2281 So. 67th Street

Omaha, NE 68106 US

402-331-0392

Massage Therapy FAQs

Is Chiropractic Massage Therapy Right for You?

Massage therapy offers a wealth of health benefits, both alone and alongside chiropractic adjustments. This therapeutic technique can target knotted muscles, reduce pain, boost healing, and release endorphins into the body. However, many people who are new to the massage therapy process have questions. Here are some of the most common ones we get at Godfrey Chiropractic PC in Omaha:

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What Does Massage Therapy Involve?

This technique involves the therapist manipulating the soft tissues of your body. They may use their hands, an elbow, a tool, or some combination.

What Kinds of Massages Are There?

There are dozens of kinds of massage therapy, each with its own training, techniques, and goals. Two of the most common varieties are Swedish massages and deep tissue massage.

Swedish massages focus on more superficial areas of your body, including the skin and the muscles right at the surface. Deep tissue massages, as you may have guessed, work knots deep in the muscles. They can also help release the joints.

Will the Massage Be Painful?

Massages often target sore or knotted muscles. This can be briefly uncomfortable, but should never involve severe or stabbing pain.

Even for light massages intended to boost circulation, some medical conditions could make that gentle pressure uncomfortable. Let your massage therapist know if that’s the case and they’ll work with you.

Do You Need to Undress?

Your therapist will need to have access to sore parts of your body. This generally involves their hands touching your skin.

How much clothing needs to be removed depends on what kind of massage you’re getting. A basic sports massage of a sore shoulder might require minimal undressing. Meanwhile, a back massage might require more to be taken off.

Where May You Be Massaged?

A standard massage may involve your whole body from head to toes. Chiropractic massages often target specific complaints. Your massage therapist will work in or around an area of tightness and pain. However, in many cases the discomfort you feel in one place is triggered by a muscle or skeletal imbalance somewhere else. The therapist may also work on those areas to give you greater, longer-lasting relief.

Are You Interested in Massage Therapy in Omaha?

Do you have questions that aren’t answered on this page? Are you ready to book a consultation with a chiropractor? Contact us at (732) 316-5895 or use our online form. At Godfrey Chiropractic PC, we want to provide you the comprehensive, all-natural care that you deserve.

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-12:00 pm

Saturday:

Massage only. By appt only

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonial

Review By Our Satisfied Patient

  • "The staff is awesome and exceptionally friendly, the insurance process is clearly explained, and the facility is very nice.
    The appointments themselves are also top notch. Dr Godfrey addressed all of my concerns, including taking an X-ray to verify the issue, explaining the treatment and the rationale behind it, and the steps needed going forward. The last part is what I really respected- many physicians may extend treatment for the sake of more money, but Dr Godfrey was able to give me instant relief and required minimal follow ups which, to me, is indicative of an honest and professional practitioner. Overall I would highly reccomend Godfrey's staff, treatment, and service."
    Garrett U. / Omaha, NE
  • "During and after my pregnancy, I've seen Bruce and Kate. I always feel like a new person after each visit. My daughter, age 2 has also been a client since she was an infant. I always recommend Godfrey chiropractic."
    Bree C. /Omaha, NE

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