How a Massage Can Help Back Pain
9 days ago - By HealthWorks Collective
Massage therapy is recognized as a legitimate aid for easing back pain in healthcare. One study found that 88% of people that had received a massage found that it was an effective treatment for pain. Over 47 million people received a massage in 2018. The average person that did got four massages that year.
If you are suffering from pain in your back and have tried other treatment methods to alleviate it, the next thing you should do is get a massage. Massages help improve blood circulation to help sore muscles recover from physical activity, and they also relax muscles, which helps to...
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