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     These hands have been practicing massage for many years, long before they became licensed. As a child I would rub shoulders and feet purely as a form of affection. Later it occurred to me that I could make a living doing just what I had been doing as a child, showing my concern through my hands.

     I attended The Relax Station School of Massage during the summer of 2007, the summer between my Junior and Senior year of high school. After graduating high school I took the state licensure test and began working for a local spa. In my spare time I began working with clients seeking rehabilitative or 'medical' massage.

     One female client had received back surgery, involving rods and pins to be placed into her lower and mid back. Over a period of weeks I worked with her one to two sessions per week focusing on restoring flexibility and functionality to her spine and the surrounding musculature. After nearly two to three months of rehabilitative massage therapy, Mary* returned to her doctor. Her doctor was thoroughly surprised; he remarked that her healing had advanced well beyond the point Mary was expected to have reached at this juncture in her recovery. Her scar tissue was minimal and Mary was moving with relatively little pain or struggle. Since then Mary has been able to be relatively active with no further back pain or spinal issues, crediting her fast recovery to regular, targeted massage therapy.

     Since working with Mary, I've been fortunate enough to help many more clients as I advanced my skills through continuing education and self-taught education courses. In 2009, I received my Esthetician's license, followed by my certification as a Medical Massage Practitioner in 2010. I've worked in almost every type of establishment that offers massage therapy or facials since then, everything from high end spas, to consulting, freelancing to franchise massage clinics. 

     I consider myself a workaholic and it's easy to be a workaholic when you love the work you do. There is nothing more satisfying than knowing you are making a difference in the lives of your clients. Whether you seek therapeutic massage therapy or something "prescription-strength", I hope you will give me the opportunity to share my passion and training with you.

Rebecca Wood

Owner - Licensed Therapist,

Medical Massage Practitioner (MMP),


Prescribed Massage

*To protect the privacy of my client, the real name and other identifying details have been altered or omitted. 


"Rebecca is a very good therapist. She gave me my very first ever Lymphatic drainage massage (a 2 hour session).  The next time I opted for a 1 hour Swedish massage.  It was equally as good.  She takes time to explain what she sees your body needing and what she is doing to make you healthier and also to help you relax.  I would recommend her to anyone looking for a reliable therapist that does an excellent job."

-Karen C. 

Huffman, TX

August 1st, 2017

"I am so happy I found Prescribed Massage. I was seeking a professional massage therapist to do my lymphatic massages and Rebecca has been amazing. She is proficient in her craft, very knowledgeable and professional. She was able to teach me some healthy natural options to do to help my body heal and things I can apply to my everyday routine. I love her and I'm so happy I have a professional massage therapist." 


-Vernetta H.

Houston, TX

July 25th, 2017


Frequently Asked Questions


Does Prescribed Massage only take appointments or are walk-ins accepted?


In order to keep costs low, all services offered by Prescribed Massage require an appointment, especially Medical Massage services; walk-ins are not accepted. However, appointments can be scheduled for the same day subject to availability. To schedule same day appointments, please call or text 281-389-8303. For appointments scheduled a least 24 hours in advance, appointments may be scheduled by phone or appointment requests can be made through email by visiting the contact section of the site. Please keep in mind that appointments requested via email may take 5-7 business days to be addressed. For the most immediate response, phone calls or texts are best.


What is your Cancellation Policy?


All appointments require at least 24 hours notice to cancel without incurring a cancelation fee. The cancelation fee will be no less than 50% of the service cost but no more than the full cost of the service. If the appointment is being paid for with a gift certificate or other prepaid voucher such as a Groupon, failure to give atleast 24 hours notice of cancelation will render the gift certificate or prepaid voucher void.


Where is the business located? What about parking?


Prescribed Massage is located in the northeast area of Houston in Kingwood, Texas. From downtown Houston, take Highway 59 North and exit Kingwood Drive. Follow Kingwood Drive east and turn right on North Main (the first possible right turn after Fudd Rucker's on Kingwood Drive). If you miss this turn, proceed to the intersection and turn right on West Lake Houston Parkway. Shortly past the Chase Bank and the Burger King turn right onto Town Center Place. On the left is Town Center Park and the street to the right directly across from the park is North Main St. Be advised, community events regularly take place in Town Center Park; on dates such events occur Town Center Place becomes barricaded to through traffic. In this event, traffic will often be rerouted, forcing cars to turn right at Burger King from Town Center Place to reach businesses on North Main St. There is limited parking along North Main with additional parking behind the building and along the street closest to Town Center Park. (See diagram below).

Prescribed Massage has a small 2nd floor office space located within the same building as AG Hair Design in the Town Center Shopping Center close to Fudd Rucker's and McDonald's. To reach the office, enter through the lobby of AG Hair Design and proceed to the staircase located at the back of the salon. At the top of the stairs to the left is a small waiting area for Prescribed Massage clients. The office space itself is just past the waiting area at the end of the hall. 



My Doctor recommended I get Lymphatic Drainage Massage. Why does Prescribed Massage offer much longer sessions as compared with other service providers?

Prescribed Massage recommends clients have full body Lymphatic drainage rather than treatments that only focus on a single body region for the best results. Treatments of 30 minutes or 60 minutes in length are just not long enough to deeply cleanse the body properly. It takes many more sessions to reach optimum results with small 'spot' sessions than with full body sessions. Often times other providers only perform these short sessions because of a specific profit-model or because the provider only will be reimbursed by medical insurance companies up to a certain amount, making these providers unwilling to risk not being paid for services rendered. Prescribed Massage puts clients first.


Rebecca Wood

Prescribed Massage

19 N. Main St. (2nd Floor)

Kingwood, TX 77339

Tel: 281 - 389 - 8303



Rebecca Wood

Prescribed Massage

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