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Massage Therapy for Sports Pain Relief

Massage Therapy for Sports Pain Relief in Scottsdale

As you search for professional massage therapy to deal with sports pain in Scottsdale, we want to help. Here at Secrest Family Chiropractic Dr. Daniel Secrest specializes in pain management using alternative treatments. Most specifically, Dr. Secrest focuses on massage therapy as a viable way to relieve muscle tension and improve healing after a sports injury. Learn more about what to expect with massage therapy by your Scottsdale chiropractor. 

Sport pain relief at Secrest Family Chiropractic

How Does Massage Help With Sports Pain Relief?

Massage therapy when it is conducted by your chiropractor can provide you with long-term pain relief. Whether you are suffering from a lack of mobility or issues with healing, we can help using massaging. By massaging the soft tissue that is associated with your sports injury, your chiropractor will begin the process of repairing muscle damage.

What can I Expect With Massage Therapy by a Scottsdale Chiropractor?

As your Scottsdale chiropractor, we use massage therapy to focus on healing and recovery. By massaging the injured area your body benefits from increased circulation and stimulation. You also experience an increase in endorphins that help provide all-natural, drug-free pain relief. Once the muscles are relaxed and the inflammation has been relieved, your body is in a stronger position to heal itself from a sports injury.

What Methods of Chiropractic Treatment Aid With Sports Pain?

At Secrest Family Chiropractic we offer specialized sports massage,  as well as traditional Swedish, deep tissue, and chair massage options. In addition to massage therapy by your chiropractor, you may benefit from other pain management methods. We use diagnostic measures including x-rays to determine the source of your pain. Dr. Secrest is also trained in a multi-disciplinary approach that includes chiropractic adjustments, as well as the Graston Technique for treating sports injuries.

Schedule a Massage at Your Scottsdale Chiropractor 

Secrest Family Chiropractic is a leading Scottsdale chiropractor doctor offering all-natural pain relief from sports injuries. We provide chiropractic care, massage therapy, and pain management. Contact our office at 480-462-5583 to schedule your sports pain relief in Scottsdale. When you call in, ask about our complimentary consultation for new patients.

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