Three absolutes when searching for the right massage therapist.
- First and foremost, you need to search out a clinic that has a strenuous employment process. A clinic where the massage therapist needs additional certifications and qualifications beyond what they are taught in traditional massage schooling. Chances are, if you are a seeking a good massage, you have more than a simple easy fix problem. This may seem difficult to look for or search out, but look no further… Abundant Life Chiropractic, home of massage therapy specialist Michelle Swanson BCMT, specializes in Neuromuscular Kinesthetic Integration (NKI). To keep it simple, NKI is an advanced process analyzing and working with specific muscles and ligaments so that your massage results in a long lasting correction versus a short term temporary fix.
- It is important to find an office where the massage therapist listens to you. They listen to your problem, your pain areas and the style of massage you prefer. Lets face it. When getting a massage, you can expect to pay at least something out of pocket, and nothing will grind your gears more than an hour going by and you feeling like you didn’t get the right areas worked on. Abundant Life Chiropractic massage specialist, Michelle Swanson, always focuses on the patient’s area of concern, instead of pushing her own agenda. Click here or call 952.300.8338 today to schedule your appointment with one of our top therapists.
- Find a therapist that will put you on a corrective program. The most important thing you can do is seek out a massage therapist that will do an in depth examination to determine the cause of your joint aches and muscle pains. Once the problem has been determined by your therapist, it is important that the massage therapist lays out a road map or plan for correction. Chanhassen Massage Therapy specialist Michelle Swanson always gives perfect world recommendations on how to achieve a long lasting correction with your massages.