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Appointments with Dr. Mally

Orthopedic Massage for musculoskeletal problems including Plantar Fasciitis, Achilles Tendonitis, “Shin Splints,” Knee Pain, IT Band Tightness, Sciatic Pain, Low Back Pain, Neck Pain, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Frozen Shoulder, Tennis Elbow, Golfer’s Elbow, and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

California Massage Therapy Council certificate #9886
City of Roseville Massage Business Permit #07-1613
Massage Therapy Hall of Fame

COVID-19 Information

Proper sanitation and hygiene have always been a priority in my practice. I am taking additional measures to provide therapeutic massage for you in a safe environment.

In between treatments, I sanitize surfaces in the treatment room and waiting room. I have a HEPA air filter running in the treatment room and can open a window when the weather permits.

I am doing everything I can for your safety and mine. Please help my other clients and me by not coming in for treatment if any of the following apply:

    • You have had a fever in the last 24 hours of 100 degrees F or above.
    • If you have or recently had respiratory or flu symptoms (including fever, chills, sore throat, cough, muscle aches, or shortness of breath)
    • If you have been in contact with anyone in the last 14 days who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 or has coronavirus-type symptoms.

There is no charge for canceling your appointment for one of those reasons.

About my Practice

I bring to the table over 48 years of experience doing massage and 45 years of teaching massage. I graduated from a 1000-hour massage therapy course at Lindsey Hopkins in Miami in 1976 and from Bastyr University in Seattle as a Naturopathic Doctor in 1984.

I owned and directed a state-approved massage school, Healing Arts Institute, from 1990 to 2011. I ran the school so that I could have a venue to teach, and so I could bring in great teachers that I wanted to learn from. I have produced videos (now DVDs) on Deep Tissue Massage, Sports Massage, Swedish Massage, Side Lying Massage, and Massage Cupping that are sold and used in massage schools worldwide. I also have the DVDs online in the Massage Technique Library at

Since selling my school, I have had more time to travel and teach advanced massage workshops in schools around the US, Canada, and Australia. My workshop schedule is at

In my practice, I use techniques from Deep Tissue, Sports Massage, and Orthopedic Massage to help clients with chronic pain. Orthopedic Massage works with the muscles and connective tissue to bring balance to the body, relieving joint stresses that can cause dysfunction and chronic pain. The goal is to help give you a greater pain-free range of motion.

I also offer a teaching practice in which massage therapists bring in their clients, and we work on them together.

Please note that although I am trained as a Naturopathic Doctor, I practice as a massage therapist. If you need help with a medical condition, I can refer you to a licensed Naturopathic Doctor in the area.

For your First Appointment

    • Please print and fill out this form and bring it with you:

Client Intake Form

    • Please bring any relevant X-rays, MRIs, and/or radiology reports
    • Also, please bring shorts and a sports bra or swimsuit top for women since we may be doing some movement and stretching.

Scheduling an Appointment

I see clients from Monday through Friday from 9 am – 6 pm. You may schedule a bodywork appointment with me by calling 916-847-9304.

Hands on Healing

112 Douglas Blvd.
Roseville, CA 95678

Directions from Sacramento:

Take I-80 East to the Auburn Blvd./Riverside exit (exit 102). Stay in the left lane at the exit so that you go around the cloverleaf and go north on Riverside. Stay on Riverside for one mile until it ends, then turn right on Douglas. 112 Douglas is a one-story house on the right side of the street.

Directions from Rocklin and points East:

Take I-80 West to the Douglas Blvd. exit (exit 104). Turn right on Douglas and go 1 mile. 112 Douglas is a one-story house on the left just before Douglas ends at Riverside and Vernon Streets.

Feel free to park behind the house. The signs about towing are for people that are not our clients.


About 1 and 1/2 years ago, I performed a set of heavy one-armed kettlebell presses without warming up properly. A dumb thing to do, I must admit. I tore my right rotator cuff in two areas–the supraspinatus and infraspinatus. Both were grade-two tears and took a long time to heal. Unfortunately, once they did heal, I still could not enjoy my normal workouts because of pain and weakness. Fortunately, Dr. Mally was able to work on me and helped me obtain a full recovery.

Any movement involving force or weight-bearing hurt. Evidently, I had a lot of scar tissue at the sites of healing. Dr. Mally did several sessions, using his multi-directional eccentric contraction therapy. He explained to me that this broke down scar tissue that had formed improperly and allowed the creation of more functional tissue, and he was correct. I could feel myself getting stronger and moving in less pain after each session. After about 7 sessions, I was able to perform exercises that were not possible for me to do before therapy because of the pain involved.

I highly recommend Dr. Mally’s work–he has a deep knowledge of orthopedic therapy and a dedication to healing. I had met over the years many people he had helped, which is why I sought him out for my own therapy.

Steve Phillips, M.A., L.Ac. (licensed acupuncturist)

I have been suffering with a diagnosed heel spur for 6 months. It has been difficult walking, which I try to do 2-5 miles a day. After about 1 mile, my heel would begin to burn, even after using different heel cushions and shoe inserts. Daily stretches and ankle exercises reduced the discomfort somewhat I had seen massage therapists, a chiropractor, a podiatrist and also had acupuncture for the pain. After one treatment from Dr. Mally I was able to walk 3 miles that afternoon with no pain. The pain has lessened overall and I am thrilled to be able to walk each day without the concern of pain.

Lynn Evertz R.N.
Massage Therapist


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Use these websites to find a Naturopathic Doctor in your area:

California Naturopathic Doctors Association

American Association of Naturopathic Physicians

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