David The Pain Killer .com



  Science of Touch
  Billy's Barbershop
  The Lion

Flat Rate = $80 per hour
          $80 - one hour
          $120 - hour and a half
          $160 - two hours

I have withdrawn my association with various health insurance providers, but in turn have sharply reduced my overall rate to the universal benefit of all.

All work is done at your home, office, or hotel and requires an area 6' x 10'.

My email address is: davidtierney665@yahoo.com

David is also available to do FREE chair massage most Saturdays at Billy's Barbershop, the Reclamation and Resource Center, 151 Andover Street next to the BP gas station at the intersection of High and Andover streets, a block down from Nesmith in what was once a Lowell police substation.


Massage Therapy

Gift Certificates at cost, and are not discounted for insurance.

There is no expiration on gift certificates.

Payments: Credit cards are not accepted. Cash or personal checks only.

Availability: By appointment: 7 days, 24 hours. Prefer 24 hours notice on cancellations/modifications. If you have a preference, the earlier you call the better your chances of getting your desired time.

Appointments: Call 978-452-3822, speak slowly and clearly when leaving your name, two telephone numbers, please: the day, date, time, and length you wish the appointment and I will confirm with you.

Beach Days: If the temperature reaches 80 degrees, and it is a bright clear day, no morning appointments will be accepted.  If you have a morning appointment on a Beach Day, you will receive an early morning call to reschedule that cherished appointment. Thank you in advance for your cooperation and understanding. Living in New England we cannot waste our Beach Days. They are in short supply.

Are you living in constant throbbing pain from overwork, an accident, or anxiety? If you answered "yes," then it's time to treat yourself to a massage from Masseur David. David has learned the art of healing pain through the touch of his hands, and that touch will leave you feeling rejuvenated and relaxed. During your treatment, soothing music will play in the background in a safe, warm environment, while his skilled hands massage your troubles away. It's like a mini-vacation in the middle of the day.

All work is done at your home or office and requires an area 6' x 10'.

David specializes in deep tissue therapeutic massage for accident victims, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, pregnancy (prenatal/postpartum), liposuction(pre/post procedure), sports, and work-related injuries. David travels to your house, hotel or hospital and offers chair massage for business functions and private parties. His range of modalities includes Swedish, acupressure, deep tissue, and Lomi Lomi. Sessions are from 1/2 hour to two hours of continuous work. Over 20 years of years of eliminating peoples' pain has not only made Masseur David's hands stronger, but created a loyal group of followers as well. 

David Tierney, L.C.M.T., is a 1998 graduate of The Massage Institute of New England, a professional member of the AMTA. He incorporates several different modalities into his practice. For 2 years, he taught "Introduction to Massage" in the Billerica adult education program. During the 1999–2000 season, he was the staff therapist to the Merrimack Repertory Theatre, and played two roles (Tony and Carl) in Hecht & MacArthur's The Front Page.  In April 2001 he was voted the Best Massage Therapist in the greater Lowell area by America's Best Business Awards. 

For two years running, 2002-2003, he was voted the Best Massage Therapist in Chelmsford/Billerica by Market Surveys of America. With a resume like that, you know you're in good hands when you call "The Pain Killer."

Why go another minute with unwanted pain? Make your exclusive appointment with David today and feel better tomorrow.

David is a retired First Lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps serving five grand and glorious years of continuous active duty.  David has been studied 25 times as a control group specimen since 1973 by The National Center for PTSD, at the Boston VA. David doesn't have PTSD. He gives it.  He will teach you to love your own insanity. He told doctors that if they wanted to investigate PTSD, Vietnam was a piece of cake compared to two divorces. David prefers real bullets to another divorce.  Once, he asked his doctors if they would like to know his secret.  He told them that is was faith.  They don't believe him, immediately proving his point, so they continue to study him. Not to worry, not even his mother Irene could figure him out.

For balance, he was a draft dodger for two years (1963-65) after leaving The Christian Brothers as Brother David Ignatius, F.S.C. (1960-63) before joining the Marines. Meritoriously commissioned from Corporal E-4 Heavy Truck Operator to Rifle Platoon Commander in Viet Nam, he holds the Purple Heart (shot four times and severely burned), the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry, and two awards of the Meritorious Unit Citation. If asked, he will show you the bullet he bit on January 27, 1968.  He never fired a shot, and never lost one his Marines to hostile fire. He is a 1975 cum laude graduate of Boston University's Metropolitan College with a Bachelors Degree in Computer Sciences, and the equivalent of a Masters in the Arts. He is a writer, poet, actor, stand-up comedian, and a healer. He conducts Harmony Counseling Services, adult psychotherapy.  He guarantees results. After an hour with David, you'll know that you're okay.

For six years, 1975-81 he ran THE CHAIN GANG, woodcutters.  He was a Boston cab driver, totaling only one car, and an annually certified RIDE operator for four years, 1994-98, Newton Veterans Cab, while going to school to become a massage therapist. 

He can be heard live every Monday and Tuesday mornings 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. on WUML, 91.5 FM, "Thinking Out Loud", at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, the home of true underground radio. Annually around Halloween, Ravin' David resurrects Edgar Allen Poe, one of his favorite authors. Edgar often stayed at the Worthen House on Worthen Street in Lowell where he wrote his first commercially successful piece, The Raven.  The Worthen House his diagonally opposite Lowell City Hall in line of site, and a short walk from David's residence, the Shangri-La Nightclub.  Should you travel to Lowell and visit the Worthen House, you will notice a black raven carved in the placard above the door commemorating David's fellow spirit and rival, Edgar.