“Massage therapy has been shown to relieve depression, especially in people who have chronic fatigue syndrome; other studies also suggest benefit for other populations. “– Andrew Weil
G E T T I N G T H E I R M E S S A G E A C R O S S
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Have you ever visited a chiropractor for a problem with pain that would not go away on its own?
If you have then you appreciate the fact that the stretching, tugging, pounding and other such therapeutic techniques and methods employed by this medical practitioner make you feel worse off than when you first walked into the office.
That being the case have you ever considered visiting a licensed massage parlor to help you mitigate your own bodily aches and pains or to just experience a break from the tensions and stresses of everyday living?
A fully licensed massage therapy office has recently opened in a nearby mall and it offers fully licensed massage therapists and reflexology practitioners services to cater to your physical aches and pains.
I reluctantly revisited my chiropractor’s office for the relief of a shoulder and neck pain. I would have visited the new office but it was still under construction.
My worst fears were confirmed. I felt worse off for having my neck stretched, shoulder-blade clobbered and elbows tucked in further than I though they should be.
There is a condition that occurs in early spring called “snow mold” that causes many folks to suffer watery eyes, runny noses and a lot of aches and pains. I am one such person. Combine that with dry air syndrome and you can appreciate the fact that any type of pain-free relief is a welcomed alternative.
The new massage clinic will offer patients a less aggressive and hopefully stress-free alternative to their plights. – gc