Remedial Massage

Remedial Massage

For those who’s not familiar, what’s the difference between remedial massage therapy and chiropractic? which one is more effective? which is more suitable for you? Here’s our answer below;

Chiropractic treatment specifically addresses the disorders of the musculoskeletal and nervous systems. Unlike massage therapy, chiropractic care focuses on the hard tissue; the spine and joints. Your chiropractor may recommend therapeutic and rehabilitative exercises and might even suggest massage in their course of treatment.

Massage therapy targets issues that are muscular in nature. Muscle spasms and strain on overworked muscles can benefit from massage as well as pulled or strained muscles. The top layers of muscles benefit directly from applied massage because it encourages the free flow of fluids and energy. Soft tissue treatment helps in the course of treating misalignment of the spine / joints.

Massage therapy isn’t just a pampering, luxury treatment. It has legitimate healthcare properties effective in aiding in pain management and recovery.

The choice is not between needing a chiropractor and selecting a massage, but a balance of the two to help in your well being.

Your chiropractic adjustments results last longer when muscle tension is released – tight muscles pull joints out of alignment, and massage therapy would address that issue directly. In turn, chiropractic care addresses misalignments which gives immediate relief to the soft tissue massage therapy specifically prioritizes. Soft tissue heals quicker once the joints have been restored to proper position.