The clinic has offered registered massage therapy services for the past 20 years. Chiropractic and massage therapy are complimentary in nature. Patients visiting the clinic commonly utilize both services in the same visit making these valuable health care services more convenient for their busy schedules.
Massage Therapy involves a range of techniques to manipulate the soft tissue and joints of the body. The purpose of Massage Therapy is to prevent, develop, maintain, rehabilitate or relieve muscle pain.
Almost everyone can benefit from massage!
- Treating muscular tension, strains, and sprains, including headaches.
- Improves muscular performance, and is an excellent way to warm-up before games or any form of exercise, as well as relieving delayed muscle soreness after exercise
- In the treatment of pregnant and post-partum women, massage can relieve low back pain, swollen legs, and diminish the pain and tension which sometimes follows delivery.
Registered Massage Therapy (RMT) is a professional designation used by a graduated Massage Therapist who has completed at least two years of education at a recognized school of massage therapy, and who is a registered member of a Regulatory College. Massage Therapists are graduates of accredited schools with knowledge in the fields of Anatomy, Physiology, Kinesiology, Pathology, Massage Theory & Techniques, and Remedial Exercises, and have successfully passed written, oral and practical entrance examinations.