Chiropractic and massage therapy work very well together. So much so, that it is not unusual for chiropractors to employ or lease space for massage therapists in their own offices.

Several people have visited a massage therapist to relieve stress or deal with chronic neck or back pain problem. When they do not get enough of their eternal support searching, they went to see a chiropractor.

While a chiropractor can work wonders move the spine and the function returns to normal, some patients end up missing their regular massage. They begin to think that they are "cheating" on the chiropractor and nervous about whether or not they even have to mention their visit.

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Your chiropractor will usually be very glad you see a massage therapist (depending on your condition). While the chiropractor adjusts the spine to affect the nerves and surrounding soft tissues (including muscle), they may not be able to spend half an hour or an hour you may need to really get our muscles relax.

You have a professional massage and relax every muscle stiffness and spasms will help the chiropractor's ability to provide a more relaxed, spinal adjustments pain free. The more tense the muscles when physicians manage the adjustment, the less comfortable it can be. From a long-term stand point, Chiropractors also pleased to have increased blood flow and relaxing the muscles as well.