Beachealth offers massage therapy service only by experienced registered massage therapist (RMT) and is designed to help you feel the best so that you can go about your day the best that you can.
What Is a Registered Massage Therapist?
A registered massage therapist has obtained a degree from a recognized institution in Canada and has completed 2200 hours of training. Once their education is complete, a registered massage therapist must pass a standardized registration test and maintain their registration by taking part in continuing education and a Quality Assurance Program. Only members of the College of Registered Massage Therapists of Ontario are permitted to use the title Massage Therapist or Registered Massage Therapist or the designation of RMT or MT.
What Do RMT’s Treat?
There are various massage therapy services we offer, from Swedish massage and trigger point release to lymph drainage, all designed to address concerns from simple yet acute issues to complex and chronic conditions, including but not limited to the following:
- Muscle or joint pain
- Neck or back problems
- Blood circulation or tissue concerns
- Posture improvements
- Stress or anxiety
- Sport or dance injuries
- Impaired range of motion
- Muscle tension
- Many more
Our registered massage therapists encourage you to become an active participant in your wellness or recovery plan. They work closely with you to improve your ability to move as you recover from illness, disease, injury or long periods of inactivity.
Depending on your needs, treatment techniques, alone or in combination, may include:
- Swedish massage
- Myofascial or trigger point release
- Joint mobilization
- Lymph drainage
- Programming to improve mobility, flexibility and muscle strength, while decreasing stress on the joints
- Stretching exercises
- Education on injury prevention
- A customized program plan that includes members of our with our multi-disciplinary team
- Cranial-sacral therapy
Are You Covered?
Massage therapy services provided by a Registered Massage Therapist are not covered by OHIP, though may be partially or fully covered by extended health insurance plans. The coverage for each carrier is different; please check your plan to see what coverage is available to you for this type of service.