We offer Tui Na Medical Massage and Traditional Chinses Medicine Treatment With 30 years' experience in TCM. These TCM methods can help: Neck,shoulder, back, knee,muscle, joint pain, rheumatoid arthritis, bone hyperplasia, disc herniation, sciatic, muscle strain, synovitis, heavy moisture, excessive internal heat, Qi and blood deficiency, stomach Cold, dysmenorrhea, insomnia, constipation and so on.



Frequently Asked Questions

Pain Away of Philly accepts credit cards.
Pain Away of Philly has 4.4 stars.
Pain Away of Philly is open Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun.
Tui-Na is a traditional Chinese medical massage treatment that uses no oil and has been practiced for thousands of years in China. It goes beyond deep tissue massage in terms of depth and technique. Deep tissue massage primarily focuses on releasing muscle tension, while Tui-Na involves a deeper approach that targets specific points to balance energy flow.
The red marks left by cupping are not bruises; they result from the suction pulling blood into the area. Darker marks indicate more stagnant fluids like toxins, blood, and lymph being brought to the surface. These marks can last from a few days to weeks, depending on the individual's condition.
Office Syndrome is caused by poor posture, prolonged sitting, and repetitive movements. It can lead to physical and mental health issues such as neck and back pain, headaches, eye strain, fatigue, and even depression.
Pain Away of Philly is committed to cleanliness and safety. They use one-time-use sheets and cups, have air filtration and ventilation systems in place, conduct daily vacuuming and cleaning, and provide free hand sanitizers and masks.
A sauna can help relax and soften the muscles, making them more receptive to massage. The high temperature in the sauna can also aid in killing bacteria on the body.
Yes, Pain Away of Philly offers a free consultation for all customers seeking relief from pain and discomfort. This consultation helps identify the root cause of the issue, allowing the therapists to tailor treatments to individual needs.
Pain Away of Philly offers various wellness services, including acupuncture, massages, moxibustion, cupping, reflexology, gua-sha, and more. These services aim to address a range of physical discomforts and promote overall well-being.
Tui-Na Medical Massage is a traditional Chinese massage technique that involves specific hand movements, stretches, and acupressure to promote healing and balance in the body. It is offered at Pain Away of Philly along with other types of massages.
Moxibustion is a form of heat therapy where dried plant materials are burned near or on the skin. It is used to alleviate pain, aid digestion, address cold/flu symptoms, treat chronic pain, insomnia, and more.
Moving cupping involves applying cups to the body with lubricant and moving them along the skin. Wet cupping involves puncturing the skin slightly and drawing out blood during the suction process. Both methods have therapeutic benefits and are offered at Pain Away of Philly.
Reflexology with Chinese Medicine involves applying pressure to specific points on the feet or hands that correspond to various organs and systems in the body. It aims to bring relaxation, healing, and stress relief.
Thermo-Therapy involves applying Chinese medicine to acupuncture points on the body surface and then heating them. This allows localized absorption of the medicine through the skin, making treatments more direct and effective.

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Jacqueline Lara

August 19, 2023

Had an amazing experience at Pain Away Philly 😍 thank you to Cindy for her skills and patience with my tense neck and shoulders!! Thank you to the rest of the staff too. Great facility and customer service.

Sara Ray

August 10, 2023

A friend told me about Pain Away of Philly, so when I woke up a few times last night with nagging back pain, I made my first appointment. I have gotten many types of massages before but never Tui-Na – I am now a convert! Yo-Yo was skilled at finding my problem areas and working them thoroughly during our 60-minute session. She addressed problem spots I knew I had, and discovered ones I didn't know about! Tui-Na is absolutely not a relaxing massage and was at points uncomfortable, though "uncomfortable" in a way that was very clearly therapeutic and tension-releasing. Yo-Yo checked in with me about pressure and location when she could tell something was intense. My back felt immediately better after the massage and many other problem areas (e.g., chronically tight calves) feel like they received a good workout. I'll definitely be coming back!

Noah Berg

August 10, 2023

I’m writing a review because the masseuse really thought he was helping me. Before the massage I asked the receptionist and masseuse to be gentle on my left leg because I have sciatica. I said this in both English and Mandarin. They both assured me they understood. During the massage the masseuse put pressure on the back of my thigh. I felt a sharp pain so I clearly and loudly stated “no, that hurts stop.” The masseuse believed that he was working out a knot and pushed harder. This happened TWICE. He didn’t relent until another masseuse told him to stop. He aggravated an already inflamed nerve. Do not visit Pain Away of Philly. They cannot honor a simple and reasonable request of “stop, you are hurting me.”

M Davis

August 5, 2023

I never write negative reviews but I was so disappointed with my experience- I had really high hopes for this place & really wanted to like it! I booked a 1 hour massage which was listed as $80. I strained my neck on the left side and it's been bothering me for a week. I explained this to the front desk person when she asked & she said she would relay it to the masseuse. After the masseuse started (she didn't speak to me or check in before) it was clear she was focusing on the right side of my neck, not the left. I interrupted the massage twice to try to explain that it was the left side that was hurting but I think the language barrier kept her from understanding me. Also, for the first half of the massage she rubbed my body over the sheets which was uncomfortable. Her technique was good and after she started massaging on my skin rather than under the sheets it felt better but it didn't make a difference because she was not focusing on the part of my body that was in pain. I ended the massage with a tension headache from being pressed into the headrest too hard. She added on gua sha (without asking) and moxibustion. I asked multiple times what the moxibustion was because I've never had it before & was frustrated and had a headache at that point, but I don't think she understood me. The smoke made my headache worse. I didn't feel comfortable getting up and leaving because I was undressed and during the massage the privacy curtain was open and my masseuse was having conversations with her coworker. I was charged $140, plus a fee for using a card & the tipping options were 30, 35, or 40%. I normally always tip but I hadn't budgeted for almost double the cost I had booked for (!!) so I clicked no tip and then was pressured into tipping cash, which I did. To top it all off, I paid for 75 minutes of parking because I thought I was getting a 60 minute massage but since it went 90 minutes, I got a fat parking ticket! I'm really bummed out- I really wanted to like this place & everyone seemed really nice. There are worse things to blow money on but my neck still hurts just as much as before & I'm going to go take some tylenol for my tension headache :(

Markus Wanzek

August 5, 2023

Carter McCall

July 30, 2023

Kalev Käsper

July 28, 2023

Barbosa, Johanna

July 26, 2023

I sprained my ankle over the weekend and I couldn’t walk after. Pain Away took me right in and we had two sessions of acupuncture. The swelling has gone down a lot since! 😀

Lakshmi Vadlamudi

July 26, 2023

robert snyder

July 17, 2023

The deep tissue massage and cupping are just what I needed.