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Originally founded in 1986, Custom Craftworks supports the vital work of professional manual therapists and educators in the massage therapy and holistic health fields by designing, building and sourcing the best-quality massage tables, chairs, equipment and accessories available. In 2009, the company was acquired by Pivotal Health Solutions based in Watertown, South Dakota.
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Show Your Tables Some Love

posted by Custom Craftworks on September 13, 2019

First impressions matter. Clients pay attention to details, and upon first glance they will notice if your upholstery looks clean and well cared for, or if it appears tattered and stained and in disrepair.

Relieving Headaches with Massage Therapy

posted by Custom Craftworks on July 03, 2019

This blog was curated from the article, “Massage and Headache Relief” published by The Massage Therapy Journal on April 24, 2018. The original article can be found here.

Is a Stationary Massage Table Right for You?

posted by Custom Craftworks on May 28, 2019

Custom Craftworks offers three main types of massage tables: portable, electric and stationary. They may seem self-explanatory, but there are many important factors for each type of table that you need to consider before choosing which one is right for you and your style of business. In this blog, we explore stationary tables and the benefits they offer.

Massage can help relieve allergy symptoms

posted by Custom Craftworks on May 07, 2019

Massage is the ideal complementary therapy for symptoms of allergies. Many people suffer from some form of allergies, and massage therapy is a good way to alleviate your clients' symptoms, and their body benefits in other ways, too!

Fluid Motion Soft Tissue Tools For Your Massage Practice

posted by Custom Craftworks on April 25, 2019


Our FMST (Fluid Motion Soft Tissue) Tools are used to effectively and gently manipulate tissue over all surfaces of the body, reduce scarring, control pain and improve joint and muscle flexibility. They were thoughtfully designed to be efficient and effective at the same time. Here are a few of the top features:

Why Massage and Chiropractic Can Be Better Together

posted by Custom Craftworks on April 02, 2019

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Most people know the benefits of chiropractic care, as well as the relaxing effects of massage therapy. But did you know that getting both regular massages and routine chiropractic adjustments can enhance your overall wellness?

Benefits of Cranial Sacral Therapy

posted by Custom Craftworks on March 04, 2019

Overview

Cranial sacral therapy (CST) is sometimes also referred to as craniosacral therapy. It’s a type of bodywork that relieves compression in the bones of the head, sacrum (a triangular bone in the lower back), and spinal column.

Choosing the Best Face Rest

posted by Custom Craftworks on January 11, 2019

Custom Craftworks offers numerous massage therapy accessories to help each practitioner extend his or her technique and upgrade the customer experience. Our face rests are no exception. We offer many face rests that are compatible with many of our tables.

What Custom Craftworks face rest is best for you?  

Why Choose Custom Craftworks?

posted by Custom Craftworks on January 07, 2019

Custom Craftworks has a long standing reputation for building thoughtfully constructed, long-lasting products. The company was acquired by Pivotal Health Solutions in 2009, but has actually been crafting high-quality massage tables since 1986. Custom Craftworks has proven to be one of the top brands for massage and spa equipment in the industry. We are constantly moving forward and improving, striving to deliver unmatched value to our customers in product, service and performance.

ADA Compliance: Information for Massage Therapists

posted by Custom Craftworks on November 26, 2018

In 1990, The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) came into law. The ADA is a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in all areas open to the general public, including jobs, schools, transportation and public and private places.1