Here at Brixton Chiropractic and Acupuncture, we specialize in massage therapy to assist you with any pain you may be experiencing.

Massage therapy and chiropractic care complement each other. Both therapies work together, creating a synergistic effect that results in a much faster recovery time. The goal of massage therapy is to better one’s well-being. It does not just cover up the illness but rather ensures that the pain will not come back at a later date.

Massage therapy can be used as both preventive and restorative therapy. When used in combination, it will assist you in reaching your optimal health so that you can live the life you want without any limitations. Our friendly and helpful staff will work with you through any pain.

Massage therapy is great for recovering from physical injuries due to car accidents, sports injuries, or a variety of other causes. The immune system is stimulated when it is massaged. By doing massage, your body’s natural energy is able to heal itself. There will be increased blood flow to the area that is being massaged which also helps healing.

The improved circulation will help decrease the pain and stimulate the nerves. Massage therapy is the solution to your pain. There are many different types of massage therapy depending on your specific needs. The swedish massage is for relaxing the body. It will also help rejuvenate tissues and muscles. A deep tissue massage will go even deeper into the body to repair the damage.

Our licensed massage therapists are available 5 days a week. Ask for the therapist that will best suit your needs in these specialized fields:

    -Deep tissue – Sports Massage – Trigger Point

    -Swedish Massage – Prenatal Massage – Myofascial Release

    -Reflexology – Lymphatic Massage – Acupressure

*Credentials include: National Certification in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCTMB), Massage Therapy Advisory Committee for Oklahoma Health Academy, Certified Massage Therapist with Associate Bodywork and Massage Professionals (ABMP), Awarded Outstanding Massage Student specializing in Swedish and Deep Tissue Massage (Oklahoma Health Academy).

We incorporate PNF (Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation) stretching and Active Release Techniques to all of our massage treatments to release muscle tightness and improve range of motion.

If you have any questions about massage therapy, contact us today at (405) 728-4851 (Oklahoma City) or (405) 801-3665 (Norman).