Yes in many cases chiros do manual manipulation that they can bill as massage or the other way around. But it's usu not the kind of massage you're envisioning. You'd best check out your insurance coverage on massage and always look up a qualified, licensed medical massage therapist. check out your massage therapy state board (http://www.massagetherapy.com/careers/stateboards.php) sorry i don't know how to do links here... just copy/paste and it has a therapist finder option. Someone who has experience in kineseology will serve you well if there are long standing structural problems from old injuries, etc. Don't rely on someone with only 100 hours under their belt. The massage industry seriously needs to upgrade its requirements and become part of integral medicine if it wants to overcome it's sordid past labelings of the path to "happy endings".
at 5:59 PM on Jul. 7, 2011