Having sore muscles, like signing a five-year lease or wearing lead socks, makes it difficult to move. Evict tensely wound tenants with today's Groupon: for $47, you get a one-hour massage at Alaska Pain & Injury Clinic (a $196 value).
At Alaska Pain & Injury Clinic, Dr. Evan Tipikin and his skilled staff target sore spots with a holistic technique that combines massage and chiropractic methods. Shoulders painfully tightened by the sudden shock of a fender bender or necks twisted from persistent monitoring of an unruly shadow find relief at the hands of trained massage therapists. After a 15-minute screening regarding your medical history, muscle manipulators delve deeply into traumatized areas over the course of one hour, easing aches with therapeutic strokes and focused stretching. Myofascial modalities seek to soften the inflexible collagen of scar tissue to increase ranges of motion and improve local blood flow to foster self-healing. As deft digits work to untangle tendons and liberate contented sighs, tension drains away like the dignity of a doberman dressed in a ballerina costume.
Alaska Pain & Injury Clinic
At Alaska Pain & Injury Clinic, Dr. Evan Tipikin straightens out crooked spines and wayward lifestyles with chiropractic care, massage therapy, and nutritional counseling. Though his list of services runs long, a single philosophy unites them all: no two bodies are quite the same. That’s why Dr. Tipikin insists on conducting a full evaluation each time he sees a new patient. During your initial visit, he may jot down notes on your reflexes as well.
Armed with that knowledge, the doctor and his team develop personalized plans to heal injuries and relieve chronic pains. Massage therapy and corrective exercises work to alleviate some of those bodily troubles, with the clinic's nutritional counseling and advice services helping patients reach the next level of fitness.
2008 E Northern Lights Blvd.
Anchorage, Alaska 99508Get Directions