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Deep Tissue Massage as a Clinical Approach to Treating Spinal Injuries and Ailments

Last updated 7 years ago

A deep tissue massage is not the same thing as a relaxing back rub or part of a romantic weekend. Rather, this type of massage works deep into the muscles to help relieve pain from an injury and promote healing within the body. Let's take a look at deep tissue massage as a medical treatment for spinal injuries and back pain.

When you have back pain, either from a spinal injury or a spinal disorder, you often need a multi-pronged approach to your treatment. Your muscles may sometimes need to be relaxed to help reduce pain—this is where a deep tissue massage can be very beneficial.

A massage like this targets the deep layers of muscles that may have been injured in an accident or constricted due to a spinal disorder. These muscles must be forced to relax and return to their natural state to allow for healing and pain relief. Because an injury can cause back muscles to tighten and become stiff, it is necessary to make them more pliant and supple to allow other treatments like manual manipulation and physical therapy to be most effective. 

A deep tissue massage can be a bit uncomfortable in the first few days after you begin. Yet its benefits outweigh the potential disadvantages, and this part of treatment is crucial to unlocking the muscles so that other aspects of the plan to regain a full range of motion and end back pain can work their best. Physical therapy won't do much good if the muscles are so tight that the exercises can't be done adequately or correctly.

At SpineOne, we offer many treatment options to relieve your back pain resulting from a spinal disorder or injury. Call us at (303) 367-2225 to schedule an appointment with one of our trained experts, and let us help you get on the road to recovery and back to a life without back pain.


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