Massage Therapy in Little Rock

Chiropractic Little Rock AR Faulkenberry Massage

Massage Therapy Techniques In Little Rock

If you’re looking for a relaxing massage in Little Rock, AR, you’ve come to the right place. Our Little Rock massage therapists specialize in a wide variety of massage sessions specifically designed to reduce tension, increase circulation and soothe sore muscles. Our licensed Little Rock massage therapists have over 50 years of combined experience and are trained in different techniques such as Swedish, Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Sports Massage, Trigger Point Therapy, and Neuromuscular. We even offer Prenatal/Pregnancy Massages for expecting moms in Little Rock, AR. Whether you’re looking for a classic deep tissue massage or a custom, full-body session, Faulkenberry Chiropractic in Little Rock is here for you.

Natural treatment for Sore Muscles, Back Pain & Headaches

A massage in Little Rock not only helps relax muscles but also effectively reduces the anxiety and mental stress that can cause or exacerbate headaches. Regular ongoing Little Rock massage therapy can also help with many problem areas, including:

Headaches: Since many tension headaches and migraines are accompanied by neck pain, headache sufferers find that manual therapies such as massages offer relief from headache pain and related symptoms. By easing tension, there is less pressure on the nerves and blood vessels that supply them; thereby improving circulation and relieving pain.

Osteoarthritis: In a clinical trial looking at the effectiveness of massage for knee osteoarthritis, participants who received a one-hour massage one to two times a week had improvements in pain, stiffness and function.

Chronic Pain Arthritis: A deep tissue massage in Little Rock help alleviate pain associated with muscle inflammation or back pain. For some, massage has proven to be more effective and useful than daily prescriptions or other medications, as it helps increase blood flow. In addition, it also reduces inflammation in the affected area. The firm pressure eases the pain and alleviates tension, loosening tightness and buildups of painful lactic acid that accumulates with repeated stress of muscles.

Auto Accidents: Even a small fender bender can cause long term back and neck pain. You may feel frustrated and overwhelmed at your inability to do your regular activities. With chiropractic therapy and adjustments; Deep tissue massage can help you get back on your feel and enjoying your normal day to day activities.

Fibromyalgia: Massages are actually one of the most beneficial treatments for fibromyalgia pain and fatigue. In fact, in a survey completed by fibromyalgia sufferers, massage therapy was rated the best treatment option by an overwhelming margin. Sufferers reported a 38% decrease in pain symptoms after receiving just ten 30 min massage sessions. They also reported a significant decrease in sleep difficulties: they began sleeping for longer periods at a time and were disturbed less by sleep disorders in one study. Its theorized that during massage therapy, the central nervous system is stimulated, which in turn promotes the production of pain-blocking hormones such as serotonin, endorphins and norepinephrine. These are naturally occurring hormones found in the body that when released block the pain signals from reaching the brain and stop pain. This could be one reason why massage therapy brings such immense relief.

Relief & Wellness in Little Rock AR

Coming in for a massage one to two times a week can give you all of these benefits and help you recover from Injury and soreness. Maintenance visits greatly help your body to maintain its health. If you are someone who has a busy work life, travels a lot or who just has a lot of stress in life, a monthly or even bi-monthly deep tissue massage in Little Rock can do wonders for your long-term relaxation; mood and chronic pain.

Make an appointment with one of our Therapists today!


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Faulkenberry Chiropractic

11125 Arcade Drive #D
Little Rock, AR 72212

Phone: (501) 225-1371