Why Knot?
(608) 630-1001
6629 University Avenue, Suite 102
Middleton, WI 53562

Licensed Massage Therapists in Middleton & Madison, Wisconsin

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Experience wonderful relaxation with a Therapeutic Massage from a skilled massage therapist. Why Knot?  offers a wide range of techniques, including Swedish massage and couples massage.


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Susan Chiaro - 608-630-1001

Gillian Blake - 608-692-9645

Hours of Operation:

9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Tuesday, Thursday and Friday

9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Proudly Serving  Middleton, Madison and the surrounding area

Our Story

Discover the calm and relaxation of skilled massage and bodywork. Why Knot? in Middleton & Madison, Wisconsin, offers a wide range of therapies at affordable prices. We are licensed massage therapists who are experienced and compassionate.

You'll love our relaxing, spa-like atmosphere.  Our goal is to bring your body to a more centered state so that you experience less pain and discomfort and move toward continued health. Learn more from our Facebook™ page.


Read about what's new at Why Knot?

Laser Therapy

Why Knot?  is now offering Laser Therapy Sessions!  We are so excited to introduce the Class IV Therapeutic Laser to our clients.  This remarkable new device is used for the treatment of acute and chronic conditions to accelerate the healing process.  It offers non-invasive treatment for improving many types of pain and injuries.  It is an effective alternative to surgical procedures, does not require the use of drugs, and has virtually no side effects.

 How does laser therapy work?

 This approach works by stimulating the body's natural healing process, providing pain relief and repairing injured tissues.  Photons of infrared light penetrate through the skin and are absorbed by special components in your body's cells called chromophores.  Just as photosynthesis creates energy for plants to grow, the absorption of the photons by your cells causes increased production of cellular energy.  Vitamin D is another example of the photochemical process and how light affects cells.

 Using infrared light in areas of damage or injury means there is more available energy for accelerated healing.  This is called biostimulation. Because of its biostimulatory nature, laser therapy helps poorly functioning cells by providing available energy to accelerated healing.

 Laser energy increases ATP production (cellular energy) and circulation, which draws water, oxygen and nutrients to the damaged area.  As the injured area returns to normal, function is restored and pain is relieved.  Patients treated with laser therapy often show improvement both during and after treatment in the following ways:

Reduced Inflammation

Reduced Muscle Spasms

Reduced Stiffness

Reduced Pain

Nerve Regeneration

Improved Lymph Flow

Improved Circulation

Reduced Scar Tissue


Improve Joint Motion


Improved Immune Response

Accelerated Cell Growth and Tissue Repair


 What types of conditions can be helped by Laser Therapy

This cutting edge technology has an impressive success rate of quickly returning clients to work, sports and a pain-free life.  The laser provides a tremendous alternative for those facing surgery and helps alleviate a range of illness, pain and dysfunction including but not limited to:

 Wound and Burn Healing

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome


Deep Edema

Diabetic Neuropathy & Ulcers


Herniated Discs

Lateral Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow)

Ligament Sprains

Muscle Strains

Myofacial Trigger Points



Plantar Fasciitis

Post-herpetic Neuralgia Pain

Post Surgical Recovery

Post-Traumatic Injury

Scar Tissue Formation

Repetitive Stress Injuries

Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rotator Cuff Tears


Shoulder, Neck, Back & Knee Pain

Sports Injuries

Temporomandibular Joint Disorders (TMJ)

Tendon Injuries

Torn ACL


Venous Ulcers


What are the risks?

 When it comes to pain management, laser treatments are extremely safe and can provide amazing results.  Laser treatments should never be given directly over the eye or the thyroid gland.  Laser treatment is entirely safe to deliver directly over metal implants, over broken skin, and on acute injuries.


 Is there any pain or side effects associated 

with Class IV Laser Therapy?

 The laser should be painless and has no side effects when applied by a properly trained professional.  During treatment the patient experiences a gentle warming effect and at times, a profound feeling of relaxation.  Muscle stiffness may be felt the following day.  Occasionally some old injuries or pain syndromes may feel aggravated for a few days as the healing response is more active after treatment.

                                                                                                                                    Learn More about Why Knot? Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork

 ABMP (Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals)

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