15 Medical Conditions That Massage Therapy Can Treat

Mar 19, 2019 | Back Pain, General Health, Physical Therapy

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Getting a massage has become a lot more than a relaxing option you can choose from at the spa. In fact, massage therapy is proven to be an effective way to treat a variety of medical conditions. It can be an individual’s sole treatment or it may be alongside other treatments. Multiple medical studies show that massage therapy provides a lot of health benefits.

15 Conditions Massage Therapy can Help With

    1. Pain in various areas of the body like the muscles, back, neck, shoulders or knees caused by surgery, injury, or chronic conditions
    2. Migraines and headaches
    3. Sports injuries
    4. Sciatica
    5. Anxiety
    6. Stress
    7. Strains and sprains in the muscles or joints
    8. Fibromyalgia
    9. Hypertension (high blood pressure)
    10. Arthritis
    11. Recovering from surgery
    12. Breast cancer and other types of cancer
    13. Asthma and bronchitis
    14. Insomnia
    15. Cold or flu
In the short term, massage therapy can help reduce pain and promote healing. In the long run, it can help prevent the need for pain medication or surgery.

Sit at a desk all day? Our Massage Therapist in Logan can help your body counteract all that sitting you do. Believe it or not, most individuals are dealing with some kind of postural stress.  Desk workers, beware. More advanced forms of postural stress show up as pain or weakness in the lower back caused by prolonged periods of sitting. It’s time to treat yourself to a massage.

The days of only seeing massage in luxury spas are long gone. In fact, massage therapy is available in a variety of clinical settings from chiropractic offices to cancer clinics.

Massage Therapy In Logan, Utah at Spring Creek Medical Center
(435) 792-9400

If you’re ready to tap into the various health benefits available through massage therapy, Spring Creek Medical is here to help.

Get to know our in-house massage therapist at Logan Utah’s Spring Creek Medical Center!

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