Acupuncture

Acupuncture is an ancient medical philosophy that has been perfected over hundred of years of practice. A variety of techniques are used including needling, acupressure, tui na massage, gua sha channel scraping, warming techniques like moxibustion and infrared.


Athletic Therapy

Athletic Therapists are qualified to use orthopedic testing to assess, diagnose and treat many acute and chronic conditions and injuries. Treatments may include manual therapy (massage), joint mobilizations, exercise rehabilitation and taping.


Chiropractic

Dr. Alexander is very thorough with his assessment and treatment approach. He spends up an hour with a new patient. Treatment may include manual therapy (massage/soft tissue mobilization), joint mobilizations and/or manipulations of the spine, pelvis and other joints. Soft tissues and neurological issues will also be addressed. Patient education and empowerment is important, therefore exercises... Read More

Dr. Alexander is very thorough with his assessment and treatment approach. He spends up an hour with a new patient. Treatment may include manual therapy (massage/soft tissue mobilization), joint mobilizations and/or manipulations of the spine, pelvis and other joints. Soft tissues and neurological issues will also be addressed. Patient education and empowerment is important, therefore exercises and lifestyle coaching will likely be included.


Medical Qigong/Acupressure

Nurturing the mind and body together, Jin shin jyutsu (acupressure) and medical qigong are used either as primary therapies or as an adjunct therapy with other forms of traditional Chinese medicine such as acupressure, herbs and therapeutic massage. Stimulation of meridian points with acupressure techniques break up blockages and balance the body. Increased flow of energy through injured areas... Read More

Nurturing the mind and body together, Jin shin jyutsu (acupressure) and medical qigong are used either as primary therapies or as an adjunct therapy with other forms of traditional Chinese medicine such as acupressure, herbs and therapeutic massage. Stimulation of meridian points with acupressure techniques break up blockages and balance the body. Increased flow of energy through injured areas can improve blood flow, reduce stagnation and stimulate tissue regeneration.


Registered Clinical Counseling

BC’s Registered Clinical Counsellors have a minimum of a Master’s Degree in a variety of areas such as psychology or social work. Many have additional training in their specific area of practice. They have also satisfied the BCACC’s clinical supervision requirements that are criteria of membership. For more detailed description please visit the therapist profile page on our website.


Registered Massage Therapy

Our RMT's provide therapeutic, relaxation and sport massage in a warm and welcoming clinical environment. Each treatment is unique to the needs of the patient. Your RMT will review your health history and treatment goals in a short interview at the beginning of your first appointment. Some treatment goals are more complex than others and may require some orthopedic and postural assessment to de... Read More

Our RMT's provide therapeutic, relaxation and sport massage in a warm and welcoming clinical environment. Each treatment is unique to the needs of the patient. Your RMT will review your health history and treatment goals in a short interview at the beginning of your first appointment. Some treatment goals are more complex than others and may require some orthopedic and postural assessment to determine the cause of your symptoms.


Relaxation Massage (not registered)

Taylor has completed the RMT program at the WCCMT and has written the board examinations. While she is waiting for her registration to come in, she is offering relaxation massage treatments at a reduced rate. This is a great, limited time opportunity for anyone who has used up their massage benefits for 2018!


Shockwave Therapy

Shockwave initializes your body's natural healing process by creating a controlled inflammatory response and vascularization (increased blood flow) to the treated area. Treatment typically consists of three sessions no more than 1 week apart, but some cases could require additional sessions. Shockwave is especially effective for people suffering from tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, chronic back ... Read More

Shockwave initializes your body's natural healing process by creating a controlled inflammatory response and vascularization (increased blood flow) to the treated area. Treatment typically consists of three sessions no more than 1 week apart, but some cases could require additional sessions. Shockwave is especially effective for people suffering from tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, chronic back pain, whiplash,knee pain, shoulder pain, hip pain, elbow pain and TMJ pain. Shockwave is also highly effective and indicated for treatment of calcium deposits, such as calcific tendinitis of the achilles or rotator cuff tendons.


Tui Na Massage

Tui Na is a form of Chinese manipulative therapy (massage) often used in conjunction with acupuncture, cupping, Chinese herbalism, and qigong. The practitioner may brush, knead, roll, press, and rub the body, meridians/channels, and acupuncture points to get the energy moving in the meridians and the muscles. Benefitial for acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions, as well as many non-... Read More

Tui Na is a form of Chinese manipulative therapy (massage) often used in conjunction with acupuncture, cupping, Chinese herbalism, and qigong. The practitioner may brush, knead, roll, press, and rub the body, meridians/channels, and acupuncture points to get the energy moving in the meridians and the muscles.
Benefitial for acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions, as well as many non-musculoskeletal conditions as meridians/channels and acupuncture points are connected to internal organ disorders. Please note, this is not offered by any of our Registered Massage Therapists. If using your benefits, it would fall under acupuncture.


Workshops

Wellness workhshops



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