Amber Davies is a certified myofascial trigger point therapist, KY licensed massage therapist, and owner of New Day Myopain Center in Louisville, Kentucky. Amber completely revised The Trigger Point Therapy Workbook (3rd edition) written by her father Clair Davies. This new edition was published by New Harbinger Publications in 2013. The journey from pain sufferer to therapist started for Amber in the summer of 1991 when she injured her back in summer stock theatre. After years of pain her father, Clair, helped to solve her chronic low back pain during his early explorations of Janet Travell and David Simons’ landmark medical textbooks on trigger point therapy. While attempting to raise two willful young daughters, Amber is dedicated to helping bring treatment of myofascial pain into the mainstream. In addition to treating client/patients, Amber teaches continuing education for therapists and self-treatment to folks in pain.
Lynne has a deep desire and passion to help alleviate the pain she sees in so many. She feels she was led into a career in massage therapy to bring holistic healing to the body, soul and sprit of others.
Throughout her massage career, Lynne has learned that no two sessions are alike. Everyone has their own set of life experiences and a unique relationship to their body which deeply affects their personal massage style preferences and needs. This understanding has enabled Lynne to utilize her training and extensive life experiences to tailor each massage session to the needs of her clients.
She loves to provide a treatment oriented, safe, healing and nurturing bodywork session, blending many different modalities, including (but not limited to) trigger point therapy, myofascial release , deep tissue massage, various stretching modalities, and Swedish massage.
Lynne graduated from The Louisville School of Massage in 2000, obtaining certification through the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork shortly thereafter. She has completed many additional hours in continuing education and has worked closely with a chiropractor for 13 years. In the summer of 2013, Lynne began working in the New Day Myopain Center.
If not spending time with her family and friends, you will find Lynne enjoying gardening, photography, hiking, her new found passion for crocheting, involvement with humanitarian outreaches, and continuing to learn.
Terri Surrell brings years of experience in management, office administration and project development to our team. She attended North Arkansas Community College where she studied Business Administration. She has also studied Accounting and Marketing.
Three years ago Terri decided it was time for a change of pace and a leap of faith so she moved to Louisville where she has family, with her grown son Matthew. She also has a daughter, Kaycie, who is currently living in Springfield, Missouri. Prior to that, Terri spent seven years with a software company which developed multiple programs specific to Special Education for use in school districts. During her time with this company as a Project Manager, Terri was responsible for developing the implementation process for the entire state of Oklahoma, implementing over 400 school districts and providing ongoing training and customer service. When she left the company in 2010, her territory included Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Nevada, Oklahoma, Ohio and Puerto Rico.
Terri’s organizational skills, stellar customer service and attention to detail are exactly what we needed to continue growing our clinic. You might say she is the glue that holds it all together! Terri’s hobbies include yoga, Pilates, gardening, decorating and most recently essential oils and aromatherapy. She is passionate about self-treatment as a chronic pain sufferer for over 20 years. Ask her to tell you about her success with trigger point therapy.