Massage Therapy at a Chiropractic Office?

spa massageWhen most people think of the word massage, they envision the kind you see on television where you are relaxing in a spa with scented candles and there is a masseuse rubbing your back. It looks great on a soap opera, but it doesn’t always provide you with the deep relation that you think.

What’s different?

Amanda Lunn is a Licensed Massage & Bodywork Therapist. That means she is highly trained and skilled in more than just rubbing your back with nice smelling oils. Since 2006 she has been working closely with her clients to provide total muscle relaxation and rejuvenation.

Synergy

The best part of having a comprehensive team that includes both a massage therapist and a chiropractor is the way they can share information so that you have the best possible chance of staying loose, flexible, pain-free and happy.

When a patient talks with Dr. Chad and expresses a concern about muscle tightness, he can work with Amanda to make sure that any chiropractic adjustments can last longer by easing the strain on those muscles.

If what you’re looking for is an opportunity to have a manicure and pedicure that also happens to include a massage, then this isn’t going to make you happy. If you’re looking to be more comfortable, less aches and pains, and more flexibility then you have found the perfect place.

We love talking to people who never thought they would get a massage. We especially love talking to you when you’re basking in the after-glow of your first one and you say, “Why did I wait so long?”

Below Dr, Chad Anderson answers a question about if Anderson Chiropractic Center offers massage therapy.

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