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Oasis Massage Salon Reviews
My husband and I went to Oasis for a one hour full body massage each for $50.00. I was told that I had to tip a minimum of $10.00 per massage. The total amount was $120.00. I was taken into a seperate froom from my husband for my massage. The female massage therapist focused primarily on the neck, shoulders and upper back throughout most of the massage. At one point I did inform the masseuse that the pressure did hurt. At that point the pressure was lessened, but not by much. At the end of the massage I was more sore then before and did not feel as though I was relaxed or had received a massage. My husband had the same complaint as though he had not had a massage to relieve his shoulder and back pain.
As the night progressed, my back and neck pain increased. I was unable to sleep due to the pain. In the morning, I could not move my neck without pain shooting down my spine. I told my husband about the pain, and said that if it did not lessen I would need to get my neck checked because I would not be able to work.
When taking a shower, I could not face bakward because the water pressure on my neck and spine was too painful. It sent a shooting pain from neck to bottom of the spine that was excruciating. I called my insurance to let them know I was going to be going to the ER and asked which were in network. I then used my Uber app for a cab ride to Memorial City Hermann Hospital. Next I called my husband to let him know I was on the way to the hospital. He said to keep him posted. During the cab ride every bump was felt and I could not sit with my back against the car seat.
Once in the ER, I was taken back quickly and given a room. The nurse checked my vitals and said the doctor would be in shortly. The doctor came in and checked the neck and spine. He was immediately concerned how sensitive the neck and spine were to the touch and pressure. He said I need to have my husband come to the hospital because he was going to order a CT scan and the medicine they were going to give caused sleepiness and would not release me to a cab.
The doctor than ordered a neck brace to keep the neck stable. He was concerned that there may have been a fracture from the massage. The CT scan did not show a fracture, but was told to follow up with a neurologist to see what could be done to determine the extent of my injury. I was diagnosed with a cervical sprain. I am currently scheduled to see a neurologist later in March.