About Us

Table of contents:
Mission Statement      Our Rates
About the Company      Payment Information
Tammy's Bio      Appointment Policy
Our Policy      Cancellation Policy
Where we are located      In Summary
Hours of Operation     

Our Mission:

To establish a safe and comfortable atmosphere that promotes relaxation and quiet healing.

To guide you in your quest for total-body health, fitness and wellness and to provide you with the tools to get you there.

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Point of Origin NEUROMUSCULAR & SPORTS THERAPIES

Tammy M. Powers, BS, LMT, NMT, CPMT decided that she could best meet her clients needs by incorporating neuromuscular massage therapy with her sports medicine and physical therapy backgrounds. In 2001, Tammy founded Point of Origin NEUROMUSCULAR & SPORTS THERAPIES to provide just such an integrated approach to total-body fitness and wellness.

Since that time, Point of Origin has grown into a recognized name in the community of alternative health. Tammy continues to strive for excellence each day, to meet each client's individual needs, to find the Point of Origin of each ache, to locate the source of your pain.

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Tammy M. Powers, BS, LMT, NMT, Pre & Perinatal Therapist

Originally from Northwest Pennsylvania, Tammy M. Powers graduated from Penn State University with a Bachelors degree in Exercise and Sport Science. She has 11 years experience working as a Physical Therapist Technician and strength trainer. While at Penn State, she carried out and maintained strength training techniques for the 1986 National Champion Penn State football team. She also was an assistant student athletic trainer for the Penn State track and field and gymnastics teams. Tammy also was one of the program developers for the 1988 Special Olympics. After graduating, Tammy worked for a private out patient clinic in physical therapy where she developed a Work Hardening program to assist physical therapists in the rehabilitation of work related injuries. Then, in 1999, she attended New Life Institute School of Massage Excellence, and received certifications in Neuromuscular Therapy, Swedish and Deep Tissue Therapy, Sports Massage and Chair Massage.

Tammy has been an independent certified neuromuscular massage therapist and exercise specialist since January of 2000 and has been licensed in the state of Georgia since licensure became possible in 2007. She is the sole proprietor of Point of Origin NEUROMUSCULAR & SPORTS THERAPIES. In her practice, she focuses on personal wellness and fitness for individuals who desire maximum health benefits for everyday activities. Tammy unites Neuromuscular therapy, sports massage, and trigger point therapy with personal training and fitness to prevent injury, reduce stress, relieve pain and increase her client's overall health and well-being.

In February 2002, Tammy completed a "labor" intensive course in pregnancy massage and is now a nationally certified Pre & Perinatal Massage Therapist. Tammy is very excited to be expanding her practice in this direction. Pregnancy is a wonderful yet stressful time. First time mothers have no idea what to expect and first time partners don't know how to be supportive. Tammy enjoys being able to help by providing relaxation, pain relief and emotional support for mother's to be. She has already been asked by one of her pregnant moms to attend the birth of their child to help alleviate some of the pains and stressors associated with labor.

Tammy has worked with all types of people with all levels of physical fitness. She will help you achieve your desired total-body wellness by providing the tools you need to reach your goals. She is dedicated to your health, fitness and wellness.

Tammy's accomplishments that she is particularly proud of:
  • Putting herself through college at Penn State.
  • Graduating from massage school with honors.
  • Working with NCAA collegiate rowers for stamina and endurance (one of who recorded his personal best and became a member of the US National team afterwards).
  • Working with the athletes of the WTA during qualifying for the French Open.
  • Completing a 32 hour course in pregnancy massage and passing the national certification exam with a score of 94%.
  • Completing a Spinal Cord injury course through The Shepherd Center.
  • Complete dedication to her work.
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    Policy Statement

    Your therapeutic massage session should be a safe and comfortable experience. The following policies are stated to ensure the best outcome. They are written to bring together what we require from you, our client, as well as what we, your therapist, will provide. If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact us about them.

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    Office Location:

    Point of Origin NEUROMUSCULAR & SPORTS THERAPIES is located at 3582 Habersham at Northlake, Building M, Tucker, GA 30084. Please contact us by calling 404-633-2733, if for some reason we are unable to take your call please leave a message.

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    Office Hours
    Monday through Thursday: 11:00 AM-8:00 PM
    Friday: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    Saturday: Closed
    Sunday: Closed

    All sessions are by appointment only. Walk ins are rarely available, therapists are not generally in the office if no appointments have been previously scheduled.

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    Rates:
    60 min session $85.00
    90 min session $115.00
    120 min session $165.00

    Thirty-minute sessions are available to regular clients with specific needs. Please contact the office if you believe this would benefit you.

    Gift certificates are available for the prices listed above.

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    Payment

  • Payment for services is due at the time of your appointment.
  • Cash, checks, and all major credit cards are accepted.

    If you need a receipt or a bill for your insurance company we will be happy to provide it to you. We do not, however, bill your insurance company for you or accept assignment.

    There will be a $25.00 fee on returned checks.

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    Rescheduling and Cancellations:

    We completely understand that on occasion you may have to change or cancel an appointment with us. We are more than willing to try to accommodate those times when given adequate notice. Due to the nature of our work our appointment times are limited and are often booked several weeks in advance. We will not charge you for any appointment canceled at least 24 hours in advance. However, if you must cancel or reschedule your appointment with less than 24 hours notice, you will be charged.

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    Appointment Times

    Please be on time for your appointment. We will make every effort to respect your time and we ask that you do the same for us. Each time slot is specifically allotted during the day and even 15 minutes can make a difference. If you are running late please call. If you are less than 15 minutes late, every attempt to complete your full appointment will be made. If you are greater than 15 minutes late for your scheduled appointment time, your session may be shortened or you may have to be rescheduled. In either event you will be responsible for payment of your full session. In general you should arrive about 5 minutes prior to your appointment time. Should you arrive earlier, please understand that we may be unable to begin your appointment until your allotted time.

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    In Summary

    As certified massage therapists we are bound by a Code of Ethics. We will always treat you with the utmost respect and professionalism. All information, both verbal and written, given to us will be held in the strictest of confidence. No information will be given out unless prior written consent is given.

    Each session will be performed with integrity and decency. We respect your right to stop any session or any aspect of a session at any time regardless of prior consent given. If at any time you are uncomfortable, please notify your therapist.

    We reserve the right to refuse or discontinue any service at any time, for any reason, in an effort to ensure the safety of our clients and ourselves.

    It is important to understand that massage practitioners do not diagnose illnesses, disease, or any physical or mental disorder, nor do they prescribe medical or chiropractic treatment or pharmaceuticals, and that massage is not a substitute for professional medical or chiropractic heath care.

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