Massage Therapy

Huss Chiropractic Massage Therapy Benefits Are Outstanding

Huss Chiropractic not only utilizes spinal adjustment, posture tips and nutritional support, we also use massage therapy in our practice to give patients relief of pain in their shoulders, back and neck. With our own staff massage therapist, Kayla Durigon our patients notice right away that the tension and stress on their joints have been lifted.

Some of the benefits of getting massage therapy are:

• Relieves stress

• Encourages relaxation

• Improves posture

• Improves circulation

• Lowers blood pressure

• Relaxes muscles

• Improves flexibility and range of motion

• Promotes deeper and easier breathing

• Relieves headaches

• Strengthens the immune system

• Enhances post-operative rehabilitation

• Improves rehabilitation after injury

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Tension And Stress Exit With Massage Therapy

Getting a massage might sound like a luxury to you, and you might not have even thought about getting a massage, but it can be very beneficial to your overall health. Massage therapy is one of the oldest methods of healing. Huss Chiropractic will work with your muscular structure and soft tissues to help relieve you of tension and stress.

Ask Dr. Huss About How Massage Therapy Works

If you have never received massage therapy before, you might not know what to expect with the procedure. That is understandable, and we can answer your questions. Ask Huss Chiropractic about how message therapy works.

Massage Therapy Techniques Broad in Range

Massage therapy encompasses many different techniques. In general, therapists press, rub, and otherwise manipulate the muscles and other soft tissues of the body. They most often use their hands and fingers, but may use their forearms or elbows.

Swedish And Deep Tissue Massages Popular

Swedish massage is great for relaxing the body. It is also good for rejuvenating the tissues and muscles. The deep tissue massage is used to reach deeper into the body and is normally used in the case of injury to repair the damage. These are just two examples of massage techniques.

Here are some of the other techniques:

Sports massage

Longitudinal massage

Kneading

Compression massage

Cross-fiber massage