Care Right Inc., Spa Massage on the Go Partner to Help Seniors in Southeastern Wisconsin

March 22, 2016

Brookfield, Wis. – Two local businesses, both women-owned operations focusing on the health and well-being of older adults, have formed a strategic alliance to proactively benefit seniors in southeastern Wisconsin.

Care Right Inc., Brookfield, which helps families with the health and housing needs of older adults, is partnering with Spa Massage on the Go, Bay View, to deliver on-site therapeutic massage to seniors in their homes, apartments, hospital beds or nursing homes. The alliance offers a new level of convenient comfort and relief for older adults.

“Massage therapy can be wonderfully beneficial to seniors suffering from a great number of ailments,” said Annalee Kruger, owner of Care Right Inc. “Our company works daily with families to plan and provide for their older loved ones. Being able to offer this gentle, non-invasive treatment is another way to ensure that every aspect of their needs is met.”

“Flexibility” is the motto of the licensed massage therapists at Spa Massage on the Go. They travel to where seniors live, and adapt to their level of mobility. Clients can be treated in a wheelchair or hospital bed if they cannot move onto a massage table or massage chair.

Massage therapy can provide relief for a plethora of health conditions that commonly afflict seniors: strokes, joint replacements, diabetes, arthritis, surgery recovery, cancer, terminal illness and general discomfort.

“We adapt our treatment techniques to each patient, to target areas of specific need that they and their health care providers identify,” said Jessica Dragan, owner of Spa Massage on the Go. “Our partnership with Care Right Inc. will allow us to treat many more seniors and, best of all, do so in an environment where they are comfortable and cared for.”

Care Right Inc. helps families make proactive care decisions about their aging loved ones, especially planning for future housing and health care needs. The firm also focuses on supporting family caregivers, who often suffer from burnout and their own health issues. A free 30-minute consultation is the first step. Details are available at or by calling (262) 765-5012.

Spa Massage on the Go travels throughout the metropolitan Milwaukee area to provide massage therapy in homes and health facilities, and at business events and meetings. The firm is certified as a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business, and an Economically Disadvantaged Woman Owned Small Business. More information is available at or by calling (414) 736-8877.

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