Medical Massage Therapy in Irving, TX

At Southwest Pain Management, Most pain that we see also has a muscular component to it. A majority of pain management providers will only treat the pain itself, and not treat the muscle around the pain, to prevent the pain from coming back. We treat the spine, the muscle, the joint, and the surrounding area in general to stop the pain from coming back at all.

Medical Massage Therapy focuses on:

Call or book an appointment online today to find out how Medical Massage Therapy could help you.

About Massage Therapy

Medical Massage uses the following:

  • Active Release Therapy
  • Cupping Therapy
  • PNF Stretching Therapy
  • Trigger Point Therapy
  • Myofascial Release

Medical massage therapy will often be provided as an adjunct therapy.

Spa massage and medical massage may feel similar but the technique is different.

During the spa massage the technique focuses on relaxation.

A medical massage therapist will use a broader set of therapies will use a broader set of techniques to cover more overall health and recovery of the muscles.

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