Medical Massage with Kim LeMoon

Medical massage is performed with the intent of improving conditions or pathologies that have been diagnosed by a physician. An individualized treatment approach utilizes a wide variety of techniques which may include Orthopedic Massage, Neurodynamic Testing and Mobilization, Neuromuscular Therapy, Myofascial Release, Neurostructural Integration Technique, Lymphatic Drainage, Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation stretching, and client home-care protocols.
Nerve Pain

Sciatica, thoracic outlet syndrome, Morton’s neuroma, post-herpatic neuralgia, peripheral neuropathy, costochondritis, complex regional pain syndrome

Overuse syndromes

Carpal tunnel syndrome, cubital tunnel syndrome, De Quervain tenosynovitis, golfer’s elbow (medial epicondylitis), tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis), trigger finger

Joint Pain

Osteo-, rheumatoid, and psoriatic arthritis, TMJ dysfunction, frozen shoulder, rotator cuff injuries, torn meniscus, sacroiliac joint dysfunction, hypermobility (Ehler’s Danlos)

Acute Injuries

Motor vehicle accidents (whiplash), sports injuries, muscle sprains, ligament strains, injuries from unaccustomed work such as gardening, painting, moving, and snow shoveling.

"I can honestly say that without Kim’s wonderful technique and her brilliant understanding of the musculature of the body, I probably would have stopped playing flute." —Leslie Pruess, Principal Flutist, Plainfield Symphony Orchestra

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About Kim LeMoon, LMT

Highland Park, New Jersey
Evidence-based practice requires sound clinical reasoning
Kim LeMoon with Owl Butterfly


Since 1997, Kim LeMoon has operated a private Medical Massage practice in Highland Park, NJ. From the outset, her mission has been to provide the best possible outcomes by using her keen clinical reasoning skills. Over the years, she has built up her clinical expertise by refining and modifying techniques and building a large knowledge-base of medical conditions. However, for all of her advanced education, her greatest teachers have been her clients. By listening to their concerns and to their innate wisdom about their bodies, Kim has learned that the best results come when people participate in their care.

  • Education

    Somerset School of Massage Therapy (1997) • OMERI Orthopedic Massage (1999) • Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy (2000) • Advanced NST Neurostructural Integration Technique (2002) • Somanautics Dissection (2007) • Neurodynamic Testing and Nerve Mobilization (2014)

  • Awards

    1997 Academic and Technique Valedictorian Somerset School of Massage Therapy • 2007 Massage Therapy Foundation Practitioner Case Report Contest Silver Award Winner

  • Publications

    "Clinical Reasoning in Massage Therapy." International Journal of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork 1, no. 1 (2008): 12–18. • "Fascia 2007: The First International Fascia Research Congress.” Journal of Bodywork & Movement Therapies 12, no. 1 (2008): 3-6. • “Terminology Used in Fascia Research,” Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies 12, no. 3 (2008): 204-212.

Kim's Specializations

Keeping Professionals at the Top of their Game
Singers
Singers experience deeper, fuller breathing, better resonance, and reduced tension in the jaw, throat, neck, and back.
Katherine Wessinger, soprano, shown with the New York Virtuoso Singers and the Orchestra of St. Luke’s at Carnegie Hall. Photo by Hiroyuki Ito for The New York Times
Instrumentalists
Instrumentalists play with more agility and ease and get relief from repetitive motion strain and postural tension.
Max Jacob, co-founder, executive director, and bassist of the conductor-less string ensemble Shattered Glass.
Athletes
Competitive athletes of all ages improve their performance, gain endurance, and recover fast from injuries.
Joe Augustine, pitcher for the Burlington Royals (2007); Burlington Bees (2008); Southern Illinois Miners (2009-2011)

"Since our goals are essentially the same – a body that works with ease and freedom in everything we do- I consider Kim’s work an extension and a complement to my teaching." —Taina Kataja, Singing Voice Specialist, Mason Gross School of the Arts

What Kim's Clients are Saying

How medical massage has helped

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