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Chiropractic Massage

 

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Why Chiropractic USA Massage?

 

Therapeutic massage is an essential component of Chiropractic USA's care.  Our licensed massage therapists produce rapid, positive results by using a range of integrated therapies tailored to you specific needs.  This approach may include one or more types of therapy.  Regardless of whether you're looking to heal from an injury or relax and de-stress Chiropractic USA's massage is vital to your complete health and wellness.

 

Types of Massage Offered

 

 

Swedish Massage

 

This is a relaxing, unwinding, don't talk to me massage.  This style utilizes long, flowing strokes, often but not necessarily in the direction of the heart. Swedish massage is designed to increase circulation and blood flow. Oil, cream, or lotion is applied on the skin to reduce friction and allow smooth strokes.

 

Orthopedic Massage

 

A precise form of medical massage, orthopedic massage begins with resisted, passive, and active assessment tests followed by deep "fractioning" of specific tendons, muscles, and ligaments, especially those of the shoulder, elbow, hand, and knee.  Deep fractioning helps break down scar tissue by separating ligament-to bone adhesions, increase blood supply, and expedite the healing process.

 

Deep Tissue Massage

 

Deep tissue massage is a form of bodywork that relieves pain and impairment due to shortened muscle tissue.  With focused, deep, slow strokes, deep tissue massage lengthens muscle fibers, corrects structural imbalances, and increases range of motion.

 

Trigger Point Therapy

 

Trigger point formations are damaged muscle, tendon, or ligament fibers caused by stress or trauma and are associated with pain and inflammation.  Trigger point therapy involves identifying the location of the formations and applying sustained pressure on them, promoting healing and alleviating pain by stimulating, stretching, and improving circulation to affected areas.

 

Structural Muscular Balancing

 

A gentle and effective technique that releases chronic contraction in the muscles. The nervous system is triggered to release contractions through compression applied to muscles placed in a shortened position.

 

What you can expect

 

The massage we offer at Chiropractic USA is geared specifically to the improvement of chronic pain injuries, reduced range of motion, inflammation, muscle strains and spasms, and poor circulation.  This work also has the proven secondary effect of enhancing immune function.  You can expect better athletic performance and overall improvement to your health and well-being.  Make an appointment with one of our qualified massage therapists today.

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Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 AM-11:00 AM

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

Closed

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 AM-11:00 AM

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 AM-11:00 AM

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

Friday:

By Appointment

By Appointment

Saturday:

By Appointment

By Appointment

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "For 15 years, I struggled with intense migraines that caused extreme pain in my head and neck. I was referred to Dr. Chris Moore of Chiropractic USA to see if he could help. After getting adjusted my headache and discomfort was gone in minutes. Over the last few years my family and I recieve regular adjustments and my migraines are less fequent and intense. It is nice to know that when I do have one I can call on Dr. Moore and he is there to help. Thank you so much!"
    Joel J. (Lehi)

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