You can be pain free – naturally.
Pressure Point Therapy is a non-invasive technique used to melt away pain naturally, without drugs or surgery.
By using expert knowledge of the points in the body that store stress, Pressure Point Therapy can help relieve:
- Back pain
- Lower back pain
- Neck pain
- Headaches and migraines
- Sinus problems
- Shoulder pain
- Leg and knee pain
- Low energy
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
How does Pressure Point Therapy work?
Pressure points are specific areas of the body that are painful or tender. They are difficult to find on your own – a skilled practitioner can locate them easily and release them within about 20 minutes.
What are pressure points, exactly?
They are points where stress accumulates in the body, restricting blood flow and cutting off normal communication flow within your body. This causes stress in the body and can trigger many conditions such as headaches, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, and may include problems with your organs as well as a variety of other ailments.
When pressure points are treated, you will become aware of the tension and then feel as that tension melts away – either at the area of address or in an entirely different area of the body. Each patient reacts to pressure point therapy differently, but each patient leaves their therapy session feeling better.
Read what one patient said about Pressure Point Therapy:
“When I walked in my right shoulder was in such pain that hardly any movement would cause extreme pain. After about two months of Pressure Point Therapy and Chiropractic adjustments the pain is gone and my flexibility is almost back to normal. With the pain that intense, the thought of surgery entered my mind. So to say that I am thrilled with the results is an understatement. Thanks to the staff and especially Dusty.”
Mattingly Chiropractic would like to invite you to receive a free Pressure Point Therapy session. Simply call (314) 635-1008 right now to set an appointment, or fill out the form below and one of our staff will contact you within 24 hours to set a time for your visit.
You may also call (314) 635-1008 and speak with our receptionist to set your appointment time.