What Does Massage Actually Accomplish?
Many people get massages to pamper themselves, de-stress, and relax. There's so much more to it than that.
Massage therapy is a way of manipulating the body’s soft tissues (muscles, ligaments, and tendons) to help improve function and reduce pain. Massage creates a heightened supply oxygen and nutrients to the muscle tissue, improving its ability to move and relax. This will lower pain, discomfort, muscle spasm, and stress.
The following conditions may benefit from massage:
- neck injuries such as whiplash
- sport and work-related injuries
- overuse/repetitive strain
- back injuries
- arthritic pain
- post fracture
Meet Our Massage Therapist
Shanice Bell, LMP
Shanice Bell is a licensed massage therapist Registered Massage Therapist with the College of Massage Therapists.
She also has her background in Physical Therapy. Shanice has experience in treating and rehabilitating patients with orthopedic conditions, neurological conditions pediatric conditions and in treating expectant mothers. She provides patient specific treatments including wide range of manual therapy techniques, postural correction, pain management and remedial exercise and hydrotherapy.
She provides deep tissue, soft tissue massages and relaxation massage, which will help in improving quality of life, and help in building resilience to stress.
Call Us Today
If you are suffering from pain in your head, neck, back, shoulders, or legs, give our office a call today to find out how we can help you. Our team of chiropractors and specialists will help you get back to living a pain-free life.