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Massage Therapy

MASSAGE THERAPY

At Complete Care Chiropractic, we strongly believe in the benefits of massage therapy in conjunction with chiropractic care.  By incorporating massage therapy with chiropractic care you can reduce the tension in the body and loosen it up so that the doctor can realign different areas with more effective chiropractic adjustments.  Massage therapy has been shown to speed healing and increase range of motion. 

When a patient experiences a serious injury, they often start developing scar tissue.  This scar tissue will cause the fascia to connect to the muscles which in turn leads to pain and a loss in range of motion.  Deep tissue massage is designed to provide pain relief by targeting the connective tissues that are deep inside the body. 

We currently have 4 licensed massage therapists on staff.  We offer a variety of massages including: Deep Tissue, Swedish, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point, Relaxation, Hot Stone and Prenatal Massages to meet your specific needs.   Our massage therapists can also incorporate our rapid release tool which uses the power of high speed vibration to relax muscles and relieve minor aches and pains.   


Meet Our Licensed Massage Therapists:

  • Tara

    Tara is a graduate of East West College of the Healing Arts. She has been practicing massage therapy for 15 years. Her unique style integrates aspects of Swedish massage, Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy and Cranio-Sacral Therapy. Her massage is slow and focused with the intention of helping the body achieve a deep release and state of relaxation. She strives to make each session therapeutic for the patient by helping guide the body toward healing.

    When Tara is not massaging, her favorite pastime is spending time with her husband and 2 kids. She enjoys yoga, hiking, and cooking for lots of people. She's an avid reader who's known to read her book in the checkout line. She not only loves giving a massage, but loves to receive them as well.

  • Kanchana

    Kanchana specializes in the intuitive use of various modalities and techniques backed by the caring heart of a healer. The modalities she employs the most are deep tissue, myofascial, sports, trigger point as well as more active and assisted movement techniques including resistance and passive stretching. She's a therapist who believes in being capable in many techniques so that the needs of each client is addressed most efficiently. 

    Kanchana came to massage therapy from psychology looking for a way to truly help people live better, happier, and more able. Her sessions combine that genuine care, intuition, and knowledge of muscular patterns to offer our clients Complete Care.

    In her free time, Kanchana devotes her time to her family, nature, meditation, yoga, coffee, and spontaneous adventures!  She remains grateful to massage therapy for allowing her balanced health and the ability to help others.

  • Hayden

    Bio coming soon

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Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9:00 am

5:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am

5:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am

5:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am

5:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am

5:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am

2:00 pm

Sunday:

Emergency

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Dr. Corll is the very best Chiropractor! I have seen several Chiropractors and Dr. Corll’s attention to detail, efficiency and overall respect for his patients is profound. It is nice to enjoy going to your Chiropractor. I have recommended Dr. Corll to my friends and family and I will continue to do so!"
    Eden P.
  • "I have been going to Dr Corll for awhile now. Him and his staff make you feel at home from the minute you step in. I have referred friends and family to him. He has alleviated a lifetime worth of sins to my back!!"
    Jon B.

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