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Cincinnati Massage Therapy Services

Why Massage Therapy?

An increasing number of research studies show massage therapy reduces heart rate, lowers blood pressure, increases blood circulation and lymph flow, relaxes muscles, improves range of motion, and increases endorphins (enhancing Chiropractic treatment). Although therapeutic massage does not increase muscle strength, it can stimulate weak, inactive muscles and, thus, partially compensate for the lack of exercise and inactivity resulting from illness or injury. In addition, Cincinnati massage therapy can hasten and lead to a more complete recovery from exercise or injury.

While chiropractic focuses on the relationship between the spine and its impact on the nervous system, massage therapy focuses on the 650 muscles of the body. Both disciplines work together to help keep the body in proper alignment, balance and function. Call our Cincinnati office at (513) 451-1115 so that we may explain this further and see if massage therapy is right for you!

Overall, massage therapy in Cincinnati compliments chiropractic care by relaxing tense muscles that are aggravating subluxations. Chiropractic care corrects the spine and restores the nervous system. Combining massage therapy with chiropractic care is rejuvenating. It restores balance to the our body and being, making us better equipped for what life throws our way.

Delhi Chiropractor

Robin Thornhill – Massage Therapist

A Delhi Township resident for 37 years, Robin graduated from Oak Hills High School in 1990 and with a B.A. from The College of Mount St. Joseph in 1994. She has been a patient of Dr. Jones’ for over 15 years, after a series of back injuries left her with chronic pain issues.

Her life path unexpectedly changed when Dr. Jones convinced her to see if adding massage to her treatment could help her with pain management and mobility. Between Dr. Jones’ chiropractic care and regular treatment from a massage therapist, her condition greatly improved. After experiencing the difference massage made with her own chronic pain issues, she decided to share her discovery with others. July 2008, she received her Massage Therapist license from The State of Ohio Medical Board, after graduating from SHI Integrative Medical Massage School. She is also a member of The American Massage Therapy Association.

When the chance to work out of Dr. Jones’ office presented itself, she jumped at the chance. Not only did it seem fitting to work with the very person that put her on this life course, but the complementary nature between massage and chiropractic, muscles and joints, made this the perfect choice.

Ohio State Medical Board Certified Massage Therapist Robin Thornhill is available by appointment for “in-office” massage. Call (513) 451-1115 to schedule your relaxing massage therapy session today!