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New Dallas wellness studio soothes aches and pains with CBD oil massages

Dallas wellness studio soothes aches and pains with CBD oil massages

Dynamic Sports Medicine, massage
Sound wave technology is used in some treatments. Photo courtesy of Dynamic Sports Medicine

A new luxury sports medicine studio will massage away clients' aches and pains with a good CBD-oil rubdown and other innovative treatments. Dynamic Sports Medicine, a wellness center from husband-and-wife Drs. Brian and Jinna Mann, has opened at 13617 Inwood Rd., Ste. 210, to offer the latest in cutting-edge "recovery," including the trendy, cannabis oil.

For those still fuzzy on the headline-grabbing substance, CBD — short for cannabidiol — is a naturally occurring compound in hemp. Hemp and marijuana come from the same plant, but, whereas hemp is high in CBD, which has anti-inflammatory properties, marijuana is higher in tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, which elicits feelings of euphoria. CBD is combined with an oil such as coconut or hemp oil for use in things like massages.

CBD does not get you high, but fans — like the founders of the new North Dallas studio — swear by its powers to relax and soothe just about anyone.

“CBD massages are one small part of the abundant and unique treatments offered — we have access to some of the most innovative tools and treatments in the country, which helps us treat every client like a professional athlete,” Brian Mann says.

You can't just walk in for a CBD massage, though. New clients would need to do a full history and examination with one of the providers first, the owners say.

In addition to CBD massages, the studio offers a new age-y treatment called "Myo Acoustic Compression Therapy," incorporating a machine that uses sound wave therapy to go where massaging hands can't reach. "The sound waves penetrate deep and treat areas that experienced any trauma or inflammation," they explain.

Also on the treatment menu: cupping, sports acupuncture, recovery boots, chiropractic services, taping, and more.

“From some of Dallas’ top fitness instructors to Fortune 500 executives who spend 90 percent of the year on the road, our trainers are able to customize plans that treat the full range of physical ailments,” the Manns say in the release. "From spinning to Pilates to HIIT classes, everyone needs to recover in an effort to achieve wellness goals. Clients are able to recover just as professional athletes do."

Dynamic Sports Medicine was founded in 2016 by a Doctor of Chiropractic, and there are two locations in Austin. According to their website, the center treats a variety of sports injuries, from neck to ankles. A DSM "wall of fame" on their website includes Olympic swimmers, NFL players, track-and-field athletes, and more.

They also offer specialized evaluation and treatment for youth athletes.

The new studio, near the Galleria, is the company's first location in Dallas. Hours are 8 am to 6 pm Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday; 7 am to 2 pm Wednesday and Friday; closed Saturday and Sunday. 

For more information about services and online scheduling, visit their website.