Massage Therapy in Carrollton, TX • Visit Our Licensed Massage Therapists
Massage Therapy in Carrollton, TX: Massage therapy offers many health benefits and can help everyone. While massage provides well needed relaxation, it is also very therapeutic and helps to reduce pain and inflammation in the muscles and ligaments, It also aids in the recovery from injury and workouts. Our licensed massage therapists at Trinity Integrated Medical will restore balance to the body and help our patients feel great!
We utilize massage therapy in conjunction with chiropractic care, physical therapy and other non-invasive treatment modalities in order to help our patients achieve optimal results. Our patients report feeling better and more relaxed because of our unique integrative approach. Additionally, massage therapy combined with rehabilitative care will help to increase the speed of recovery from injury.
Benefits of massage therapy at our clinic
- Provides overall wellness
- Addresses postural distortions and misalignments
- Reduces stress
- Improves sleep
- Helps depression and anxiety
- Bolsters the immune system
- Supports the body’s natural healing process
- Increases circulation
Types of massage therapy that we offer in 30 minute and 60 minute sessions
- Trigger Point Therapy
- Swedish Massage
- Deep Tissue Massage
- Sports Massage
- Pre-Natal Massage
- Geriatric Massage
BOOK YOUR APPOINTMENT WITH OUR INTEGRATED MEDICAL PRACTICE
Our philosophy for treatment is simple. We treat our patients just like they were family! We encourage them to live a more healthy lifestyle with an emphasis on movement. We believe that motion is the key to life. When you’ve lost your motion, you’re not really living. We address not only your aches and pains with our treatments, but your overall function is our concern as well. We strive to treat everyone the way we would want to be treated.
Our mission is to raise up a healthy community without the use of needless drugs and surgeries, educating them in the proper care of the human frame and its role in the prevention of disease.