Whether you suffer from chronic pain or acute injury, clinical massage therapy can help you. Massage therapy deals primarily with the muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints of the body. Increasing circulation, decreasing scar tissue and adhesions, decreasing neural firing, increasing joint range of motion and breaking the pain tension cycle are all goals in treatment.
Our goal as practitioners is to work as a team to find you the best possible route to getting you back to your normal pain free life. We will keep in contact with your medical practitioner and refer you, if necessary, to alternative treatments if we feel that may catapult you to success. Our goal is to get you better!!
Proactive healthcare is important. Not only will we have hands on time with you, we will also supply you with stretches, exercises and hydrotherapy options to help you stay healthy. We want to help you, help yourself!!
- Pre / Post Natal Massage
- Frozen Shoulder / Adhesive Capsulitis
- Post Shoulder Dislocation/Subluxation
- Piriformis Syndrome
- Iliotibial Band Friction Syndrome
- Sprains / Strains
- Carpal Tunnel
- Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
- Anterior / Posterior Compartment Syndrome
- Back Pain
- Tension Headaches
- Posture Correction
- Chronic Pain
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Pre/Post Event Sports Massage
The above are only an example of the vast number of conditions massage therapy can help.
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Clayton Heights Chiropractic Massage Therapy Team
Aynsley Cairns, RMT
Registered Massage Therapist
Aynsley graduated from West Coast College of Massage Therapy in April 2021. She was inspired to become an RMT after experiencing a debilitating injury to her shoulder and fully recovering with the help from an amazing massage therapy, physio and chiropractic team.
Amelia has completed her studies for Registered Massage Therapy and is currently waiting to complete the board exam to become registered. Prior to this career path, she received an undergraduate degree in leadership studies and psychology from the University of New Brunswick.