How Massage Therapy Helps in Chiropractic Care

How Massage Therapy Helps in Chiropractic Care

May 15th, 2018
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by Dr. Travis Utter

Ask around, and most people will tell you they love getting a massage because it relaxes their body and stimulates their mind. Whenever exhaustion or stress-induced tension set in, the immediate thought is, “I need a massage!”

There are many benefits of massage therapy to our bodies. It can help improve blood circulation, which consequently improves body function. It relaxes our muscles and relieves us from headaches and other pain in the body. It also improves body flexibility and range of motion. All in all, it can be very helpful to keeping our bodies healthy and stress-free.

Massage therapy can be particularly therapeutic in chiropractic care. In fact, it makes rehabilitation faster and more effective after a body injury if done continuously. That is one reason why chiropractic care includes massage therapy as part of its treatment. Massages are effective at relaxing our bodies and increasing flexibility and motion. If backed up with medical knowledge on where to apply pressure and how to massage certain areas to produce the greatest effect, it can make a huge positive impact on rehabilitation.

Dr. Travis Utter

Dr. Travis Utter attended Florida State University and graduated from the University of Central Florida in 2003, where he studied Communications and Science. A true passion for helping and healing others

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