MASSAGE

Our Lisenced Massage Therapists (LMT's) provide a relaxing and soothing massage to the areas that are affected by your syndrome. They target the area of discomfort to alleviate any pain that you might have. They work under the supervision of doctors to provide a more accurate care according to your diagnosis.

Q: What is a massage?

A: Massage is a term describing a variety of techniques using the hands mechanical or electrical apparatus to stimulate or sooth soft tissues of the body for therapeutic purposes.

Q: How does Massage work?

A: Massage works by kneading and stroking muscles to relax them, and uses friction to stimulate soft tissues. This therapy can increase blood and lymph circulation while breaking up scar tissue between muscle fibers.

Q: What does massage feel like?

A: Therapeutic massage and its effects vary with each induvidal. Clothing is usually removed from the area treated and the patient should be relaxed and comfortable. A lubricating oil or powder is used to reduce friction during the circular stroking and compression of soft tissue.

Q: Why is massage used?

A: Massage is useful in many condition in which body relaxation, the reductionof swelling, and muscle mobilization is desired. Massage can be helpful in overcoming the swelling and pooling of fluids at the site of recent injury or trauma.

Patient benefits:

  • Enhances joint and muscle function
  • Improves circulation
  • Increases metabolism
  • promotes the healing process

• CONSULT YOUR CHIROPRACTOR BEFORE SELF ADMINSTRATION OF ANY THERAPY.