Portland, OR -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/30/2018 -- For over a decade, Auto & Work Injury Center's therapeutic professionals have helped thousands of individuals recover from their auto accidents with various massage therapy techniques in and around the Portland, OR, area. It takes years of experience in the car accident massage therapy field to know how each type of massage works to reduce the pain and tension associated with a car crash. Auto & Work Injury Center accepts all walk-ins, and no referrals are necessary for any of their services.
After a car accident, it's not unusual for accident victims to make frequent visits to their local chiropractor's office to ease some of the lingering pain and stiffness. However, recent studies have shown that getting a massage post car accident is effective in treating both physical and mental trauma. A professional massage from a reputable work injury and chiropractic center will not only speed up recovery time, but reduce the feelings of pain after just a couple of sessions.
At Auto & Work Injury Center, the office massage therapists are trained and certified to perform a variety of massages and other post-accident treatments including Swedish massages, deep tissue massages, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, and massage cupping. Even if the car accident was only minor, Auto & Work Injury Center still recommends scheduling a massage appointment, as most of the time insurance covers the cost anyways.
Those interested in learning more about all of the car accident massage therapy options available at the Portland, OR, Auto Work & Injury Center facility should dial 503-376-9443.
About Auto & Work Injury Center
For the past decade, Auto & Work Injury Center has provided Oregon with quality massage, acupuncture, chiropractic, and physical therapy. Specializing in those who have been injured in a car accident or workplace incident, they treat those patients at no cost with 100% coverage.
For more information, visit http://www.accidentchiropractorportland.com/.
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