Anoka Massage & Pain Therapy
710 East River Road
Anoka, MN 55303

763-421-2807

Clinic Hours

Mon - Fri9:30am-8pm
Saturday10am-4pm


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Welcome to Anoka Massage & Pain Therapy

We have passion to go beyond wellness for our clients to live their very best lives.

We focus & deliver:

  • A total body wellness philosophy that is steeped in treating the whole person – body, mind and spirit.
  • A pain free life. Imagine being able to enjoy each day to its fullest.
  • Extraordinary level care, customized services, wellness practices and products.

Contact Anoka Massage & Pain Therapy today!

We help our patients suffering from pain due to:

Take the first step to your freedom from pain.

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