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Mar 22, 2020 – COVID19 update

Due to the increasing demands of social distancing. Starting Mar 23, 2020 we have changed our hours and practice until instructed otherwise by our regulatory colleges. Effective immediately 1- We will only be seeing urgent or essential cases 2- 15 min breaks will be put in between patients to avoid overlap and reduce contact 3- we will be closed on fridays 4- we will only open half days on tuesday and wednesday 5- we will have no massage therapy available. 6- we will have no neonatal or infant therapist available. You will receive a call by our clinic director or admin staff to discuss if your appointment fit the essential or urgent category and we will accommodate the best we can. We thank you for your understanding at this time....

Aquatic Yoga Fusion

Starting in November 2019, our very own in house Yoga teacher and Registered Massage therapist Jeff Kittmer is going to take our pool to the next level with Aquatic Yoga Aquatic Yoga Fusion, is a blend of gentle Ai-Chi movements and yoga poses performed in a warm therapeutic pool.  The flowing movements will help you to be more mindful and aware of your body as it moves through the soothing water.  Connecting your mind, body, and breath while releasing the stress and anxieties of everyday life.   The benefits of aquatic yoga fusion:   Improves circulation and swelling Reduces muscle tension Decreases anxiety and stress Enhances your mind body connection Increases flexibility and balance   Email or call us to reserve your spot.  Spots are limited to 4 people per class and are first come first serve...

Soft Tissue Release – Tri City Physiotherapy

What is Soft tissue release? Soft tissue release is a therapy where pressure is applied on a muscle or connective tissue during movement to fascilitate a stretch or lengthening of tissue. To maximize effect, the pressure is moved during the stretch to release different parts of the mucle or connective tissue. Why soft tissue release? The benefits include increases in venous and lymphatic drainage, increasing fluid absorption, mobilizing adhesions, breaking up scar tissue and helping overall collagen flexibility. In all, soft tissue release combines stretch and massage which together have better effect on decreasing the size of the scar/painful area and helps organize the direction of the fibres which ultimatley lessens strain. The technique is rhythmic, relatively gentle and takes place in multiple planes to help create a greater range of motion overall. Still confused or scared it will hurt? Good youtube...