Best Massage Therapy Clinic in Burlington
What is Massage Therapy?
“The practice of massage therapy is the assessment of the soft tissue and joints of the body and the treatment and prevention of physical dysfunction and pain of the soft tissues and joints by manipulation to develop, maintain, rehabilitate or augment physical function, or relieve pain.” Massage Therapy Act, 1991.
How does Massage Therapy work?
On your first visit, your massage therapist will perform a thorough history and physical exam to determine which problem areas will be the focus of treatment. The physical assessment will include testing or your range of motion, performing orthopedic tests and palpation of muscles that are affected to determine problem areas and imbalances.
Based on this assessment, your massage therapist will be able to tell you the type of treatment that will be necessary for your individual condition and how long you can expect it to last. Age, activity level, severity and length of time that you have had the problem can all affect the length of your treatment.
Registered Massage Therapy
Registered Massage Therapy involves the prevention and treatment of physical dysfunction and provides relaxation to the body as well as the mind. Massage Therapy helps alleviate discomfort associated with muscles, connectives tissues, joints, tendons, and ligaments.
Why choose us for Registered Massage Therapy?
Since opening its doors, EDGAR Family Chiropractic has been providing the best-in-class massage therapy 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. Our massage therapy sessions are quite affordable and help patients in relieving pain from injury and reducing stress.
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