Massage Therapists
Massage therapy helps with pain management, relaxation, and relieving stress and tension. At KaiZen Medical Group, located in Scottsdale, Arizona, massage is an integral part of your total therapy plan. Dr. Steve Hruby and his team of health providers collaborate with certified massage therapists to ensure you’re getting the best possible treatment.


KaiZen Medical Group

How does massage at KaiZen Medical Group differ from a regular massage clinic?

At a standard massage clinic, the massage therapist only knows what you tell him. He may address areas of soreness or pain, but won’t have a comprehensive picture of your complete health background and needs.

At KaiZen Medical Group, massage therapists can review scans and X-rays as well as discuss your therapy with the entire medical and rehabilitation team. This ensures your massage therapy is therapeutic, targeted, and effective. It becomes part of a total-body, wellness treatment plan.

Why is massage an important part of my treatment?

If you’ve come to KaiZen Medical Group due to back pain or injury, chances are you’ve developed tight muscles to compensate. Massage can help you work through this compensatory tightness. While chiropractic or amniotic allograft gets at the source of your problem, massage will ease some of the symptoms. It’ll help you regain full range of motion.

For patients with inflammation and chronic pain, massage can offer relaxation and stress release. Massage can also promote circulation and muscle function, possibly reducing pain.

What are the benefits of massage?

Massage helps relieve physical and mental distress. It releases muscle knots, boosts circulation, relaxes you, and eases tight muscles and connective tissues.  

It’s an amazing adjunct therapy for:

  • Digestive disorders
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Headaches
  • Sports injuries
  • Tendon injuries and other soft tissue strains and sprains

Massage isn’t a replacement for your other therapies at KaiZen Medical Group — it’s part of your comprehensive treatment plan.

Who is a good candidate for massage?

Most people benefit from massage. If you have a condition, such as a bleeding disorder or fractures, the doctors and massage therapists won’t recommend the treatment. But, people with joint pain and fibromyalgia definitely benefit from this hands-on therapy.

Athletes of all ages benefit from massage as it increases energy, mobility, and vitality. If injuries go unaddressed, degeneration causes inflammation, chronic disease, and pain.

Don’t feel like you have to live with pain today or that pain is an inevitable part of your future. Use massage as part of your entire regenerative, rehabilitative, and preventive therapies.

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