Newtown Square, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/29/2017 -- Residents who value quality in their chiropractic care and want to ensure that they are seeing the best chiropractor in West Chester, PA, can rely on Dr. David W. Nadler & Associates for the most reliable and professional service in the area. Dr. Nadler's deep tissue massages are considered the best for moving and releasing toxins trapped in the muscles and for relief from twisted muscle knots and pain.
Deep tissue massages are not just a luxury reserved for vacations; they can be helpful for releasing tension trapped within muscle fibers. Muscle fibers in the body run in all different directions, and often overlap on one another; this is what allows humans to move and twist their bodies in so many different ways. However, if someone is dehydrated, sits at a desk for too many hours a day, or is injured, these muscle fibers can stick together and form a lumpy "knot" that limits flexibility and movement. A deep tissue massage in Bryn Mawr, PA, by Dr. Nadler, can manipulate trigger points located deep beneath multiple layers of tissue and release built up pressure and tension. A deep tissue massage may also help to release stress, help with headaches and migraines, loosen shoulder muscles, and relieve lack of sleep.
Those interested in finding relief from stiff and tight muscles with a deep tissue massage are encouraged to call Dr. David W. Nadler & Associates at 610-314-7079 for more information or visit them online at http://www.drdnadler.com/ to learn more or to fill out a request for a contact form.
About Dr. David W. Nadler & Associates
For effective chiropractic care in the Philadelphia area, Dr. Nadler feels that education is the basic foundation for any health care practitioner and he has continued learning better ways to prevent and heal, keeping care on the cutting edge of technology and treatments. Dr. Nadler received his Doctorate from the Pennsylvania College of Chiropractic and received his Post Doctorate in Chiropractic Neurology from Cleveland Chiropractic College. He is a Diplomate from the American Academy of Pain management he is also a member of various associations including the International Society of Medical Shock Wave Therapy, Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association and the American College of Sports Medicine.