After a Car Accident: Massage in Albuquerque

Healing takes courage, and we all have courage, even if we have to dig a little to find it. ~ Tori Amos

Tori Amos is a talented musician.  She’s also very wise, as this quote shows.  Healing, especially after a traumatic event like a car accident, takes courage. Having the determination and persistence to get your body back to a place of optimum wellness is a special kind of strength.  That’s why we applaud those people who choose medical massage after a car accident.

Many times, people try to learn to ‘live with’ pain under the misguided idea that this approach is courage.  Pain is our body’s way of telling us that something is wrong. If we’re still experiencing pain days, weeks, or even months after a car accident, it’s time to take action. Dig down for that courage Tori was talking about and start healing: You will enjoy life more when you feel better!

Seeking out a skilled Albuquerque massage therapist may seem frightening, particularly if you’ve never had bodywork done before.  But you don’t need to be intimidated. The best massage therapists are skilled at working with patients of all ages, body types, and healing needs.  The goal of medical massage is to provide all natural, lasting pain relief. Your massage therapist will explain what is going to happen during the session and how it will make you feel better.  Medical massage is often prescribed by a physician, because medical massage works with the body’s natural healing systems to speed recovery.

What Types of Pain Can Be Treated With Medical Massage?

Albuquerque medical massage can be used to treat many different types of pain after an auto accident. Neck pain, back pain, lower back pain, and lingering body aches all respond well to therapeutic touch. Medical massage can help you gain flexibility, improve circulation throughout your body and enjoy increased energy levels.

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