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How Can Massage Be Medically Beneficial?
Massage therapy helps you relax, re-align and rejuvenate. There are many positive aspects to receiving massage therapy on an ongoing basis, and with the busy lives we lead, we can all benefit from extra stress management.
More and more people are turning to therapeutic massage treatment to provide relaxation, relieve tension associated with the daily stresses of their busy lives, or simply to help maintain good health and achieve a balanced lifestyle.
There are so many healthy benefits to receiving massage therapy on a regular basis!
1. We Can Help relieve Tension
Signature Massage provides opportunities for tension relief, clearer thinking, and emotional balance as a result of our therapeutic massages. Taking the time to for yourself is beneficial for not only you, but those you care for in the home.
2. We Can Help Improve Your Value at Work
The health benefits of massage can help forestall illness reducing lost work time, improve decision-making and job performance, and provide for clearer focus and more energy.
A hint for the boss: Research shows employees exhibit less stress and improved performance when given twice-weekly, 15-minute massages in the office! Call a Signature Massage location to host a free chair massage in your workplace.
A hint for the employee: Experience also shows that a one-hour massage has the same relaxing and stress-relieving benefits as a two-day vacation. When you don't have time to leave for two days, let your body take a healthy and relaxing vacation with a one-hour massage at Signature Massage.
3. We Can Help Relieve Existing Conditions
Those with pre-existing health conditions can continue to reap benefits of massage therapy. Massage Therapy and Chiropractic care compliment each other as the spine and all of it's neurological functions are related. Often times, massage therapy is part of your chiropractic treatment plan!