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Massage Therapy

Most people correlate “I have a lot of muscle tension.” with “I just need a massage.” However, if getting a massage does not provide the relief you are looking for, you need to start looking at the root cause of your muscle spasms and soreness. 

Root causes could include a twisted ankle or a pelvis out of alignment, negatively affecting your balance. Poor nutrition, anxiety, lack of sleep, and headaches can also trigger intense muscle tension.

Massage Therapy

Luckily, massage therapy is often used in coordination with chiropractic care to help muscles, ligaments, and tendons heal quickly and effectively. For example, after an adjustment realigns the spine or other joints, a massage helps to relax the muscles around those segments to allow the benefits of the adjustment to last longer. 

For maximum relief, the Action Chiropractic team starts with a skeletal analysis before moving on to a chemical and nutritional evaluation. After that, our massage therapy team can review our initial analysis and recommend massage and muscular therapy tailored specifically to each patient and their specific needs.

Massage therapy is also used to help relieve pain associated with the following conditions:

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Back pain

Neck pain


Pregnancy-related back pain

Stress relief and associated conditions

Post-injury and post-surgical rehabilitation

Headaches or Migraines 

Repetitive Strain Injury

Muscle Spasms, Strains and Sprains

Arm Pain

Inflammatory conditions such as arthritis and tendonitis

schedule your massage today

Action Chiropractic offers 60 and 90-minute massages. Schedule your appointment in advance or ask for a massage after your adjustment.