Chiropractic Adjustments Over Massage

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A majority of individuals experience symptoms of back pain or neck pain, as a result of trauma from an injury or an undiagnosed condition, frequently ask themselves whether seeking chiropractic care or massage therapy would be beneficial to treat any complications. The fact is, a combination of both can be beneficial for treating many injuries and conditions.

The muscles attach to the bones through a variety of tendons housed within the human body while the nerves role is to control the muscles even when these become tight and contract. Considering the structure of the body, receiving a chiropractic adjustment as treatment for an injury or condition first can greatly help with the symptoms. Once a person is under regular chiropractic care and the spine, along with other bones and tissues of the body, start moving and functioning as they should, then receiving a massage would serve as a great addition to chiropractic treatment.

Daily motions of the body should normally be smooth, pain free, and can be achieved with ease, but if discomfort and other symptoms such as pain start up, there could be a complication with your skeleton and chiropractic treatment would be the best choice for you.

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The spine is a complex structure surrounded by muscles, tendons, ligaments, and other tissues in order to support the human body. Therefore, the optimal health of the spine is important and when an injury or condition causes spinal complications, seeking chiropractic care can help. For more information, please feel free to ask Dr. Jimenez or contact us at (915) 850-0900.

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