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Re: massage therapy in addition
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Re: massage therapy in addition

The muscles need to be tight so your adjustments will hold. The reason the muscles are tight to begin with is because your body is trying to protect the subluxation from further injury. I know it feels great but loose muscles will only delay the healing process. Nothing against massage therapy, it's just not a great combination with chiropractic. If you insist on massage during your time with the chiropractor, you should not have any massage therapy at least 24 hours before and 24 hours after your adjustments.
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