Massage Therapy

   Joint subluxations, troublesome enough on their own, are almost always accompanied by tension or injury in your soft tissue. Over time, tight, inflamed muscles suffer poor circulation and can develop glue-like adhesions. This prevents the muscle from lengthening completely. Painful trigger points can also develop, referring pain or tingling to other areas in the body. In extreme cases, tight muscles can compress nerves just as painfully as a subluxation.

Massage therapy specifically addresses the soft tissue damage that accompanies the vertebral subluxation complex. It is an excellent complement to your chiropractic care and can significantly increase the speed and degree of your healing.

Some insurance companies will pay for massage therapy if it is done in conjunction with a chiropractic plan of care.  Feel free to call our office and we will be happy to look that information up for you.