About Us

Hadl Center History

In 2002, Nick Hadl started out by exclusively serving the Texas Rangers Ball Club. This experience of spot-treating player injuries and working in a short time frame to get them back on the field quickly, led to the creation of our unique style of massage therapy.

During the partnership with the Texas Rangers, Hadl Clinical Massage also partnered with The Ben Hogan Sports Medicine (Now Texas Health Sports Medicine) in 2003 to help aid in the Sports Physical Therapy process.

Since then, our style of massage, coupled with our rehabilitation experience has led to a unique treatment that targets the causes of your injury. We incorporate many types of massage therapy techniques, rehabilitative techniques and exercise recommendations to get you back to a pain free life.

After 17 years at Texas Health Sports Medicine, we expanded our operation to better serve the public through Hadl Clincial Bodywork.

We are a Fort Worth locally owned business. Our style of Clinical Massage incorporates Neuromuscular Massage, Myofascial Release and Manual Lymphatic Drainage. These are the foundation techniques we use during most of our sessions to give you the best possible outcomes. We also use a form of Active Release and exercise recommendations. Each session is individualized to focus on the cause of your problems. In some cases, long term treatment is recommended to help the body maintain balance. You will never have a routine massage session at our facility.

We have over 20 years experience dealing with all kinds of injuries, surgeries, and more..


Scheduling: Clinicsence.com

This is a one stop schedule software for massage therapists. It allows you online access to our schedule to make it as easy as possible for you. It does require a credit card to hold an appointment which is run through SQUARE credit card processing. at not point do we have access to you credit card info. This software also handles all of the necessary paperwork that we require before receiving a massage.

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