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Spinal Decompression and Stretching Massage Chairs


Spinal decompression or spinal traction in days of old looked more like torture devices than therapy but today there are many traction devises employed by physical therapists and chiropractors including massage chairs. According to, “spinal traction is a form of decompression therapy that relieves pressure on the spine. It can be performed manually or… read more

Tis The Season for Tension Headaches


Do tension headaches have a season? Maybe not. But tension runs especially high at some times of year, creating headaches. And a trip to your massage chair can help! Why Now? Every day at this time of year, most of us are multitasking. Yes, “the holidays” are multiple and demanding. We may be shopping. We… read more

Massage Eases Discomfort of Seasonal Allergies Year-Round


Massage Eases Discomfort of Seasonal Allergies Year-Round Usually, we think of spring as allergy season. Yes, all the blooming plants and their release of pollen are the cause of much misery. But truly, there isn’t a single allergy season. And as winter approaches, the irritants come from other sources. And your massage chair is a… read more

All the Way to ALS, Massage Relieves Chronic Pain

chronic pain

If you enjoy a relatively pain-free life, take a moment to Imagine living with chronic pain. You wake up every morning after a night where you might not have gotten very much sleep. You know that your day will involve pain, and you may not even know where to expect it. But often in several… read more

Massage Chairs for Dentists—and For You

massage chairs for dentists

What could massage chairs have to do with dentistry? Odds are, you’re not a dentist. But odds are you know a dentist, that you visit one at least once a year. So listen. Dentists spend hours bending over their patients, looking at their teeth and gums. They spend considerable time each day reviewing x-rays, examining… read more

Massage Can Help with Seasonal Affective Disorder


Massage Can Help with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) We recently wrote about how massage chairs can help anyone overcome the impact—physical and emotional—created by the shift away from daylight savings. After the time change, after the clocks and your body have adjusted, there is a long winter season ahead— a time which affects one in… read more

Post-Surgical Massage: When and How


So, you’re going under the knife. You anticipate an extended recovery that includes medication, bed rest, and physical therapy. Should you include massage therapy in your regimen? Yes, you should! According to a major review of 16 existing studies published in September 2016 in the journal Pain Medicine, massage therapy can effectively reduce the severity of… read more

Losing Sleep Over Your Insomnia? Try a Massage Chair

Insomnia and massage chairs

The prevalence of insomnia— trouble either falling asleep or staying asleep—is staggering. More than 30 percent of American adults suffer from occasional bouts of insomnia, and 10 percent of Americans experience chronic insomnia. In the latter case—chronic insomnia is poor sleep every night or most nights for more than six months—the seemingly endless cycle can… read more

Massage Away Anxiety

Massage Away Anxiety

Massage Away Anxiety! Anxiety varies in intensity and duration for different people and can be debilitating for anyone. While chronic, intense or prolonged periods of anxiety should always be referred to a health care professional, those of us who suffer from occasional bouts of worry and stress can find relief in massage. Massage chairs, for… read more

Massage Chairs Bring Relief of Spinal Stenosis

In response to our recent post about the benefits of massage chairs for aching legs and feet, a client wrote us with a question about a source of very specific and troubling chronic pain: spinal stenosis. For those lucky enough to be unfamiliar with the condition, lumbar spinal canal stenosis is a narrowing in the… read more

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