BodyWorks & Laser Clinic, LLC is a wellness and rehabilitative center in Howard, Wisconsin.  They are focused on providing multiple forms of bodywork to assist patient or clients with achieving their individual goals of functioning better, feeling better, as well as looking better. They are dedicated to providing quality care to relieve acute or chronic pain and inflammatory issues by customizing applications of therapeutic massage and cryotherapy treatments to meet each individual’s wellness needs.  They also offer Zerona z6 Laser Therapy to assist those with goals of shedding stubborn inches of fat by helping patients and clients look and feel better through their clinically proven, FDA approved laser protocols.

BodyWorks & Laser Clinic director, Melanie A. Styczynski, LMT, BCTMB, CLT has been a medical/rehabilitative massage therapist and bodyworker in Howard over the past 10 years.  She will continue to provide rehabilitative services such as Neuromuscular Therapy, Cranial Release, Myofascial Release, and Lymphatic Drainage. Prior to BodyWorks & Laser Clinic, Melanie has been a part of the Healthcare team at the Howard Chiropractic Clinic for the past 23 years.

“I’m really proud of the services the new clinic has to offer. Not only are we happy to continue to provide therapeutic/medical massage but we are delighted to offer our clients a non-invasive, painless, body-contouring option with impressive, proven results.  The Zerona z6 is the future of body contouring without surgery. It has been approved by the FDA as being a safe and effective treatment for circumferential reduction of the waist, hips, thighs, and arms. Clients can continue their daily routines immediately following a Zerona laser treatment, and there is no down-time, pain, or negative side effects associated whatsoever.  For best results, we recommend 8 laser treatments, one 40 minute session approximately every other day over the course of two and a half weeks, at which time remarkable results are noticed. And last, but not least, we are really excited to announce that we will be providing Cryotherapy. Whole Body Cryotherapy (WBC) uses freezing temperatures to desensitize irritated nerves to reduce aches and pains. Your body is exposed to temperatures ranging from -166 to -202 Fahrenheit for 1-3 minutes. During that session, the body’s exposure to the cold results in vasoconstriction which decreases excessive inflammation through the body. Throughout the session, freezing cold temperatures stimulate cold receptors in the body initiating vasoconstriction as well as increasing the production of endorphins (hormones released in the brain and nervous system that reduce pain and discomfort).  When you leave the chamber, your blood is vigorously pumped through the body, enhancing the oxygen supply and reducing the level of toxins in your blood. This practice was first utilized in Japan in 1979 as a successful treatment for rheumatoid arthritis.  Studies conducted over the past two decades in Europe have established WBC as a powerful treatment for many inflammatory disorders and injuries.  Professional athletes have also started to use WBC to aid in the reduction of recovery time after train and enhance athletic performance.”

“The goal of the Bodyworks & Laser Clinic is to help patients and clients feel better, function better, as well as look better.   As your professional therapist, it is my goal to assist you in reaching your wellness and fitness goals by providing individualized care, therapeutic expertise, professionalism, and a personal touch that always puts your health and well-being first.”

The BodyWorks & Laser Clinic, LLC is located at 721 Cardinal Lane in Howard in the lower level of the Howard Chiropractic Clinic building.
You are invited to stop in and check out this new facility at their Open House on Wednesday, August 16th, between 5:30-8:00 p.m. There will be a laser presentation at 6:00 p.m, with a laser demonstration at 6:30 p.m.

For more information about BodyWorks & Laser Clinic, LLC you can visit their website www.bodyworkslaserclinic.com or call (920) 234-5000.