Massage stimulates both the circulatory and lymphatic system simultaneously. It enhances the body’s capability to nourish muscle tissue and vital organs while detoxifying the body’s natural system of toxins. When you get a massage, you’ll experience a release in endorphins, the body’s natural painkiller. Massage will help restore your muscle and surrounding soft tissue to optimal condition, leaving you refreshed and feeling your best.

At Southcenter Chiropractic Massage and Rehab, we provide massage for work injury and auto injury victims. It works hand-in-hand with chiropractic care, though you can come to get a massage even if you’re not a chiropractic patient.

Why Massage and Chiropractic Are Complementary

Chiropractic releases tension in your spine. The massage therapist then works on the muscles of your body, making sure nothing tightens up. If you have massage only, you may find that your body is tight again a couple of days later. Using both may allow you to heal more quickly.

Massage works with muscles, ligaments, tendon and fascia. When you have an injury, these tense up to try to stabilize your body. Massage removes adhesions and scar tissue so your body can heal properly.


Which types of massage do you offer?

Since our focus is on massage for injuries, our therapeutic methods include trigger point therapy, transverse friction massage and more. They are designed to promote the healing of the muscles.

Who should get a massage?

Nearly anyone who has been injured can benefit from a massage. There are few contraindications to massage therapy.

I need a referral from a doctor to get a massage. Can you help me?

Yes. You can have a consultation with one of our doctors first to determine how you can benefit from a massage.

Will my massage be covered by insurance?

Massage is covered by LNI and by auto injury insurance. If you have questions about coverage, our staff will be happy to explain the details to you.