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Massage Therapy in Farmington, NM

Massage therapy is a non-invasive procedure that is designed to ease pain and muscle tension while melting away your stress. It is especially helpful when you’re feeling stressed or recovering from an injury. At Life Quality Chiropractic in Farmington, NM, we have a fully qualified massage therapist available who can help you recover and heal.

Physical therapist doing massage of male's shoulder

Who Does It Help?

A massage therapy treatment assists with all kinds of aches and pains. For example, if you have a sports injury that is swollen, massage therapy can reduce the swelling and inflammation. This helps the injury to heal without painful side effects and minimizes other concerns that come with swollen body tissue. In addition to decreasing swelling, a massage will also encourage circulation to ensure that enough blood gets to your extremities, which aids in healing.

This type of therapy also assists those with chronic pain. People who suffer from migraines or other headaches may find relief through massage therapy treatment and the muscle relaxation that comes with it. Likewise, those with pinched nerves or back pain may feel rejuvenated after treatment because a soft tissue massage has encouraged their muscles to relax and let go of their tension.

Why Do We Suggest It?

Massage therapy is often a good alternative or supplement to medication or surgery. It is a natural way to encourage your body to heal on its own and is beneficial whether or not you have an underlying concern. When you visit our clinic for this type of treatment, we’ll explain how we think it can benefit you specifically and go over any questions or concerns you have.

We have different treatment options, including soft tissue massage and traction therapy, which we use depending on you and your particular needs. Please contact Life Quality Chiropractic for massage therapy in Farmington, NM, by calling us at 505-327-5086.

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