- by Andrea Petersen for WallStreetJournal.com
- While massage may have developed a reputation as a decadent treat for people who love pampering, new studies are showing it has a wide variety of tangible health benefits. To read full article
The Benefits of Massage
What exactly are the benefits of receiving massage or bodywork treatments?
Useful for all of the conditions listed below and more, massage can:
Find more research and ways massage can help you…
The original instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization technique is…
FOR THE TREATMENT OF ACUTE OR CHRONIC:
The Graston site has many helpful areas of research and data here.
The Gold Standard in Soft Tissue Treatment
One of the newest, most efficacious tools in our chiropractic arsenal is the Active Release Technique (ART), hands-on manual manipulation applied directly to areas of stiffness or pain, essentially get nerves and muscles back where they belong. We’ve found it to be quick, effective way to treat a number of common musculoskeletal conditions.
Available at our office now are a comprehensive library of ART reports, each looking at the technique’s applicability toward:
Headaches – Athlete’s Knee – Shoulder Pain – Sciatica – Hip Pain – Athlete’s Shoulder – Neck Pain – Running Injuries – Back Pain – Golf Injuries – Foot Pain – Elbow Pain – Hand and Wrist Pain – Swimmer’s Shoulder – Athlete’s Ankle – Knee Pain – Padding Injuries
For Frequently Asked Questions on ART online click here.
Welcome to the Safko Research Library, our space to share with you the new findings, studies and breakthroughs that will inform our methods and treatment options. The fields of chiropractic medicine and therapeutic massage are, like any science, living, breathing and evolving things. An absolute key to our practice is staying on top of the latest developments in our fields, refine them into our own best-practices and apply them toward the most efficient treatment regimens possible. Since our practice is all about our patients, we want to share with you the research articles and published papers we’re reading so that you’re able to involve yourself as much in our health regimen as we hope to be. Click on any of these links or come into the office and ask for hard copies to discuss with us or take home with you.