At Momentum Rehab and Chiropractic, we understand the importance of holistic care when it comes to treating injuries, managing pain, and improving overall wellness. That's why we offer a range of massage therapy services that are designed to complement our chiropractic treatments and provide our patients with a comprehensive healing experience. Massage therapy has been used for centuries to promote relaxation, reduce muscle tension, and improve circulation. It can also help to alleviate pain, improve joint mobility, and reduce stress and anxiety. Our licensed massage therapists are highly skilled and trained to provide a range of massage techniques that are tailored to meet the individual needs of each patient.
Deep tissue massage is a technique that targets the deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue. This type of massage is ideal for individuals who suffer from chronic muscle tension, injury, or restricted mobility. During a deep tissue massage, the therapist uses slow, deep strokes and pressure to break up knots and adhesions in the muscles, which can help to improve circulation, reduce pain, and increase flexibility.
Trigger point therapy is a form of massage that targets specific areas of muscle that are tight or tender to the touch. These areas, known as trigger points, can cause referred pain and discomfort in other parts of the body. By applying pressure to these points, the therapist can help to release tension and improve circulation, which can help to alleviate pain and discomfort.
Visceral massage is a gentle technique that focuses on the organs and surrounding tissues in the abdomen. This type of massage can help to improve digestion, alleviate constipation, and reduce abdominal pain and discomfort. During a visceral massage, the therapist uses gentle, rhythmic movements to stimulate the digestive system and promote relaxation.
Sports recovery massage is a technique that is specifically designed to help athletes recover from injury or improve performance. This type of massage can help to reduce muscle soreness, improve circulation, and increase flexibility. During a sports recovery massage, the therapist may use a combination of techniques, including deep tissue massage, stretching, and range-of-motion exercises, to help athletes get back to their peak performance level.