"Ahhhh..." is music to a massage therapist's ear!
Massage therapy is typically thought of for relaxation, but massage therapy can be so much more when tied together with chiropractic techniques. Massage treatment offered in the chiropractic office tries to deliver the "Ahhhh..." response as well as more specific soft tissue and muscle work to relieve tightness and allow the adjustment's realignment of bones and its subsequent pain relief to last a bit longer. Massage treatment goes hand-in-hand with the Cox Technic protocols.
What is Massage Therapy?
Complementary to chiropractic, Cox Technic Flexion Distraction and Decompression spinal manipulation, massage therapy is the manual manipulation of the body's soft tissue structures through an assortment of methods ranging from relaxing to rehabilitative. Soft tissues include muscle, skin, tendons, fascia, ligaments and joint capsules. These are often related when the spine and extremities are hurting.
With massage therapy, function, flexibility and overall circulation of the soft tissues increase.
How Can Massage Therapy Help?
Massage therapy can be useful to people of all ages and conditions. It is widely used to aid in the alleviation of pain due to many distinguishing problems, including but not limited to
- Headaches and migraines
- Muscle and related conditions such as spasms, strains and sprains
- Back pain
- Neck Pain
- Arm pain
- Repetitive strain injury
- Pregnancy-related back pain
- Stress relief and associated conditions
- Post-injury and post surgical rehabilitation
- Inflammatory conditions such as arthritis and tendonitis
Schedule your appointment at Minster Chiropractic Center for a massage today!
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