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New York State No Fault and Workers' Comp Accepted!

Massage was at one time a luxury treatment found at spas and salons. Today, its benefits extend into mainstream medical centers, corporate offices and chiropractic offices.

Theres a good reason for this. Taking care of soft tissue problems before they domino into more pain and discomfort just makes sense, and massage treats these issues where they often begin: in muscle tissue.

Even if you are undergoing spinal adjustment therapy for spinal subluxation, the problem is only partially treated if the adjoining muscle tissue isnt treated. Muscles that remain tight will undo the work your chiropractor has done to realign your vertebrae.



Massage is effective for low back pain, upper back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, stress, slow healing issues, and as ongoing therapy for scoliosis, sciatica, osteoarthritis and other disorders.

Massage techniques include sustained pressure and stretching to address trigger points, with a focus on practices tailored to you and your issues.


Medical massage is useful in addressing conditions such as:

Carpal Tunnel syndrome
Piriformis Syndrome
Rotator cuff injuries
Pain associated with bulged or injured spinal disks (medical massage cannot 'fix' the disk, but can help alleviate much of the pain associated with the injury).
Pain associated with pregnancy
Range of motion issues
Back and Neck pain
Plantar Fasciitis (involving pain in the foot)
Repetitive use injuries such as those listed and Tennis elbow, Golfer's elbow
Pain associated with restricted fascia
Pain associated with postural imbalances
Muscle cramps
Restless Legs Syndrome
Sports injuries
Work Injuries
Auto Injuries
Edema (swelling)
Injuries sustained in traumas such as falls or automobile accidents
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (numbness/tingling in hands/arms


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