Maintain your health and well-being with a combination of our physiotherapy treatments and therapeutic massages.
A therapeutic massage can help maintain your health and well-being and it can be combined with physiotherapy treatments to complement your overall Plan of Care. In either case, the first massage therapy session includes an assessment to determine your goals. Massages can benefit overall health and fitness by addressing joint mobility, improving circulation, and reducing pain. A massage can provide a huge boost to your health and wellness. All Registered Massage Therapists in Ontario are trained in the use of traditional Swedish Massage techniques. Swedish Massage is traced back to the 1700s as the first systemic method of therapeutic massage based on physiology. It assists in restoring the entire person to homeostasis in a methodical, systematic manner. Your Massage Therapist takes this approach to adapt your treatment plan and subsequent treatment(s) to your specific needs, often utilizing additional training in other specific techniques and areas of expertise under the Massage Therapy classification. Massage Therapy has diverse benefits, It can:
Relieve stress and promote a general sense of well-being.
Help rehabilitate after an accident or injury.
Decrease complaints from tension headaches, frozen shoulder, or low back strain.
Reduce fatigue and promote better quality of sleep so you feel more rested the next day.
Loosen and relax tight muscles helping the body achieve its full range of movement.
In the words of the College of Massage therapist of Ontario, “Physical function can be developed, maintained and improved and physical dysfunction and pain and the effects of stress can be relieved or prevented, through the use of Massage Therapy” During the COVID-19 pandemic the College of Massage Therapists has implemented many guidelines for the safe delivery of massage services and at Bloor Jane Physiotherapy, we strictly adhere to them all. Call 416-766 2050 for your COVID-safe Massage Therapy appointment.