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1879 Rochester St.

Lima, NY 14485 United States

(585) 582-1866

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Crossroads Chiropractic Massage Center

 We at Crossroads Chiropractic would like to welcome locally owned business BodyWork Kneaded onto our team. Massage therapist and owner Pamela Scully has been serving the Honeoye Falls community for the past several years and is now expanding her services to the Lima community. Pamela will now also be treating clients at the Crossroads Chiropractic office to add to the convenience for our patients looking for a therapist. 

At Crossroads Chiropractic, we take great pride in our approach to addressing health conditions, disease prevention, athletic performance, and improving one's overall level of well-being through a variety of NATURAL channels. Many of today's common ailments are treated traditionally with only a large focus on the "symptoms" and not the root cause of pain, poor health, biomechanical dysfunctions, IBS, etc.

Let us help you, through an integrative approach, to get to the "root" of your complaints and give you the tools to live a healthier, pain-free, and fulfilled life!

The massage center at Crossroads Chiropractic was founded around the need to provide the therapeutic aspects and significant health benefits of massage therapy to our patients. There are many reasons therapeutic massage is now recognized as one of the leading services in the health and wellness field, and with a single visit to our experienced therapist we think you'll understand how effective this treatment method can be. 

By utilizing therapeutic techniques such as deep tissue, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, and sports massage, our therapists are able to treat everything from a simple neck ache to more complex traumatic injuries such as complex athletic or auto injuries. In addition, our therapist may recommend Chiropractic care, functional medicine, acupuncture, therapeutic exercise programs and nutritional management, when needed, in an effort to provide a full well-rounded treatment plan to each patient.

Therapeutic Massage is an excellent method for improving overall health and musculoskeletal efficiency. Massage has a number of beneficial effects on the body and the mind including:

  • Removal of toxins
  • Improving circulation
  • Increased flexibility
  • Alleviating muscle spasms
  • Treatment of soft tissue injuries
  • Reducing the overall recovery time in injuries
  • Improved balance
  • Improving posture

Therapeutic Massage has proven to assist in the healing of a large number of conditions including traumatic injuries or even chronic pain and tension brought on by everyday stresses. Therapeutic massage has also been shown to improve surgery recovery, improve sports performance and reduce athletic injuries. 

For the soon to be mothers out there, our therapists also specialize in massage for pregnancy which has been shown to have several therapeutic benefits above and beyond just relieving simple aches and pains!

Meet Our Massage Therapists

Pamela Scully, LMT 

Pamela Scully, LMT is a licensed massage therapist and received her degree from the New York Institute of Massage in Buffalo, NY in 2001.  In 2013, she completed training in myofascial release at the Onondaga School of Therapeutic Massage.  Ms, Scully is the owner of Bodywork Kneaded. She offers several different types of massage including: deep tissue, trigger point therapy, Swedish, sports and passive stretching. Ms. Scully works with the Rochester women’s rugby team, The Renegades, as their massage therapist.

Call Pam at 585-802-2405 to schedule an appointment with her today!

Please fill out the following forms before your treatment

Client Intake Form

Client Consent Form

To learn more about Bodywork Kneaded check out their website at

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule


9:00 am-6:00 pm


2:30 pm-5:30 pm


9:00 am-6:00 pm


2:30 pm-5:30 pm


8:00 am-5:00 pm


9:00 am-11:00 am



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