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Massage therapy melts away stress and relaxes overworked muscles. No wonder it goes so well with chiropractic care. A regular program of massage therapy strengthens your immune system, lowers your blood pressure and improves your circulation.


Massages aren’t just an indulgence. We want you to see that they are part of living a healthy lifestyle. Alongside chiropractic care, Total Health Chiropractic offers massage therapy services in Chattanooga to help you relax, rejuvenate and recuperate.


Massage Therapy Services in Chattanooga

Here are six massage therapy services we offer in Chattanooga at our St. Elmo office.


1. Swedish Massage

This is the most common type of massage. Swedish massage relieves stress, increases circulation, lowers blood pressure, and reduces pain. It relaxes your muscles and reduces soreness, inflammation, and stiffness caused by stress. This massage can also reduce anxiety, depression and hostility, and serious illnesses.



2. Sports Therapy Massage

This massage helps prevent injury and promote recovery from sports-related injuries. We loosen your muscles, increase blood circulation, and improve flexibility before an event or workout. Stretching afterward reduces fatigue and swelling, and lowers your risk of injury.



3. Trigger Point Therapy

Trigger point therapy manually targets small tender muscle areas considered “trigger points”. This massage can help you with sports injuries and muscle tension, or even chronic pain, headaches, fatigue, and depression. This massage type includes neuromuscular therapy, which targets distant points of the body that are connected to the problem area by the nervous system.



4. Stretch Therapy

Stretch therapy helps you move better, feel better, and sleep better. It reduces the risk of injury, improves posture and range of motion, increases circulation and reduces pain, and promotes better muscle function.



5. IASTM (Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization)

This therapy uses blunt instruments to target areas of scar tissue, chronic inflammation, or degeneration. It helps restore range of motion, muscle response, and reduces pain.



6. Cupping Therapy

Cupping uses suction to increase blood flow to targeted areas. By stimulating circulation, it supports the immune system and promotes healing and relief in those areas. It also fosters detoxification.



Whether you need help sleeping, relief from stress or headaches, or increased mobility. All of these services combine to make you happier, healthier, and more energetic. Schedule your free consultation to feel how massage therapy can help you.