Randy Fruchter


Randy Fruchter

Randy is Licensed and Board Certified in Massage and Bodywork. He spent several years being mentored by a Board Certified Anesthesiologist who learned directly from Janet G. Travell, the leading medical pioneer in the field of myofascial pain and dysfunction caused by trigger points.

During this time Randy worked as the head of his department in a multidisciplinary pain and addiction clinic. He and the team treated some of the most difficult cases in southern California, helping patients get free from opioid dependency.

In 2017, Randy was featured in a front-page interview of the Wall Street Journal about how to turn Jigsaws into percussive massage devices. Shortly after the publication, the first at-home percussive massage devices became widely available to the public.

As a Myofascial Release specialist, Randy continues to help others resolve and manage their chronic pain. He is extremely skilled in identifying and treating trigger points. Patients compliment him for his personable attitude and extensive knowledgable. He really takes the time to answer questions and explain things in a way that is easy to understand.

In his free time, Randy enjoys many creative interests including art, music, gardening, and sewing backpacks. He loves a good laugh, long nature walks, and learning new things.

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