Who doesn’t enjoy the changing of the Seasons? Back to school is everywhere and the changing of the leaves are a beautiful reminder of the holidays to come. But for most American’s, Fall means one thing. The start of Football season. From pee-wee sports to the NFL, players of all ages and skill levels are prone to injuries and when not treated properly, these injuries can lead to lifelong suffering. I’m sure most of us have heard Uncle Bob or Grandpa Bill complaining about this ache or that pain and the crux of it always seems to stem from some old football injury or at least that’s the way it was in my family.
At WellCore Health and Chiropractic we have seen firsthand how massage therapy is a remarkable technique for injury rehabilitation. It’s natural, completely safe and incredibly effective. Plus, it feels great too! Sports massage uses specially developed techniques to accelerate the healing process, help athletes recover faster and more fully while preventing re-injury and long-term complications.
So this Thanksgiving as you sit around the table listening to your relatives complain about their aches and pains be sure to suggest a visit with our Hillsboro Sports Massage team! Who wouldn’t enjoy an hour-long therapeutic massage with scientifically backed health benefits? From pee-wee sports, to current athletes to the long-retired football player, all athletes can benefit from the healing power of massage. Why not consider massage gift certificates for the athlete in your life? It’s hard to find a better gift for those you care about than increased health and wellness.
To learn more about how sports and sports injury massage can improve your game or simply help you feel better after the fact, please call the WellCore Health and Chiropractic Clinic at (503) 648-6997 or Book Online!
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