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5 Huge Health Benefits of Deep Tissue Massage

Written By Smith Chiropractic on July 21, 2021

Massage TherapyStudies show that massage benefits people of all ages, both manual therapy and deep tissue. As for deciding between the two, it all depends on what your body needs at the moment.

Dr. Ammon Jacobson of Smith Chiropractic in Colorado Springs offers both manual and deep tissue massage therapy with a specialty in trigger point release. There are many health benefits of massage. Here are the top five.

The Benefits of Massage

Muscle Health - Muscles need to be loose and strong to achieve optimal health. The challenge is it’s easy to get tight and knotted. Our massages safely stretch muscles, reduce pain, and boost blood flow.

Pain Reduction - Whether chronic pain, an injury or a health condition, massage alleviates tension through various techniques.

Stress Relief - Stress creates full-body tension, often growing acute in specific areas, like the back and neck, and spikes cortisol levels. Massage helps your body swap out cortisol for the soothing relaxation hormone called oxytocin.

Joint Health - All the time spent sitting in front of a computer is unhealthy for the spine and your joints, causing tightness and loss of flexibility among other issues. Massage works out the stiffness, restores range of motion, and helps your body keep your joints well lubricated.

Musculoskeletal Conditions - Deep tissue massage provides pain relief and empowers the body to recover from many painful conditions like sciatica, chronic back pain and fibromyalgia.

Enjoy Expert Deep Tissue Massage Therapy in Colorado Springs

Dr. Jacobson offers a fresh and energetic approach to treatment and care. He continually expands his clinical knowledge to provide the best treatment available to his patients. Dr. Jacobson aims for correction and works to truly return patients to daily functionality and an increased quality of life.

He believes in encouraging his patients to lead active lifestyles and to participate in their own care. It is his belief that health is cumulative, and that both the physician and patient have to work together to accomplish and maintain health.

Have questions or need to schedule an appointment? Call Smith Chiropractic at (719) 390-5404 or go online and fill out our contact form.

Posted In: Chiropractic Massage Therapy