Massage therapy has numerous health benefits for patients of all ages, including pain relief, rehabilitation after sports injuries, and relieving stress. Rebecca Jordan, DC, a chiropractor with 25 years of experience, offers massage therapy as part of a comprehensive treatment plan at her practice, Jordan Chiropractic & Acupuncture, in Wichita, Kansas. Whether you need to recover from an injury or simply as part of your mission to live a more relaxed lifestyle, massage therapy can help. Schedule a massage appointment online, or call the office six days a week.
Massage therapy gently manipulates the soft tissues in your body to help you manage a health condition or to promote and enhance your overall health and wellness. Some of the most popular massage techniques include:
Dr. Jordan may recommend a specific type of massage therapy to help you heal after an injury, or to alleviate discomfort from a chronic condition as part of your holistic treatment plan.
Massage therapy can enhance nearly every system in your body, including relieving pain, lowering stress, and improving your emotional state. You may get relief from neck and back pain, ease tight muscles, or feel happier after your massage appointment. It’s the perfect complement to chiropractic adjustments, as well.
Other benefits of massage therapy include:
Massage therapy can also help lower your blood pressure and heart rate so you feel more relaxed after a stressful day. Regular massage therapy appointments may help you get relief from anxiety and depression, too.
If you’re an athlete, you may benefit from regular sports massages. Dr. Jordan specializes in helping athletes prevent injury, so she may recommend you add massage to your repertoire for staying in shape. Sports massage helps prevent injuries, improve flexibility, and enhance your performance on the playing field.
Sports massage is ideal for athletes of all ability levels and sports. Your massage therapist focuses on the muscle groups you use most during your particular sport to help increase blood flow to the muscles that get overworked.
If you’d like to make an appointment for a massage, call the office to schedule or book online. Same-day appointments are often available.