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Massage Therapy in Denton

While many people associate massage with relaxation in a dim lit room, at Denton Sports Chiropractic massage is utilized as an injury prevention and recovery tool for your active lifestyle. Massage therapy aims to reduce pain and decrease muscle tension/trigger points, which can help to improve range of motion and increase circulation.
Whether you’re an avid CrossFitter, weekend warrior, occasional golfer or regular runner, you’ll likely experience an injury or pain at some point. The bodywork we offer athletes can help reduce pain, inflammation and swelling.

person getting back massage

Addressing An Array of Issues

At Denton Sports Chiropractic, we are well versed in a variety of massage techniques including:

Not only is she certified in advanced massage techniques, she also holds certifications in myofascial release, cupping, Graston Technique, and taping that she incorporates into her massage appointments. Our therapist is highly proficient in providing care for an array of conditions, including sports injuries. They are also well versed in medical massage techniques, and we pride ourselves on getting to the root cause of your issue. Therefore, we consider our massage to be rehabilitative and therapeutic.

Get to Know Our Therapists

Perla Wolf, LMT, MMP

perla After serving in the Marine Corps, I moved back to Texas and enrolled in massage school. I have certifications in deep tissue, trigger point, myofascial release, cupping, IASTM, taping, PNF, ART, and MAT techniques. I’m also certified in lymphatic drainage, prenatal massage, and have completed the medical massage practitioner course. Currently, I’m attending the University of North Texas for my bachelor’s in kinesiology. I look forward to furthering my massage knowledge and skills. Read more »

Shellie Jackson, LMT, MMP

shelieI got into massage as I’m passionate about helping people. Previously, I worked with the mentally disabled at a living facility, which I truly loved. While living in Florida, I attended massage school and now have certifications in deep tissue, trigger point, myofascial release, IASTM, taping, and PNF techniques. I’m also certified in lymphatic drainage, prenatal massage, and bamboo massage, and have completed the medical massage practitioner course. Read more »

Frequently Asked Questions

When should I get a massage?

You can get a massage anytime. Many of our patients prefer massage prior to their chiropractic visit to help relieve tension. Our athletes also utilize massage therapy for recovery and maintenance for training.

Do I have to disrobe?

We let people undress to their comfort level. Some clients elect to undress completely while others choose to leave their underwear or other clothing on. You will always be covered or draped at all times to keep you comfortable. Only the area being worked on will be exposed. You should always let the therapist know if you feel uncomfortable at any time during your session.

Is there anything I should do after my visit?

It is recommended that you drink plenty of water following your session to help flush out your system and clear toxins from your body. Naturally occurring toxins accumulate in your muscles from daily wear and tear. During massage, these toxins can be released into your body. Drinking plenty of water before and after your session not only helps detoxify your body, but also helps aid in any muscle soreness that can occur.

How many sessions will I need?

Your therapist will recommend a schedule for you based on severity of injury or need for care in conjunction with chiropractic treatment. If you are seeking preventative massage for relaxation or to destress, one massage a month is most common. Weekly sessions may be desirable if you are receiving massage for a specific sports injury or to relieve a chronic painful issue.

How long does a typical session last?

We offer 30, 60, and 90-minute sessions depending on injury and number of areas you want the therapist to work on.

Should I leave a tip?

Tips are not required, but always appreciated.

Book an Appointment

Discover the difference that sports massage therapy can make in your health. Money saving packages are available. Contact our practice today to schedule a session with one of our therapists!


Massage Therapy Denton TX | (940) 514-1701