Yes. At least the one I had yesterday did.
Okay, it was actually what happened before the massage that made such a huge difference...
Every friday, the company I work for brings in two massage therapists to do seated massages. It's $10 for 15 minutes, and on more than one occasion I have considered it the best $10 I ever spent.
This time I actually had a back injury, rather than just general tightness. Last week this same therapist just did a massage, and she kept commenting on how tense and tight all of my muscles were, not just the ones in my back.
So this week before she started with the massage, she did a process that she called "unwinding."
I've never really had anything like that done before, but I tried to keep an open mind, and the results were truly incredible. It's not like my back magically feels 100% better, but I could see a significant improvement just in those ten minutes.
I found this article, which seems to be a pretty accurate description of the process as I experienced it (and as she described what it is supposed to do).
My back actually felt so much better after my "unwindy" massage appointment, I forgot all about the chiropractic appointment I had that same afternoon.