Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy is the assessment and treatment of the soft tissues and joints of the body to maintain, rehabilitate or improve physical function as well as relieve pain (Massage Therapy Act, 1991).  Registered Massage Therapists utilize a range of hands-on techniques and modalities to positively affect the circulatory, nervous, and muscular systems.  Massage therapy helps to restore a healthy balance between sets of muscles that may have become over- or under-worked due to various life stresses, repetitive use, injuries or illness.

Treatable Conditions

Anxiety and depression Multiple Sclerosis Pregnancy
Arthritis Muscle tension and/or spasm Repetitive strains
Back pain Neck pain Respiratory conditions
Cancer Postural imbalances Sciatica
Carpal tunnel syndrome Parkinsons disease Sports injuries
Constipation Palliative care Stroke
Fibromyaligia Piriformis syndrome Stress
Frozen shoulder Post-surgery