Registered Massage Therapy

  • Massage therapy is the manual manipulation of soft tissue (muscles and tendons) to decrease pain, muscle soreness, muscle spasm and to improve general mobility.
  • Benefits include increases in the supply of oxygen and nutrients to the muscle tissue, improving excretion of waste from the muscle tissue and relaxation.
  • Massage therapy can affect the natural healing process of the body and works well in conjunction with other types of treatment such as physiotherapy and acupuncture.
  • A Registered Massage Therapist is a regulated health care professional who has been trained in the various techniques of massage.
  • The following conditions may benefit from massage: headaches; neck injuries such as whiplash; sport and work related injuries; overuse/repetitive strain; back injuries; TMJ pain; arthritic pain; post fracture; respiratory conditions and stress/anxiety.
  • Registered Massage Therapy services are provided on competitive a fee-for-service basis.
  • Types of coverage: WSIB, Third Party Insurance, Extended Health Benefits, Self Pay.

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