At Martindale Physiotherapy & Sports Clinic our registered massage therapists are regulated health care practitioners who focus on muscle relaxation and tension release.
Massage Therapy is the manipulation of the body's soft tissues to gain a therapeutic response. Many of today's health problems arise from stress. Whether emotional, postural, recreational or traumatic, stress manifests itself in the body's soft tissue and upsets the delicate integral balance of the body's functions. Massage therapy can play a part in regaining this balance.
Massage therapy can also give relief from many specific conditions including headaches, tendonitis, whiplash, neck/shoulder and back pain, pregnancy, athletic injuries and more. It also promotes general relaxation and improved circulation.
We also offer our services to those involved in post-motor vehicle accident rehabilitation, workplace injuries, or those wanting a more relaxed approach.
Massages are non-invasive, non-toxic, require simple application, are highly effective and have a cure rate greater than 95%. No known negative side effects exist.
Nancy Engstrom, Registered Massage Therapist RMT
Nancy graduated from Sutherland-Chan School of Massage Therapy and Teaching Clinic in 2000 starting a new career path in striving to promote a healthier YOU through the benefits of Massage Therapy. Upon graduation Nancy began her private practice. From 2003-2005 Nancy provided massage therapy services as a pilot project for Hotel Dieu Hospital’s physiotherapy clinic. Working with acute and chronic injuries alongside physiotherapists, chiropractors and other health care practitioners Nancy’s treatment experience includes pregnancy related concerns, athletic injuries, post surgical, preventative health maintenance as well as on-site treatments for seniors, palliative, and individuals with physical challenges. Nancy strives to provide the best treatment plan possible for each and every client to encourage optimal well being no matter what age! Nancy is a member in good standing with The College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO), as well as a member of the Registered Massage Therapists’ Association of Ontario (RMTAO).