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Torticollis & How Registered Massage Therapy Can Aid in Treatment

Torticollis, an ailment marked by involuntary neck muscle contractions, can induce substantial discomfort and diminish overall life quality. This exposition investigates diverse torticollis classifications, notably Congenital Muscular Torticollis (CMT) and Acute Acquired iterations. Furthermore, we probe the conceivable advantages of…

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Unlock Optimal Healing with Deep Tissue Massage in Vancouver

Unlock Optimal Healing with Deep Tissue Massage in Vancouver Deep tissue massage in Vancouver is quickly becoming a popular method of unlocking optimal healing and helping to improve overall well-being. This type of massage allows clients to feel better immediately…

Types of Medications

Types of Medications

Medication Use A common cause to modify treatment, or at the very least monitor it, are due to medications and their effects. Many aspects vary from patient to patient and they can depend on factors such as the type of…

Massage Therapy


Massage Therapy What is a Contraindication / Modification? When a symptom, incident, or circumstance creates a scenario where treatment becomes inadvisable, it is considered to be a contraindication (CI). Generally CIs are conditions that deliver an explanation as to why…

Massage Therapy Vancouver History


HISTORY OF MASSAGE THERAPY The roots of the word “massage” can be considered to be ambiguous. The word itself either comes from the Arabic word “mass” which means to touch, or from the Greek word “massein,” meaning to knead. Historical…

Infant Massage Therapy

Infant Massage Therapy In Vancouver

Infant Massage Therapy Vancouver What is Infant Massage Therapy In Vancouver? Infant Massage therapy which is done specifically on infants by qualified and trained massage therapists is categorized as Infant or Pediatric Massage. The use of infant massage therapy dates…

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