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Massage therapy can be an extremely powerful tool that can help you take charge of your health and overall well-being. For a long time, massage was only thought to be available through upscale health clubs and luxury spas, but the good news is it is available as a form of chiropractic care as a source of pain relief, reducing tension and relieving the discomfort associated with a wide range of health conditions. Here are just a few of the reasons to consider massage therapy as a complementary service in addition to treatment from our Odessa chiropractor at Back Pain Institute of West Texas.
Massage therapy is a general term for pressing, manipulating and rubbing your muscles, ligaments, tendons, and skin. Massages can vary from a light stroking to providing deep pressure and there are several different types of massage, including:
Massage therapy is thought to be a complementary or alternative form of treatment. It is often used along with standard treatment for a vast array of medical conditions and situations. Research has shown that when massage therapy along with chiropractic care it is effective in reducing pain, stress and muscle tension. The benefits of massage include relief of the symptoms associated with:
The best news about massage therapy is that you don’t need any special preparations. Before your massage session begins, your chiropractor will ask you about any symptoms you are experiencing, your medical history and what you hope to get out of the massage. Following your massage, you can assume your usual activities, but your chiropractor may recommend that you drink plenty of fluids throughout the remainder of the day.
Our Odessa chiropractor will explain the type of massage and the techniques that will be beneficial to your specific treatment. To schedule your massage, contact the Back Pain Institute of West Texas by calling (432) 332-3388.
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