Ginsberg Chiropractic Office in Mill Creek-Geneva Offers Massage Therapy for Back Pain

by dr.g

Ginsberg Chiropractic offers a variety of massage therapy options for back pain
sufferers. Massage not only alleviates pain, but can improve overall health and
well-being.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Geneva, IL – November 1, 2017 – The team at Ginsberg Chiropractic is pleased to announce that they
provide massage therapy for back pain sufferers.
Therapeutic muscle manipulations relieve pain and relax tense muscles while increasing circulation and
joint flexibility. Massage also lowers blood pressure, leading to reduced anxiety, better sleep, and an
enhanced sense of overall well-being.

Massage therapists use several techniques to promote soft-tissue health. For alleviating aches and
pains, Swedish massage is the most common. Myofascial release is a gentle technique that stretches
the soft tissues to provide therapeutic benefits. Trigger point therapy targets knots (also known as
trigger points) in the muscles. Dynamic massage involves deep strokes intended to reduce scar tissue
and improve range of motion. Similar to the Graston Technique, instrument-assisted soft-tissue
massage uses special tools to reduce muscle tension and fascial abrasions.

Patients can opt for 30- or 60-minute massage sessions. One of the half-hour options focuses on areas
of the body where patients feel the most tension, so those with back pain can give extra attention to
tissues surrounding the spine.

One of the 60-minute specialties that is ideal for back pain sufferers is The Works, a full-body Swedish
massage, with an emphasis on the back and extremities. The Rejuvenator is a deep-tissue massage of
the back, neck, and shoulders. Custom is another option that combines various techniques to accelerate
recovery. The chiropractor advises massage therapists on which techniques to use with each patient.
Patients may receive massage therapy in conjunction with adjustments and rehabilitation. Muscle
manipulations can augment the benefits of corrective therapies.

To learn more about massage therapy, visit http://kidchiro.com/. Members of the press and others who
have questions about this press release can fill out the form on the clinic’s website, or use the following
contact information:

Contact Information:
David A. Ginsberg
Ginsberg Chiropractic
1795 W State St, Ste. D
Geneva, IL 60134
(630) 232-6400
chirostaff@kidchiro.com

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