Massage Therapy

Massage therapy promotes healing and increases mobility to creates positive changes in the lives of our clients. By utilizing these targeted techniques, we can help reduce your need for more invasive medical procedures.

Conditions We Treat with Massage Therapy

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Mental & Physical Stress

Stress can be a major cause of pain in our lives. Massage therapy has been used for thousands of years to help patients relieve and eliminate their daily stress. This can help you have better mental clarity and higher productivity in every aspect of your life.

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Spinal Problems

We focus on decreasing muscles spasms and inflammation surrounding the spine. Massage therapy allows you to experience pain relief quickly and to start moving more freely. Our patients often see tremendous reduction in pain associated with spinal problems only after one visit.

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Targeted Pain

Massage therapy is not only for spinal problems. We also treat conditions such as plantar fasciitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, and sciatica. These targeted techniques allow you to life a live as pain-free as possible.

What is Massage Therapy?

Massage Therapy is the use of manual pressure to the muscles and connective tissue within the body.

With massage therapy, we are able to loosen tight muscles, increase blood flow to promote healing, increase mental clarity, and increase mobility.

How Massage Therapy Helps You Short-Term

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Reduced Pain & Discomfort

In the first phase of care, we utilize massage therapy to decrease your pain by reducing the muscle spasms and inflammation in the affected regions of your body. Most clients have immediate noticeable improvements with their pain levels.

Improved Healing & Recovery

A strong blood supply is vital to the healing process, no matter where the injury is within the body. Massage therapy helps increase this localized blood flow so patients can begin the healing process quickly.

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Increased Mobility

We see many patients who are suffering from stiffness, soreness, and a general nagging tightness. Massage therapy is one of our best tools to help patients gain mobility and daily function, allowing us to eliminate these symptoms.

How Massage Therapy Helps You Long-Term

Reduces Stress & Anxiety

Long term stress reduction is vital to overall health in adults and children. Stress can lead to obesity, hormone imbalance, and brain fog.

With consistent massage therapy sessions, you will find a significant decrease in stress and anxiety, leading to a healthier and more productive lifestyle.

Increases Physical Ability

Utilizing massage therapy will offer you more than just an increase in mobility. Many clients find themselves able to perform tasks that they were unable to do, or lost the ability to do, prior to treatment. Some examples include walking longer distances, exercising harder, and returning to hobbies you once considered lost.

Helps Prevent Other Illness

Massage therapy has been known to prevent future illness. It has been proven that with proper massage techniques, patients can see an increase in immune function. When the immune system is working at 100%, clients have noticed less seasonal colds, allergies, and illnesses.

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Our Chiropractic team in Springfield Missouri is here to help you get back to the life you love.

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Our team at 417 Spine is committed to your well-being and we share one common goal. Long-term relief. Call us today and move one step closer to health that comes naturally.

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