Massage therapy has been proven to prevent injuries and speed up recovery time by increasing the blood supply and lymphatic drainage to injured or tense muscles. Massage therapy can effectively relieve or prevent pain and stress and alleviate tightness in order to restore your body, mind and spirit.
Our massage therapists take our patients’ health and well-being seriously. They have extensive training and experience in the health and fitness industries and will discuss your needs and goals and provide advice on how to minimize pain and lessen the likelihood of having recurring injuries.
Massage therapists have completed a massage therapy program at an accredited institution, have passed a certification exam and are registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario.
To maximize results, your registered massage therapist will customize your treatment plan based on an initial assessment, health history and their knowledge of anatomy and physiology.
Massage therapy can help provide relief from many injuries and issues, with treatments for:
- Neck and shoulder tension
- Low back pain
- Sports injuries
- Post injury rehabilitation
- Frozen shoulder
- Muscle spasm
- Plantar fasciitis and foot pain
- Headaches and migraines
- Stress relief
- Whiplash injuries
- Tendinitis / bursitis
- Respiratory problems
- Circulation problems
- Neuritis / neuralgia
- Digestive / lower bowel problems
- Pregnancy massage
Modern massage techniques can be traced back to the 1700s and the development of Swedish massage, the first systematic method of therapeutic massage based on physiology. Our massage therapists are skilled in the provision of a variety of massage modalities including Swedish, myofascial release, and deep tissue massage, and draw on these to tailor a massage experience specific to your needs in order to restore the balance of your circulatory, muscular and nervous systems.
Please contact the clinic closest to you:
Tel: (416) 361-6142, extension 204
Tel: (905) 264-0250, extension 3
Tel: (416) 913-9123, extension 2