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When Dixon graduated from Louisville School of Massage and obtained his massage-therapy license, his former anatomy and physiology professor, Dr. Eric Epstein, Chiropractor, invited him to share space in his chiropractic office. Dixon now helps people suffering from spinal and other types of pain, performing a mixture of Swedish and Myofascial, Swedish, Deep Tissue and Trigger Point techniques to release pressure points and relax bodies.
The massage therapist typically starts by using fingers to manipulate the fascia, using friction to move and stretch the connective tissue. When it's time to switch to the Swedish portion of the massage, oil or another lubricant is added to bare skin. This reduces friction and results in smooth, gliding strokes that help boost circulation and relax the muscles.