True Potential Chiropractic offers massage therapy in Beaverton


Beaverton, Oregon –

True Potential Chiropractic, a chiropractic massage provider that Beaverton residents can benefit from, would like to point out that they offer personalized massages through their Registered Massage Therapists (LMTs). CMLs are able to use a variety of methods to improve overall health and well-being. Each of their LMTs has expertise in deep tissue rehabilitation modalities; are sensitive to the specific needs of all genders, ages, cultures, races and ethnicities; use methods that recover and improve function and range of motion; can offer homework coaching during and after the session; and provide in-depth instruction on self-care techniques.

True Potential Chiropractic’s LMTs have often helped patients recover from various life challenges and collaborate with their chiropractic physicians to provide therapy for joint and muscle imbalances, dysfunctions and compensations, such as stroke. rabbit and other car accident injuries; strains, sprains and muscle cramps; temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders; headaches, back pain and neck pain; and traumatic injuries like slips and falls.

Each LMT can choose from different modalities, such as: craniosacral therapy, cupping, aromatherapy, trigger point therapy, deep tissue massage, myofascial release, decompressive taping, sports massage, Swedish massage and prenatal massage. A massage therapist can also augment the massage experience by adding aromatherapy, cupping, and kinesio tape.

Aromatherapy is a holistic healing method that uses natural plant extracts to improve health and well-being. Aromatherapy works through skin absorption and smell by applying products such as aromatic spitzers, diffusers, lotions, creams, and body oils. Cupping is an ancient method that uses suction to stretch the fascia of the body to allow fresh blood to flow deeper into the muscles efficiently and gently. Improved blood flow can lead to improved overall function, recovery, and performance of fascia, muscles, joints, and the lymphatic system. The cupping pressure can be adjusted according to the sensitivity of the patient. And massage therapists can also provide kinesio-taping or K-tape, which offers a way to gently and continuously open the fascia for a few days. K-tape can be used to prolong the effectiveness of cupping therapy or as a complementary service after a massage therapy session.

They would also like to dispel various myths regarding massage therapy. These include the belief that: all massage therapists should be the same; the massage must be painful for it to work; and a bad massage experience is due to a bad massage therapist. It is important to communicate to the massage therapist their preferences before the start of the massage, with regard to pressure, musical preferences, types of lubrication, the “comfort” of the draping, the heat of the table and the ambient temperature, position , cradle position, and amount of verbal communication.

Founded in 2013, True Potential Chiropractic is committed to providing lifestyle care to everyone, especially family members. This chiropractic clinic has become one of the leading providers of family remedial care Beaverton residents can trust. Dr. Bryen Bell established the clinic to offer non-drug solutions as a primary healthcare delivery option. Shortly after relocating to the Pacific Northwest in the summer of 2013, Dr. Bell founded a fully computerized and modern corrective care family wellness center in Beaverton, Oregon. It is a practice of sports rehabilitation and family chiropractic to help patients achieve better well-being and health, depending on maintenance and prevention, instead of offering treatment only. after a health problem is already present, such as pain, illness or disability. He uses a wellness philosophy based on the six laws of the human body, which are: diet, exercise, mindset, alignment, stress management and rest.

When in need of a sports chiropractor, Beaverton residents can visit the True Potential Chiropractic website or contact them by phone or email. They are open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. then from 2 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays; and 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Saturday.


For more information about True Potential Chiropractic, contact the company here:

True chiropractic potential
Dr Bryen Bell
[email protected]
8283 SW Cirrus Drive
Building 15
Beaverton OR, 97008


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