Massage & Bodywork Therapy
and Continuing Education
Better health, well-being and knowledge through massage
and bodywork pain-relief therapies, movement training programs, and continuing education courses.
Master Myoskeletal Therapist | Better Body Dynamics
Better Body Dynamics is the ‘go-to’ company for quality therapeutic massage bodywork and professional continuing education. Clinton is the owner of Better Body Dynamics. His passion is working one-on-one with clients and helping them become more efficient and pain-free in their daily activities. As a Texas and nationally certified continuing education provider, Clinton offers continuing education on a multitude of massage and bodywork therapy topics.
(TX LMT #120223, LMI #3092, CPT #2722869, CE Provider #1857, NCBTMB #841927)
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Common Pain Points
The most common cause of back pain is due to muscular strains. The first goal for back pain is to have a level pelvis. Clinton can help.
One main cause of irritation of the sciatic nerve is the iliolumbar ligament. Don't wait to stop pain in its tracks.
One of the most common reasons for knee pain is a lack of movement in the ankle or hips. Learn how Clinton can help with this muscle imbalance.
Neck pain is a common complaint typically resulting from poor posture. Clinton is an expert at treating neck pain.
Most shoulder problems fall into four major categories: tendon inflammation, instability, arthritis or fractures. Schedule a pain assessment today.
Elbow pain is often caused by overuse or repetitive hand, wrist or arm movements. Tired of elbow pain? Let us help you.
Work With Me
To achieve prime massage and bodywork, Clinton works one-on-one with clients and helps them become more able and pain-free in their daily activities.
Equally important, Clinton provides continuing education to massage and bodywork therapists. This tailored education is through live workshop courses, which focus on pain-free movement techniques.
Are you experiencing chronic pain? Schedule your bodywork and movement training session today.