How Our Massage Therapists Can Help You:
- Headaches and migraines
- Neck, shoulder, elbow, and wrist discomfort or pain
- Lower back, hip, knee, ankle, and foot discomfort or pain
- Sprains and strains
- Muscle tension
- Sports massage for athletes
- Arthritis, bursitis, and other inflammatory conditions
- Acute and chronic pain
- Autoimmune conditions
- And MORE!
Massage therapy can also decrease blood pressure, reduce swelling, boost your immunity, improve your flexibility, help you sleep better, reduce stress, can enhance your sports performance, improve relaxation, help to rehabilitate injuries, and promote overall wellness.
Our team of registered massage therapist in Ottawa specializes in deep tissue massage that eases chronic muscle pain and tension, aids injury rehabilitation, improves postural problems, eases condition-related pain, and improves limited mobility.
If you’re wondering if massage therapy can help you, send us a message!
What is massage therapy?
The practice of massage therapy in Ottawa is the assessment of the soft tissue and joints to treat and prevent physical dysfunction and pain. This treatment can enhance, maintain, and rehabilitate physical function for athletes, weekend warriors, those suffering from pain/stiffness, and anyone interested in maintaining overall health. Soft tissues include the skin, muscles, ligaments, tendons, connective tissue, and membranes.
By treating problem-specific areas, as well as the whole body, the circulatory, lymphatic, muscular, and nerve systems are normalized by boosting circulation. Massage therapy improves healing and recovery to damaged tissues. The massage therapists at Back to Health treat many different conditions and are trained in numerous specialized techniques to aid in restoring overall health!
What does it take to become a Registered Massage Therapist?
- 2,200 hours of academic training (anatomy, physiology, pathology, massage treatment, assessment skills, and more)
- 150 treatment hours
- 2-part provincial exam (written and oral)
- To learn more about massage therapists in Ontario, click here!
Are chiropractic and massage therapy complementary?
Yes! Chiropractors treat joint misalignments while massage therapy can help the surrounding soft tissue (muscles and ligaments). Together, chiropractic and massage therapy form a powerful healing approach.