Many massage therapists are trained in specialized types of bodywork which they may use exclusively or in some combination to meet your needs. For example, there are techniques and trigger points, stretch contracted fascia (the muscles’ protective covering), realign and heal injured tissue, aid lymph drainage, or restore the flow of energy throughout the body.
Millions of people seek chiropractic care and massage therapy to relieve or prevent pain and limited mobility. These two complementary therapies, especially in combination, form a powerful healing approach to relieve pain and increase your body’s mobility and resilience. Over time, they offer a uniquely effective way to support your ongoing vitality and well-being.
Adding massage therapy to your chiropractic care program can increase its effectiveness in many ways.
- Recovery is faster and more complete when you address multiple components of your condition.
- Chiropractic adjustment often proceeds more easily when circulation is improved and your body and mind are relaxed.
- Adjustments last longer with less muscle tension.
- Soft tissue often heals quickly once it is no longer subjected to the stress of misaligned joints.
Massage and chiropractic are compatible holistic therapies that share the goal of your total well-being not simply an absence of illness. Both offer natural, hands-on, drug-free techniques. They can be used as preventive as well as restorative therapies. Both work to resolve the cause of your pain rather than treat isolated symptoms. used in combination, massage and chiropractic can help you maintain optimum health and enjoy life to the fullest.
Please contact our office for more information on Living Well Spine Center’s massage therapy options.