As autumn’s outdoor temperatures begin to moderate, many of us look forward to opportunities for vigorous cardiorespiratory activities that we put aside in the heat of the summer. It's much easi ...View Article
You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.
Together, massage and chiropractic aid the body's natural healing process. Although the focus is different for each modality, practitioners in both camps agree that when massage is incorporated into a chiropractic treatment program, the results are better. Musculoskeletal problems are a combination of subluxation, as far as the spine is concerned, but also the muscles attached. By loosening the muscle attachments to the spine, the therapy is working on both muscle and the skeleton for the net effect. The adjustment is more effective and longer lasting.
30 minutes- $40.00
45 minutes- $55.00
60 minutes- $70.00
75 minutes- $85.00
90 minutes- $100.00
Check out the tabs under Massage Therapy for more information about our therapist Jan and special offers for massage therapy.
Frequently Asked Questions:
How Fast Will I Get Results With A Deep Tissue Massage?
It's important to be realistic about what one massage can achieve. Many people ask for more pressure, thinking that if the therapist just pushes hard enough, they can get rid of all their knots in an hour. This just won't happen. In fact, undoing chronic knots and tension built up over a lifetime is best achieved with an integrated program that includes exercise, work on your posture and ways of moving, relaxation techniques and a regular program of massage.
Increase the Benefits with Frequent Visits
Here's the beauty of bodywork: its benefits are compounded when massage is utilized as a frequent therapy. The more you get, the more it does. Taking part in this form of regularly-scheduled self-care can play a huge part in how healthy you'll be and how youthful you'll remain with each passing year. Consider massage appointments a necessary piece of your health and wellness plan, and work with your practitioner to establish a treatment schedule that best meets your needs.
When should I Avoid Massage Therapy?
You should not have a massage if you are currently experiencing any of the following:
If you have any questions whether you should have a massage please call the office to discuss your unique situation.