Now accepting VA insurance
NOW Accepting Health Insurance, VA HEALTH INSURANCE, HSA, and FSA!!!
NOW ACCEPTING OPTUM
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Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce
FAYETTEVILLE'S HOME FOR PRECISION BODYWORK AND RECOVERY SERVICES
Brittany Foti, LMBT, MMP
Valor Massage is owned and operated by Brittany Foti; a Licensed Massage & Bodywork Therapist [LMBT]. She is a certified medical massage practitioner with 5 years of serving Fayetteville and surrounding areas. The focus at Valor Massage is to repair what you put your body through. Each new client undergoes a clinical assessment analyzing the state of their body, health, goals and ailments. With a combination of services specially tailored for your needs, Brittany puts you on the road to recovery and optimal health.
Valor Massage is dedicated to serving athletes and military personnel in particular. Our services are best received by those training for Selection, Q-Course, recovering from deployments/missions and exiting the military after years of service. Competitive athletes will find our diversity in sports modalities optimal for recovering from all types training. Brittany’s moto is “If it’s broke, I can fix it.”
Brittany prides herself in a unique approach that is not just for athletes and military but also anyone who is struggling with chronic aches, pains and tension. Whether it's from your job, your activities, or your day to day life, we can help you feel your best.
Pamela D Turner, LMBT
Certified in Prenatal, pediatrics, oncology, lymphatic, cupping, sports, deep tissue, reflexology, myofascial release and CST.
Pam specializes in frenectomy bodywork for infants, post partum depression and lactation bodywork for mothers. She also helps with aiding and rehabilitating clients here in Fayetteville.
“From one veteran to another, I want to be that person to make them feel comfortable and be open to come to me for help with their injuries, discomfort and stress of rehabilitating back into the work force. Because I’ve been in their shoes in one way or another, and didn’t have knowledge of what resources that were and were not available to me as a disabled veteran myself”.