Steve Dozois

Changing Direction

Written by Roland J. Hamelin
Editors note- Worcester Fitness will be launching it's brand new Massage Therapy Department led by Steve Dozois on January 1, 2017.

 
What do you do when you are really good at something, extremely successful as a result and seen as someone with unlimited potential within your industry?
 
If you're Steve Dozois, you decide that you should be doing something completely different.
 
So you do it.

Worcester Fitness Massage Therapist Steve Dozois
Steve Dozois made a big transition in his life to become a successful Massage Therapist.

Looking for changes

Steve started his professional life by spending ten-years learning and mastering the highly competitive world of business-to-business sales as an account representative for a global office supply corporation. The harder Steve worked, the more successful he became.
 
But something was missing.
 
With the economic upheaval of late 2008 and 2009, the office supply industry (along with most others) hit a brick wall. Steve was adapting but the personal satisfaction was gone.
 
He knew it was time for a change...and a big one at that.
 
He looked for a way to transition away from sales goals and budgets and into a field that would allow him to help people feel better, be healthier and relieve stress.
 

Steve specializes in helping athletes and non-athletes alike get the most out of their muscles.

Time to reflect

Steve has been certified and licensed for Massage Therapy in Massachusetts since 2009 with a primary focus on overall health and wellness, and an interest in Sports Massage. After tearing his ACL in 2011, having surgery to reconstruct it, and subsequently going through physical therapy, he had a renewed interest in Sports Massage and massage for injury rehabilitation.
 
"I became a massage therapist  to help people enjoy day to day life more without worrying about injuries." says Steve,  Through my practice, I've dedicated myself to providing the best care for pain relief as well as overall health and wellness."
 

Sport Injury and Sports Recovery Research and Development
After tearing his ACL in 2011, Steve had a
renewed interest in Sports Massage and massage for injury rehabilitation.

Ergonomics

Deep Tissue and Sports Massage are Steve's specialties. His Goal- to help relieve you of every day aches and pains while working specific muscles for your athletic training so you experience improved performance and proper recovery.
 
"Aches and pains associated with working in today's offices has been a specialty of mine after spending eight years in the office interiors industry." says Steve, "I spent the majority of my time in the industry focusing on office ergonomics."
 
Steve states that his experience with office ergonomics gave him a unique understanding of how people work at their desk, how they SHOULD work at their desk, what their common complaints are, and how to address them.
 
Steve also works with many marathoners and triathletes in the area to help them reach their peak performance.

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