Ortho Touch Therapy, LLC was formed in 2012 by orthopedic massage therapist Stephanie “Nina” Martinez.
We emphasize patient-centered care and collaboration with the medical community to build a bridge between alternative and medical professionals. Current affiliations include: HealthSource of Clayton.
We have four massage therapists available six days per week, treating every age group and every ability level from paraplegic to competitive athletes.
Our Massage Therapists
Stephanie “Nina” Martinez, LMT, Reiki Master, Owner
Stephanie studied at Lakeside School of Massage Therapy in 2002-2003. The curriculum included a strong clinical background in seven types of Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork. She received training by Medical Professionals, Body workers, and a Shiatsu Therapist. Stephanie completed the National Certification Board exam in 2003. She has accrued over 60 hours of Continuing Education. She became a Professional Member of Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals (ABMP) in 2004. Stephanie is a trusted business owner and receives referrals from local medical and fitness professionals regularly. [Level III]Book With Stephanie
Dani Glassman, LMT, MSW, RYT
Dani has been a massage therapist for over 17 years. She has studied various bodywork techniques such as Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point and Neuromuscular Therapy, Sports Massage, Swedish and Prenatal Massage. She is a certified Infant Massage Instructor and has taught classes and private sessions to infant caregivers. Dani is also a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-200). She has taught group classes and private sessions for over 3 years. She completed an 85-hour Prenatal Yoga Teacher certification and teaches prenatal yoga classes. Her Master’s in Social Work has provided her with experience in counseling and mindfulness techniques.
Dani is committed to promoting wellness and balance of body, mind and spirit. She believes that massage therapy is a powerful, non-invasive therapy. Therapy that can help relieve soft tissue pain, muscle tension and soreness. Massage therapy can also improve circulation, range of motion and free up restrictions in the body. She focuses on tailoring unique treatment plans based on each individual’s specific needs. This personalized plan includes both the proper massage techniques as well as education about self-care and other holistic modalities. These all combine to improve one’s overall well-being. [Level II]Book With Dani
Nancy Holmes, LMT
Nancy has been providing massage therapy services for more than 15 years and received her massage training at Kaleidoscope. She specializes in deep tissue massage, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, sports massage, traditional Swedish massage and relaxation massage. She also has experience working with children and teenagers, as well as the elderly. Her therapy address issues such as fibromyalgia, sports injuries, muscle tension and overall balance and stress relief. Nancy also utilizes hot and/or ice packs during the therapy session to reduce swelling, improve circulation, and reduce pain. Her goal is not only to provide immediate relief but also to prevent the recurrence of injury or other muscular/structural pain patterns. [Level II]Book With Nancy
Kelly Cuellar, Administrative Assistant