Therapeutic Massage at the Stanford Center for Integrative Medicine

To schedule an appointment for a massage, please call us at (650) 498-5566. Note: no insurance plans cover the use of massage for health benefits. So the cost is paid by the individual.

Massage benefits

Massage types

Our therapists

The Therapeutic Massage program offered by the Stanford Center for Integrative Medicine provides help for people with a broad spectrum of health problems ranging from general stress to serious illnesses such as cancer. Expertly-administered and individually-tailored massage therapy can provide physical as well as emotional benefits. Our massage therapists are highly trained in a variety of bodywork techniques, educated in anatomy and physiology, and experienced in providing therapeutic massage in health care settings.

Massage therapy can help to:

SCIM's massage therapists provide several styles of massage, including:

Massage sessions

(Stanford employees, faculty, & students are entitled to reduced massage rates.  Please call SCIM for details, 650-498-5566.)

Our Therapists

Amy Chen has been a member of the SCIM staff for seven years. Before that, she worked for a chiropractor in San Jose, CA for four years. She received her training at Milpitas Electrolysis College in 1993. She attended Mission College in Santa Clara, CA. Prior to her arrival in California, she was a pharmacist in China for 15 years. She is fluent in Cantonese and Mandarin languanges. Amy does deep tissue, swedish, stretching and trigger point massages.  

Massage for inpatients while at Stanford Hospital
 is available through the Guest Services department. Please call them at (650) 498-3333.

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