1. Lifestyle Changes that Benefit Your Health – Part 2

    Welcome back to the Marshalls Creek Wellness Solutions blog space! Today, we will be continuing our blog series covering the various changes that you can make in 2020 to work towards a healthier lifestyle. If you haven’t already, make sure to check out part one of our series! Without further ado, …Read More

  2. How Massage Therapy Can Help Prepare You for Labor

    A woman's body undergoes so many changes throughout her pregnancy, all them with the goal of preparing her for childbirth. As miraculous as these changes in the body might be, sometimes a little help is needed to optimize your body for the experience of labor and delivery. One of the best things you…Read More

  3. Some Surprising Benefits of Massage Therapy

    Massage therapy is great for your muscles, but that's not all that it is good for! We love to share some of the other amazing ways that you can benefit from massage therapy with our patients so they can start to take advantage of this service as soon as possible. Learn more about the benefits of mas…Read More

  4. What Happens When You Go Too Long Between Massages?

    Marshalls Creek Wellness Solutions is proud to be a one-stop-shop for health and wellness in East Stroudsburg. We make it easy to look and feel your best by putting a variety of wellness services together under one roof. Whether you need to see a chiropractor or are seeking massage therapy, we can p…Read More

  5. Ward Off Holiday Stress With A Relaxing Massage!

    Halloween is just around the corner. Everywhere in East Stroudsburg, we can see signs of the holiday shopping season creeping into stores and offices. If, like us, you’re a holiday purist, you probably find this holiday ramp up more than a little annoying, but for some, it’s far more than an ann…Read More

  6. Does Massage Therapy Work For Depression?

    Let’s say your cat passes away or you find out that you’re not getting the promotion at work that you hoped for. You might call up your best friend and say “I’m so depressed.” But for millions of Americans, this term means something more than merely being ‘down in the dumps’ or ‘unmo…Read More