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Remedial Massage

Remedial Massage, is our passion and what we do best. We are specifically focused on getting results for your particular injury and managing you from acute injury through to activation and complete recovery.
  • Senior Therapists with many years of combined experience in this specific field
  • Education – giving you information and understanding the reasons behind your injury, and understanding what you can do to assist recovery
  • Specific Injury Treatment aimed at acute release and recover within specific timeframes
  • Ongoing training programs and instruction with exercise based rehabilitation to support recovery.

Therapists will use various treatment techniques and modalities throughout the treatment as well as cross referencing between therapists if necessary to maximize time and efficiency of treatment. Modalities include:
  • Deep tissue massage
  • Myofascial release
  • Trigger point therapy
  • Acupressure, tuina anmo (a form of Chinese manipulative therapy)
  • Proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation

This technique is best to treat various types of problems including joint restriction, acute and chronic pain conditions, problems with flexibility, headache, runner’s knee, whiplash, spinal pain, frozen shoulder, shin splint, neck and shoulder pain, and Achilles and foot pain.

SPINAL HEALTH INFORMATION: 
​True health comes from within. The power that made the body has the power to heal the body. Few are aware of how to achieve true wellness. 

CORRECTIVE OR LONG TERM RECONSTRUCTIVE CARE
​Corrective or Reconstructive Care consists of three distinct and separate phases. Each phase has a different purpose and approach to correcting your condition. Each phase builds upon the next and failure to complete all three phases will result in an incomplete correction.

​PHASE I – INITIAL INTENSIVE CARE
Purpose: Reduction of symptoms such as pain, inflammation and restriction of motion.

The importance of initial intensive care is to have you feel better as quickly as possible. The initial stages of structural change begin in initial intensive care and the progression of spinal degeneration is slowed or restricted. The spine is neither corrected nor stable at the end of this phase.
Broadly speaking Chinese Medicine (or TCM) aims to maintain balance and achieve health through a constant monitoring of the body, mind and internal organs. “To apply medicines when the health is already compromised is akin to building a well when one is thirsty”.
  • Soft tissue injuries
  • Chronic illness
  • Digestive disorders
  • Migraines
  • Auto-immune disease
Chinese Medicine can better be labeled East Asian Medicine as it is a widely amalgamated theory from many schools of thought and ancient traditions. These ancient traditions utilize many distinct and individual forms of treatment to assist with the balance and maintenance of mental and physical health. Combining various aspects of these systems and specific schools of theory within the broad context of Chinese Medicine, each practitioner aims to achieve a balance according to the ancient systems of channels and Qi flow. Acupuncture, Moxabustion, Herbal prescription, Cupping and Guasha are all utilized to help maintain a balance between the individual systems as proposed by Chinese Medicine.

Acupuncture is a major tool of Chinese Medicine and within this broad term lies many varying differences and approaches to application. Every individual therapist follows a specific textual or family lineage of tradition and application. Some are more appropriate for musculo-skeletal disorders and others for psycho-emotional disorders. The patient and the practitioner each work together to find what works best for them and is the most appropriate treatment.