Massage therapy can be combined with other chiropractic services, chiefly spinal adjustment, to maximize its benefits. Although a treatment method in its own right, massage is recognized as a complementary therapy that can soften and relax muscles before they are realigned by a chiropractor. This can help the muscles and soft tissue supporting the spine to successfully adapt to their new positions, and encourages them to retain this correct alignment in the future.
Personal trainers may also recommend massage therapy to their clients because improved joint flexibility, enhanced circulation, and a reduction in muscle spasms are among its advantageous effects. Athletes can benefit from massage for the same reasons, while the relaxing and softening of the muscles post-exercise is indispensable to any professional or amateur sports player who needs to recover before undertaking preparation for their next competition or event. Massage is also effective in this regard as a preventative treatment, for it can warn-off next-day muscle stiffness when completed shortly after exercise.
Designed to prepare you for your best, sports massage is a targeted therapeutic treatment for the unique physical and biomechanical needs of athletes, weekend warriors, and the day-to-day exerciser. Sports massage specifically targets muscles to improve flexibility, reduce pain, reduce fatigue, relieve muscle swelling and increase range of motion to get you back out doing the things you love.
Conditions our Clinic Treats
- Chronic and Acute Injuries
- Wrist and Elbow Tendonitis
- Medial Epicondylitis (Golfers Elbow)
- Lateral Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow)
- IT Band Syndrome
- Thoracic Spine Mobility
- Patellofemoral Syndrome
- Meniscus and Ligament Injuries
- Plantar Fasciitis
- General Hip Dysfunction
- Frozen Shoulder/ Rotator Cuff
- Ankle Sprains and Strains
- Piriformis Syndrome (commonly mistaken for Sciatica)
- Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Dysfunction
- “Tech” neck
- General Cervical Neck and Upper Back Pain
Making an appointment
Our staff is ready to assist you in setting up consultation, diagnosis, or rehabilitation. Feel free to call us with your questions and we’ll help to best meet your needs. Note: Please bring all related records and images for your condition.
Please call 989-341-1070 for more information or to make an appointment.