Detox the Body and Feel Rejuvenated With Far-Infared Heat

Far-Infrared Sauna

There are numerous benefits to massage therapy and the wellness that comes from it can be further enhanced by other health services.

Massage therapy is an excellent way to help the body get rid of toxins while providing a sense of well-being and relaxation.

Massage therapy is designed to promote wellness by relaxing muscles, restoring balance and, of course, relieving pain. More importantly, massage therapy is used to help circulate blood flow. (Inadequate circulation leads to a decrease in nutrients in the body and the body’s ability to excrete toxins.) Too, the lymphatic system needs movement to circulate fluids and protect internal organs against harmful elements, such as viruses and bacteria.

At The Healing Joint, we take a multi-tiered approach to your well-being by further enhancing all of the massage therapy benefits. With our Far-Infared Heated Sauna, patients get a double boost of the relaxation and detoxing effects.

Our Far-Infared Sauna is unlike traditional saunas that heat the air within a confined space. By using far-infared technology, only the body receives the benefits of the heat, allowing you to enjoy the experience at lower temperatures. Our sauna doesn?t just heat the air, so temperatures are up to 60 degrees lower than traditional saunas. And by using far-infared light, the heat is able to penetrate tissue much better.

The benefits of Far-Infared Sauna treatments after a massage is to further remove toxins from the body, which are culprits to ill health. By using far-infared waves, a breakdown of water molecules occurs and starts releasing gases and toxic materials that have been encapsulated in the molecules.

By combining massage and far-infared therapies, along with other healthcare services such as chiropractic care and our Jade Thermal Massage Bed, the overall wellness benefits are greatly enhanced.

For more information on how you can further benefit from massage therapy, chiropractic care and far-infared therapy, please contact us at or at 480-214-4970 today.

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