Massage Therapy

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What is Massage Therapy?

Therapeutic massage differs from a spa massage because the purpose is to target the cause of a specific condition. A licensed Massage Therapist will manipulate the patient’s soft tissue to improve the flow of blood and fluid in lymph glands that are part of the immune system.

  • Applying fixed or moving pressure to relax muscules
  • Use of therapeutic techniques to normalize tissue
  • Techniques: Sports Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Swedish
  • Treatment for: stress, swelling, headaches, limited range of motion
  • Healthcare practice in Chinese medical text 4,000 years ago

Massage Therapists

Jilly

Massage Therapist

Jilly

Jilly is one of our hardest workers here at Clements Chiropractic. She hails from London, England and has shocked many patients with her powerful hands. Jilly thrives on finding problems and doing anything it takes to remove the issue. Her understanding of the human body is her strong point and aids her in performing some of the most therapeutic massage this office has ever seen. If you don’t mind getting to the root of your problem then let Jilly have her way with your pain. She currently is available 7 days a week, so if your work week is packed don’t worry her weekend appointments are very popular and relaxing.
Chanell

Massage Therapist

Chanell

Chanell is one of the most well rounded therapists our office has ever seen. Chanell will put you to sleep and have you a new person when you wake up. We are very pleased that she has come on board to showcase all her techniques. She specializes in Swedish, Sports and deep tissue massage.
Mizelene

Massage Therapist

Mizelene

Hi, my name is Mizelene and I’m proud to be on staff here at Clements Chiropractic. I graduated from American Career College with lots of energy and am very friendly. I love to help people relax and unwind. I specialize in Swedish, deep tissue, therapeutic and sports massage. I will use these techniques to treat your problem areas. I am available most days and also on Saturdays.
David

Massage Therapist

David

David graduated from the Western Institute of Neuromuscular Therapy in April 2002 with a 1000 hour certification in Swedish, Sports and Neuromuscular/Trigger Point therapies. He is a California State Licensed Massage therapist and a member of The American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA). David is also a Level 1 Stott certified Pilates instructor. David’s goal is to help you reduce pain, increase range of motion and help with stability of back and core muscles. Plus, he can help you better understand why you are in pain and provide self maintenance advice along with stretch exercises.
Kristyna

Massage Therapist

Kristyna

Hello my name is Kristyna, I am from the Czech Republic. I have a passion for massage and I love to share this passion with my clients. Utilizing my experience in Europe, I offer a massage that is unique, relaxing and makes you feel rejuvenated. Many of my clients schedule to return and see me on a regular basis. I can provide you with an excellent Swedish massage. Also if you prefer – I can help you with a great sports massage or therapeutic massage also.  I look forward to meeting you, discussing your needs and providing the massage that’s best for you.

Benefits of Massage Therapy

– Relieve Anxiety

– Reduce Swelling

– Migraine Headache Relief

– Posture Improvement

– Muscle Relaxation

– Quicker Injury Recovery

– Improved Sleep

– Lower Blood Pressure

– Better Range of Motion

– Improved Immune System

These are a few benefits of Massage Therapy treatment. We look forward to helping you learn more!

man getting massage therapy

Understanding Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy is often utilized in conjunction with Chiropractic Care as part of a comprehensive treatment for many conditions. Although patients can feel more relaxed after a therapeutic massage, the goal isn’t relaxation. A Massage Therapist will target the treatment of a specific condition. An example goal during a massage visit could be: increasing range of motion for the patient’s shoulder.

The general purpose for Massage Therapy is “aiding the ability of the body to heal itself.” By increasing circulation through different techniques the Massage Therapy enhances tissue healing. This typically includes applying fixed or movable pressure, holding, and/or causing movement to parts of the body. Sometimes the forearms or elbows are used, but primarily massage therapy is applied primarily with the hands.

Massage Therapy can affect the muscular, skeletal, circulatory, lymphatic, nervous, and other systems of the body. Common conditions that can be treated include: chronic pain, headaches, pain from auto injuries, muscle tension, limited range of motion, digestive disorders, insomnia and much more.

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