institute in Bozeman, Mont., and is nationally certified in therapeutic massage and bodywork. Over the last five years as a practicing massage therapist, she has continued her training to offer many different massage services, though she specializes in therapeutic.
“I appreciate that Casper is a larger town that has a small town feel. My husband and I love all that the outdoor area has to offer and it has been an excellent place to start our family,” she said. “I look forward to this next step of serving Casper on a larger level.”
- National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB)
- Pregnancy Massage
- Medical Massage Practitioner
Scott McCullen is a certified massage therapist.
He has over 13 years experience as the owner/therapist at Alpin Massage Therapy. He received his training at the Academy of Natural Therapy in Eaton, Colo.
His modalities include Swedish Massage, Table Thai, Cranial-Sacral, Myofascial Release, Shiatsu and Raindrop Therapy.
He grew up in Casper, Wyoming and enjoys skiing, golf, kayaking, and biking.
As a yoga therapist, Sally teaches in the Viniyoga tradition, meaning she adopts to the student’s needs. She was drawn to this style because of the emphasis on breathing.
She completed a 500-hour Viniyoga Foundations training followed by Gary Kraftsow's 500-hour Yoga Therapy training.
She enjoys working with clients who are seeking relief from various health conditions and often includes seated breathing, chanting and meditation in her sessions.