Registered Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy Specialties of Massage Therapy Therapeutic/Medical Massage: Our most popular blend of oriental massage, Swedish massage and other specific techniques such as deep tissue, friction, trigger point, and acupressure treatment. This massage specialty is ideal for injuries and diagnosed conditions that may help alleviate pain and aid in your recovery. The Benefits of T... Read More

Massage Therapy
Specialties of Massage Therapy

Therapeutic/Medical Massage:

Our most popular blend of oriental massage, Swedish massage and other specific techniques such as deep tissue, friction, trigger point, and acupressure treatment. This massage specialty is ideal for injuries and diagnosed conditions that may help alleviate pain and aid in your recovery.

The Benefits of Therapeutic/Medical Massage: Therapeutic/Medical Massage help you to relieve conditions such as:

•Neck pain

•Back pain (upper back and lower back)

•Shoulder pain

•Arthritis

•Muscle pain

•Muscle cramping (Charlie horses)

•Strains/sprains

•Sports injuries

•Sciatica

•Tendinitis

•Plantar fasciitis

•Headaches/Migraines

•Some neurological conditions.

Relaxation Massage:

Relaxation massage is all about relaxing. It enables client to recover from the stresses of daily life. It helps to relax your nerves, increases your circulation, and strengthens your immune system. It is the ultimate stress buster!

The Benefits of Relaxation Massage include:

•The effects of a relaxation massage can last for several days after your treatment. Usually you will feel good and look forward to the next massage day.

•It makes you feel peaceful and calm.

•It relieves tiredness and fatigue.

•It improves peripheral circulation.

•It improves skin tone and appearance.

•It improves gastrointestinal motility (bowel movements will become more regular).

•It reduces muscle tension including the relief of muscle tension headaches.

•It relieves some stress-related symptoms.

Hot Stone Massage:

Hot Stone Massage is a style of massage therapy in which water-treated stones are placed at specific sites on the client's body to promote relaxation and to help open up the meridians (energy pathways). Muscles are pretreated with the heated stones to allow the therapist to more easily perform deep tissue manipulations. Cool stones are sometimes used alternately with hot stones. Massage oils are usually incorporated into the massage treatment.

The Benefits of Hot Stone Massage include:

•It is very effective to manage stress.

•It helps with muscle relaxation. The heat in the stones is effective in enabling the muscles to loosen up and relax. This makes it easier for deep tissue manipulation.

•It relieves pain. Manipulation of muscles can significantly reduce muscle spasm and give comfort to painful muscles so those who suffer from back pains or muscle aches often go for this therapy.

•It improves blood circulation and flow of energy.

•It allows for easy rehabilitation. Massage can facilitate easy recovery from injuries such as sprains.

•It releases toxins from your body.


Registered Physiotherapist

Physiotherapy Physiotherapy Services Physiotherapy helps with the promotion of physical health along side with mobility independent function. We provide one-on-one physiotherapy and rehabilitation services. • Acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries(tendons, muscles and joints) • Back and neck pain (including degenerative disc disease) • Tennis Elbow, Golfer's Elbow and ligamentou... Read More


Physiotherapy
Physiotherapy Services

Physiotherapy helps with the promotion of physical health along side with mobility independent function.
We provide one-on-one physiotherapy and rehabilitation services.
• Acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries(tendons, muscles and joints)
• Back and neck pain (including degenerative disc disease)
• Tennis Elbow, Golfer's Elbow and ligamentous laxity
• Rotator cuff injuries (pre and post op rehab)
• Foot and ankle injuries, post op rehab
• Hip and knee pain (including pre and post-operative care)
• Osteoarthritis
• Fibromyalgia and trigger points pain
• Postural dysfunction
• Repetitive strain injuries
• Sciatic pains
• Shoulder pain, dislocations and stiffness
• disc conditions and nerve impingements
Evidence based treatment protocols that enable us to address all pathologies in a well structured approach using different mobilization and manipulation techniques such as active release, myofascial release , McKenzie and Mulligan techniques ,focusing on restoring function and mobility , engaging patients in active therapy via different and variable therapeutic strengthening and stretching techniques ,specifically designed to address your problems and help with a fast recovery and functional mobility restoration.


Registered Acupuncture

Acupuncture Acupuncture originated from China and has been practiced there for thousands of years. It was during the second half of the twentieth century it began to spread rapidly in Western Europe and North America. Acupuncture involves the insertion of very thin needles through the patient's skin at specific points on the body - the needles are inserted to various depths. According to... Read More


Acupuncture
Acupuncture originated from China and has been practiced there for thousands of years. It was during the second half of the twentieth century it began to spread rapidly in Western Europe and North America.

Acupuncture involves the insertion of very thin needles through the patient's skin at specific points on the body - the needles are inserted to various depths. According to traditional Chinese medical theory, acupuncture points are located on meridians through which Qi vital energy runs. According to WHO (World Health Organization) acupuncture is effective for treating 28 conditions, while evidence indicates it may have an effective therapeutic value for many more.

The benefits of acupuncture include:

•When performed correctly it is safe

•There are very few side effects

•It is a very effective combination treatment

•It is effective in controlling some types of pain

•It may be considered for patients who do not respond to pain medications

•It is a useful alternative for patients who do not want to take pain medications


Registered Chiropractor

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