Massage Therapy

Work out those kinks

It was a beautiful spring day and Darlene Johnson was driving to pick up her grandsons in Gary.

All of a sudden, a huge Dodge pickup truck hit her. Before long, an emergency medical technician arrived on the scene and mistakenly placed a sheet over her, thinking she was dead.

Darlene’s daughter Nicole watched her mother suffer through a long, slow, and painful rehabilitation. She did what she could to help her mother. And Darlene is feeling good today, active in her church and at work – walking circles around many others.

This experience inspired Nicole to go to school and become a state-licensed massage therapist.

Today, state-licensed massage therapist Nicole Robinson, LMT, ABMP, works at Chiropractic Rehabilitation & Acupuncture.

What does a massage therapist do?

A massage therapist applies manipulates the soft tissues of your body – connective tissue, muscles, ligaments, skin, and tendons – with varying degrees of pressure and movement.

Ahhhh…can you feel it yet?

Nicole is trained in the complementary aspects of anatomy, physiology, and kinesiology, as well as myofascial release and trigger point therapy.

You may be interested in different types of massage therapy – chair, deep tissue, sports, Swedish and/or therapeutic. It’s a great way to relieve pain and reduce stress.

Stress can keep your immune system from working effectively and slow down wound healing.

Massage therapy can help patients cope with the pain and stress of cancer, heart disease, stomach problems, fibromyalgia, and other conditions.

What’s a simple thing you can do at home today to help work out those kinks? Throw a half-cup of baking soda in your bath water.

And call Nicole at (317) 876-7826 to book a massage.

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