Massage therapy offers many benefits, but the benefits are more profound only through regular massages. Getting a massage regularly helps improve skin tone, increase energy levels, and reduces stress, anxiety, and depression.
A massage helps improve blood circulation and reduce massage tension. It facilitates a quicker recovery after an injury or soft tissue injury. So, getting a massage once or twice a month is good for optimal long-term health.
Combining chiropractic treatment with massage does give a quicker recovery. It’s because the spine and nervous system are connected.
The nervous system controls muscles, and the muscles pull on the spine. If the muscles pull on the spine and the spine interferes with the nervous system, the spine ends up stuck in that spasm or tension.
A chiropractic adjustment, along with the massage, helps by realigning the spine. The two together symbiotically create a healing experience that’s more profound than doing just one or the other.
One of the other benefits of a message is an accelerated immune system. It gives more energy and mental alertness, which is otherwise lost when uncomfortable or in some pain. The spine is also more mobile with the increased power and flexibility.
The muscle system is more at ease, while the lymphatic system gets stimulated. The body systems work better because the fascia connects the body, including the heart. Hence, there is an incredible benefit with undergoing both chiropractic treatment and a massage.
Different types of massage therapy techniques
A back, neck, and shoulder massage helps with relaxation, while the therapeutic stone massage is better for therapeutic reasons.
For more information about chiropractic massage therapy’s health benefits, visit Divine Spine Chiropractic Studio, zip code 98107, or call Dr. Jon Conner Cuevas at (206) 783 6000.