Massage Therapy

The practice of massaging injuries to relieve pain and enhance function has been around as long as humankind has been on the face of the earth. Every culture uses it for health care and pain reduction to one extent or another.

Today, there are a variety of massage types and styles available for a wide range of health related purposes. In the United States an estimated 18 million adults and 700,000 children receive massage therapy each year.

Massage therapy has few risks and many potential benefits, if it is used appropriately and done by a trained massage professional. Patients are administered massage therapy for pain relief, rehabilitation of sports related injuries, stress reduction, greater relaxation, and as an antidote to anxiety and depression.

Most doctors of chiropractic and chiropractic clinics offer massage therapy. The massage therapy process employs various techniques dependent upon the purpose, type and location of injury. After a thorough examination, your chiropractor can recommend the style and type most effective for your needs.

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