Working Together: Chiropractic Care & Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy Windsor Ontario RMT Huron Church ChiropracticWhy does chiropractic care and massage therapy complement one another?

Both have the similar goal of treating not just the symptom rather the underlying issue causing pain or discomfort.

While chiropractic adjustments affect the functioning of the nervous system, which including the vertebral column joints of the body, massage therapy affects the musculoskeletal system. The improved and proper functioning of the two work hand in hand as a part of a safe, all natural and effective components of an overall wellness plan.

Also consider: Massage and chiropractic care are hands on, drug free and both preventative and restorative by nature.

Whether you are in perfect health or suffer from an injury, chronic pain, headaches or any condition related to your nervous or musculoskeletal system, the combined therapies offer many benefits for improved wellness:

  • Faster recovery
  • Treatment of spinal issues or distress
  • Pain relief – treating the cause, not just the symptoms
  • Increase range of motion
  • Improved circulation
  • Decrease in muscle tension
  • Reduction in stress hormones (cortisol), increase serotonin and dopamine levels
  • Helps return your body to its natural state of good health

Regardless if you’re seeking to improve your good health, nutrition and/or wellness advice or help for a pain causing condition; we can help identify the issue and create an action plan with the many complementary therapies offered here at Huron Church Chiropractic and Family Wellness Centre.

We look forward to helping you. Please call for more information or to arrange for your appointment. 519-258-8544

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