Massage for Chronic Pain
Many people still view massage as a fluffy and fancy way to relax. Massage Therapy is so much more than that. It is a wonderful tool to keep your body performing at optimal levels. In fact, it helps with reducint pain, improving flexibility and helping you to feel younger. You'll even move like you're younger!
Massage therapy is one of the many options that will help manage and alleviate chronic pain for a variety of conditions. Chronic pain can stop you from doing the things you want to or need to do, but massage therapy can help get you back to normal function. For chronic conditions, studies have suggested that more frequent massage therapy treatments, closer together might be the most effective. Often chronic pain is accompanied by symptoms of depression, anxiety, and difficulty sleeping, and massage therapy is a proven option to help manage these difficult conditions.
In 2015, 16% of American adults discussed massage therapy with their doctors and other health care providers, and about 69% of the time, their physicians and health care workers strongly recommended massage therapy and gave them a referral. Physicians were the most likely health care providers to recommend massage, but chiropractors, physical therapists, and mental health professionals also encouraged their patients to see a massage therapist.
Whether it's therapeutic massage, sports massage, CBD massage, Fire cupping, Scraping/IASTM, trigger point therapy, deep tissue massage, or Thai massage, Divine Spark is here to support you in your wellness journey.
Many medical insurance plans cover therapeutic massage now and you may be eligible for reimbursement. Check with you insurance company to see if you qualify for reimbursement. If so, you would book your appointment with Divine Spark and pay at the end of the session. Then request a special receipt from your massage therapist to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. We will email you a digital receipt within 24 hours.
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