Kelley Bell, D.C.
Low Back Pain • Hip Pain • Knee Pain • Massage
Neck Pain • Shoulder Pain • Whiplash
Headaches/Migraines • Joint Stiffness • Auto Accidents
Workers Compensation Injuries • Pinched Nerve •
Disc Injuries • Fibromyalgia • Sciatica
107 Frazier CT 1B
Georgetown, KY • 40324
Fax: 502-867-0903 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Kelley Bell
Dr. Kelley Bell completed his undergraduate studies at University of New Mexico. In 2000 he graduated from Parker College of Chiropractic. Since that time he has practiced in Washington State and Texas. He has a special interest in using stretching and strengthening to increase the response to getting adjusted.
Massage is one of the older, simplest forms of therapy and is a system of stroking, pressing and kneading different areas of the body to relieve pain, relax, stimulate, and to tone the body. Massage does much more than create a pleasant sensation on the skin, it also works on the soft tissue (the muscles, tendons, and ligaments) to improve muscle tone.
Problems in the musculo-skeletal system can impede the natural healing process, and often cause dysfunction and pain. Most chiropractic doctors would agree that it is important to treat soft tissues such as muscles and tendons to help prevent and correct subluxations, and lessen the accompanying pain. Together, chiropractic and massage provide you with a more complete and effective system of health care.
The therapeutic effects of massage are recognized by personal and clinical experience, and supported by scientific research. They include:
Local massage is often used in preparation for an adjustment. Massage relieves muscle tension and warms up the soft tissues in the area, making joints more pliable and more easily adjusted. Many chiropractors themselves (or an assistant) prepare an area with local massage.
A general massage (1/2 to 1 hour long) can also be good preparation for an adjustment. In addition to preparing the immediate area of concern, it helps you relax overall and become more receptive to other hands-on treatment.
Some find massage after an adjustment beneficial for further relaxation. With regular therapeutic massage, chiropractic adjustments may last longer.
Relaxation massage therapy is also available at our office independent of chiropractic care.
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