Taylor Doxsee, LMT, CPT

Massage Therapist/Functional Exercise/Range-of-Motion located in Manchester, NH

About Taylor Doxsee LMT, CPT

Taylor received his education from the North Eastern Institute of Whole Health of Manchester, NH. In addition, he graduated from the National Personal Training Institute of Orlando, FL in 2013. He incorporates corrective exercise, functional movement screens (FMS), range of motion, stretching, and nutritional guidance to aid in sustaining patients’ treatment. 

Taylor has worked with a vast array of populations, disorders, and injuries such as Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy, Lyme Disease, Rheumatoid Arthritis, PTSD, Traumatic Brain Injuries, Post-Operative, car accidents, TMJ, sports injuries, the elderly, and many other chronic and acute conditions. Taylor’s hands-on approach enhances the patient’s range-of-motion, flexibility, and provides pain relief. His experience as an athlete, personal trainer, massage therapist, and functional and rehab exercise therapist has helped hundreds in the New Hampshire and Massachusetts area. 

Taylor is trained in a multi-faceted approach to massage such as Swedish, sports massage, deep tissue, pre/post-natal, GM, lymphatic, chair, Shiatsu, Reflexology, and trigger point. He also specializes in Functional Development Massage, which has shown to connect the relationship between both the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system thus strengthening the efficiency of each system through specific treatment stimuli. The importance of strengthening the direct link between the two nervous systems enhances the ability of vital functions that our body performs each and every day. 

Taylor enjoys spending time with family and friends and likes skiing, golf, downhill mountain biking, music, and fishing. 

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Taylor received his education from the North Eastern Institute of Whole Health of Manchester, NH. In addition, he graduated from the National Personal Training Institute of Orlando, FL in 2013. He incorporates corrective exercise, functional movement screens (FMS), range of motion, stretching, and nutritional guidance to aid in sustaining patients’ treatment. 

Taylor has worked with a vast array of populations, disorders, and injuries such as Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy, Lyme Disease, Rheumatoid Arthritis, PTSD, Traumatic Brain Injuries, Post-Operative, car accidents, TMJ, sports injuries, the elderly, and many other chronic and acute conditions. Taylor’s hands-on approach enhances the patient’s range-of-motion, flexibility, and provides pain relief. His experience as an athlete, personal trainer, massage therapist, and functional and rehab exercise therapist has helped hundreds in the New Hampshire and Massachusetts area. 

Taylor is trained in a multi-faceted approach to massage such as Swedish, sports massage, deep tissue, pre/post-natal, GM, lymphatic, chair, Shiatsu, Reflexology, and trigger point. He also specializes in Functional Development Massage, which has shown to connect the relationship between both the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system thus strengthening the efficiency of each system through specific treatment stimuli. The importance of strengthening the direct link between the two nervous systems enhances the ability of vital functions that our body performs each and every day. 

Taylor enjoys spending time with family and friends and likes skiing, golf, downhill mountain biking, music, and fishing. 


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