Best Massage Therapy Clinic in Burlington
What is Massage Therapy?
Massage therapy is the manipulation of soft tissues including muscles, connective tissues, tendons, ligaments and joints of the body. This clinically oriented treatment successfully alleviates the discomfort associated with everyday stress as well as acute and chronic pain conditions.
How does Massage Therapy work?
During your first visit to our clinic, our experienced registered massage therapists will perform a thorough history and physical examination to determine the physical state of your body and analyze the problem areas that will need the most focus. Following a detailed history, they will assess for a range of motion, perform orthopedic tests, and finally palpation of the muscles and joints. Based on the results of the exam, they will communicate diagnosis and recommend and administer the appropriate treatment.
Registered Massage Therapy
Registered Massage Therapy treats physical dysfunction and also provides relaxation to the body and mind. It helps in alleviating the discomfort and pain associated with muscles, connectives tissues, joints, tendons, and ligaments. Massage therapy can also decrease the risk associated with other body stress such as hypertension, cardiac arrhythmias, anxiety, insomnia, persistent fatigue, digestive disorders, psychological issues, etc.
Choose the right Registered Massage Therapist
Whether your needs and goals are to reduce muscle tension, attain relief from chronic pain, or enhance your overall well-being, it is very important to choose the right registered massage therapist. At EDGAR Family Chiropractic in Burlington, we have a team of trained and experienced massage therapists, who specializes in areas of sports injury, motor vehicle accident, acute and chronic neck, and back pain, pregnancy care and work-related injuries.
Burlington Massage Therapy can help with many conditions including but not limited to:
- Reducing stress
- Painful or tight muscles
- Delayed muscle soreness
- Pain or tingling in arms or legs
- Repetitive strain injuries
- Old chronic injuries
- Prevention of new injuries
- Pain or restriction in joints
- Post fractures
- Effects of forced inactivity
- Improve circulation
- Fluid retention
- Pregnancy symptoms
- Sciatic pain syndrome
- Migraine Headaches Treatment