How does massage work with chiropractic?

Massage Therapy is the manipulation of the muscles and other soft tissues of the body. The therapist will massage specific areas, often varying pressure and movement, using their hands and fingers. This massage is intended to relax the soft tissue, decrease muscle spasms, increase delivery of blood and oxygen to the massaged areas, and decrease pain. Addressing soft tissue problems is a vital component of chiropractic care. This is because muscles move joints, while ligaments and fascia support them. If a skeletal misalignment is adjusted without addressing the related soft tissue, your tight muscles and shortened fascia can pull your joints back out of alignment causing your problems to persist. In addition to promoting total healing, massage therapy offers many other benefits to your chiropractic care plan. Recovery is normally faster when you address multiple components of your pain syndrome by utilizing massage. Chiropractic treatment often proceeds more easily and with less discomfort when hyper-tonic soft tissue has been relaxed. You may be less anxious and better prepared to receive your chiropractic adjustments after spending time with one of our therapists. Adjustments frequently last longer when muscle tension is released, making it much easier for your body to achieve optimal health and wellness.

Benefits of Massage

  • Aids in alleviating pain and discomfort
  • Engenders profound relaxation
  • Helps to relieve muscle spasms and tension
  • Raises immune efficiency
  • Improves circulation
  • Promotes the healing of tissues
  • Increases healthy functioning of the skin
  • Offers emotional reassurance
  • Improves appearance
  • Enhances muscle tone and prevents muscular atrophy
  • Increases joint flexibility and range of motion

Massage Therapy Pricing

  • 30 minutes $40
  • 60 minutes $70
  • 90 minutes $90

Anderson Chiropractic Center Advantage

  • Full 30, 60, & 90-minute hands-on sessions.
  • One stop for all your chiropractic and massage needs!
  • No contracts!

Douglas Pekera

Licensed Massage & Bodywork Therapist (LMBT)

Douglas Pekera has been a licensed massage therapist since December 2010 after graduating from the European Massage School in Raleigh. He grew up in Upstate New York; however, he and his wife and daughter have made Holly Springs their home since February 2010. As an avid sportsman, Doug understands the stress one can inflict on the body as a result of an active lifestyle and has expertise in several modalities including Swedish, Sports, Trigger Point and Deep Tissue massage therapy. In 2014, he was chosen to provide massage therapy as part of the 2014 U.S. Open Wellness Team at the U.S. Open Men’s Golf Championship at Pinehurst.

Hannah Grindstaff

Licensed Massage & Bodywork Therapist (LMBT)

A native of Fayetteville, NC, Hannah graduated with a diploma in Massage Therapy in 2014. Before pursuing massage therapy she worked in the healthcare field for eight years. After dealing with her own health issues, Hannah became very passionate about alternative health to improve the day-to-day struggles we all have.

Hannah is certified in several modalities including Swedish, Trigger Point, Myofascial Rlease, Cupping, Prenatal and Deep Tissue massage therapy.