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Restoration Therapy specializes treating a wide range of soft-tissue injuries using advanced orthopedic clinical assessment, treatment planning and massage techniques. With both a clinical and holistic mindset, Restoration aims to find the source of pain and dysfunction in each individual's situation.

Restoration Therapy's goal is not just to decrease pain, but to restore each patient's body to the highest functionality possible. Both acute and chronic injuries are treated, whether due to sports, overuse, surgery or chronic illness. This includes sprains, strains and nerve lesions, as well as symptoms resulting from concussions, central nervous system injuries and disorders, gastrointestinal disorders, and more. For a full list of injuries and illnesses treated at Restoration Therapy, see Conditions Treated. 



Dana Van Dyke  BA, LMT

Born and raised in West Michigan, I first began my journey to health through professional musical training as a pianist. After spending years with a re-occurring overuse injury, I discovered orthopedic therapeutic massage, which became a key player in my recovery. From this experience, I developed a deep appreciation of the intricacies of the body's natural healing process, and enrolled into the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy (CCMH) in Nova Scotia, Canada. 

At CCMH, a leading school in massage therapy education, I was trained in founded, orthopedic massage therapy practice.  Following specialized clinical assessment protocol, I learned to closely identify the source of each patient's pain and conduct treatment using a wide range of evidence-based techniques. With over 2240 hours of rigorous training in class, public clinic and community outreach, I have worked to refine therapeutic techniques to address a wide range of illnesses across a variety of settings.

With a commitment to continued education and professional, clinical care, I strive to provide you with the greatest level of care possible. When someone comes to me for assistance, I'm truly honored to be a part of their integrative healthcare plan and well-being. 


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* Please note: Restoration is opening late-July, 2024. Contact Restoration now to reserve your place for booking!

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