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Therapeutic Massage

Woman receiving a therapeutic massage

In combination with chiropractic care, massage therapy can help improve circulation and muscle tone.

Many practice members ask about the value of massage in combination with their chiropractic care. While chiropractic care focuses on the relationship between the spine and its impact on the nervous system, massage focuses on the muscle component. Both disciplines work together.

Retraining Your Spine

Long-standing spinal problems often accompany ingrained muscle patterns. Muscle spasms and scar tissue are often involved. Complementing your chiropractic care with massage therapy addresses these muscle and soft tissue problems. This can help speed your recovery and enhance the retraining of your spine.

Chiropractic First

Massage therapy feels good. If you’re tempted to choose massage over your chiropractic care, keep in mind that your nervous system—the focus of your chiropractic care—controls muscles. If you must choose one or the other, choose chiropractic. Because as helpful as massage therapy can be, ultimately the integrity of your nervous system is more important.

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