Pamela Davis has worked as a licensed massage therapist (LMT) in the Concord community since 2005. In this time, she assisted clients with a wide variety of needs including soft tissue injuries, MS, cerebral palsy, postural deviations, migraines, Lyme disease, chronic pain and more.
Pamela shared her passion for massage therapy with her students at Hesser College, where she worked for three years as a Massage Therapy Instructor. Teaching in the massage therapy program gave her the opportunity to inspire students to help people through massage. She has also taught at Mount Washington College in the Medical Assisting Department, and at The Laird Institute of Spa Therapy.
In addition, Pamela is a Certified Kinesio Taping Practioner (CKTP). She earned this certification through Dartmouth-Hitchcock in Lebanon, NH. She uses kinesio tape as a therapeutic tool to aid clients. Kinesio Tape can be left on the body for 3-5 days and allows for prolonged therapeutic effects.
Pamela has also taken continuing education classes on unraveling the mystery of cervical pain, unraveling the mystery of shoulder pain, shoulder girdle injuries, massage for autoimmune disorders, eastern modalities for chronic pain syndromes, pathologies and more. She holds a BS degree and most recently completed an MS in Health Education.