Massage Therapy is the use of a variety of manual techniques to manipulate soft tissues and joints to promote healing, circulation and relaxation. Massage also helps relieve and prevent physical dysfunction and pain.
Registered Massage Therapists are regulated health professionals and members of a provincial college that ensure quality and safety to the public seeking this form of natural healthcare.
Sports Injury Therapy
Sports Injury Therapy treatments involve using a variety of modalities, including manual (massage) or electrical (ultrasound, etc) along with an individualized rehabilitation exercise program.
- Sports Injury Therapists are also certified as First Responders and have training in
assessing and treating injuries as they occur on site at a sporting event.
- This combination of field and clinical experience add to the quality of treatment and
aid in injury recovery.
- A full assessment is required to provide insight to the cause of the pain or
- Rehabilitation exercise programs are supervised during treatment sessions and home
programs are designed for each
- Sports Injury Therapy sessions would be beneficial to someone suffering from a specific injury that compromises his or her work, sport or daily activities.
Beneﬁts of Massage Therapy
- Increased circulation
- Breakdown of scar tissue
- Relaxation & decreased tension
- Accelerated rate of tissue repair
- Decreased pain & discomfort
Common Conditions Treated
- Acute or chronic muscle and joint pain or dysfunction
- Stress and tension
- Many extended health care plans (no direct billing)