Massage TherapistRelax with a full body massage at Spring Creek Medical Center in Logan, UT
Meet our Massage Therapist!
A massage therapist is a trained and licensed professional that practices the manual, or hands-on, movement of soft body tissues to enhance a person’s well-being. (Soft body tissues include muscle, connective tissue, tendons, and ligaments.)
For thousands of years, massage therapists have used massage to relieve pain. More recently, a focus on the rehabilitation of sports injuries and overall reduced stress has been developed. Massage therapy can help with the physical – like blood circulation – and the mental – like tension caused by anxiety and depression. Take advantage of our massage therapist in Logan, UT to achieve a better life!
Spring Creek Medical Center’s massage therapist manipulates the superficial and deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue by using a wide variety of techniques. Massage therapy enhances function, aids in the healing process, and promotes relaxation and general well-being. It is an important aspect in both restorative and preventative health care.
Enjoy A Relaxing Full-Body Massage in Logan, Utah
Our trained and certified massage therapists provide either 30-minute or 60-minute full body massages that will leave you relaxed and refreshed.
Our new office is quiet, comfortable, and provides the perfect setting for your next massage. We are located just south of Logan in Providence, Utah, and look forward to seeing you in our office soon!
The Benefits of Seeing Our Logan UT Massage Therapist
Getting a massage in Logan – regardless of how often – is very relaxing for both your mind and body. However, getting frequent massage treatments can be even more beneficial as an overall healthcare aid. Read on to discover a few of the benefits associated with regular massage therapy.
One way in which frequent massage can improve your quality of life is by alleviating stress. Experts say more than 90 percent of disease is stress-related, and nothing ages us faster – inside or out – than the effects of stress. Taking advantage of our Logan massage therapy is a great way to take charge and help with the stress. Frequent massage can reduce stress and improve the health of both your body and mind.
In many ways, massage therapy is a form of preventative healthcare. Yes, it can address current injuries and pain, but when those who are already healthy, or trying to be healthy, take advantage of massage therapy on a regular basis, it helps us live a proactively healthier life. It’s best to discuss your needs when you come in for your massage so that we can create a plan of frequency that meets your needs.
“Ultimately when one feels good, our whole being follows suit on all other levels – i.e., decision-making is better, processing life events is better, and being happy is easier when you are not in pain or feeling ‘heavy’ or ‘tight.'”
Increased Body Awareness
According to Benny Vaughn, sports massage expert and owner of Athletic Therapy Center, one of the benefits of consistent and regular massage therapy is better flexibility. Quite simply, frequent massage also puts you more in tune with your body. “The consistency of massage therapy over time creates a cumulative stress reduction effect,” Vaughn says. “The person becomes acutely aware of stress within their body long before it can create stress-driven damage.”
He says the consistency of receiving regular massage therapy has the potential to create the cumulative effect of feeling well and feeling better.
Take advantage of some of the best massage therapy Logan UT has to offer.
Give us a call today or click the link above to schedule an appointment.
267 Spring Creek Pkwy Providence, UT 84332
Monday - Thursday:
8:00 am – 6:00 pm
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Spring Creek Medical Center successfully treats back pain, neck pain, knee pain, arthritis, headaches and migraines and has helped many individuals live a pain-free life. Our chiropractor, physical therapist, massage therapists and nurse practitioner proudly serve all of Cache Valley, including Logan, Providence, Smithfield, Nibley, Hyrum and North Logan, Utah.