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Massage Therapy in Klamath Falls

Having a massage done at a spa is usually thought of as a form of relaxation, but massage therapy at a chiropractic office is different. This type of therapy is done to relieve pressure and tension that causes ongoing pain and stiffness in the back, neck or other joints. It is also used to ease anxiety, headaches and other conditions. Advanced Chiropractic offers massage therapy in Klamath Falls for those with pain caused by personal injuries, car accidents, and medical issues. We have a team of three massage therapists available to help you find relief from persistent discomfort. 

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Types of Massage Therapy Available at Advanced Chiropractic in Klamath Falls

There are different kinds of massage techniques used during massage therapy. These include deep tissue massages, which reach into the deeper layers of tissue and muscles to relieve pain. This type of massage can be used to help heal muscle damage resulting from car accidents, sports injuries or other personal injuries. Sports massages are designed to help athletes and others who participate in physical activities lower their risk of muscle tears and other injuries. These massage techniques can also be used to treat sports injuries that have occurred. Swedish massages involve more gentle movements with longer strokes and circular motions to ease muscle tension, which can be effective for upper or lower back pain. Trigger point massage targets areas that have muscle tension due to overusing the affected muscles. It is also used to target tension in areas that have been damaged from injuries. 

Benefits of Massage Therapy

Undergoing massage therapy offers a number of important benefits for those who experience chronic pain or pain that does not improve after trying conventional treatments. Massage therapy has been shown to be effective at providing relief for several conditions that cause pain, including sports injuries, headaches, soft tissue injuries and myofascial pain syndrome. It has also been used for other medical issues, such as digestive disorders, anxiety, fibromyalgia and insomnia caused by stress. 

This type of therapy offers a non-invasive treatment method for ongoing pain and is considered safe. There are only a few risks associated with this kind of therapy, but they mainly apply to those who have certain medical conditions, such as fractures, osteoporosis, bleeding disorders or deep vein thrombosis. Most people are able to have massage therapy done without experiencing any discomfort or other problems from it. When you have a massage done, the amount of time it will take and the number of times you will need to come in for treatment depend on the type of condition you have and how severe it is. 

Visit Our Klamath Falls Chiropractor

If you struggle with persistent pain that does not respond to other forms of treatment, visit our Klamath Falls chiropractor for help. Contact Advanced Chiropractic at 541-273-5433 to make an appointment with one of our massage therapists. We can help ease the pain in your joints from the past or current injuries or from underlying medical conditions.

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  • "I've been going to Dr. Yewchuck for many years. He's always been able to get my stubborn neck and back aligned every time when other Chiropractors can't. I would trust Dr. James any time when it comes to my Chiropractic needs. He adjusted my neck 2 days after having surgery and was very careful getting me on and off the adjustment table. I now live in the Rogue Valley and anytime I'm in Klamath Falls and need an adjustment his office staff always gets me in within minutes of going to the office. Dr. James and his staff are very professional and caring about your individual needs. Can't wait to use his new equipment! I would recommend Advance Chiropractor to anyone."
    Denise Alder Walker
  • "I don't know where I'd be if it hadn't been for James and his staff.....After a fatal MVA, he was able to find the injuries that neither the ER nor our doctor could at the time. He efficiently and effectively planned a course of action that got me back on the path of recovery. He's compassionate...he has knowledgeable, professional, and friendly staff. I'm proud to know him and the gals in his office.... He can certainly help you...I have no doubts about that."
    Lynn Tanner

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