Massage Therapy is one of the oldest methods of healing. The purpose of massage therapy is to prevent, maintain, or rehabilitate physical function or relieve pain. Massage uses a variety of techniques to improve the health and condition of muscles, joints, and connective tissue. Massage therapy is widely accepted as a natural therapy to achieve and maintain wellness.
Osteopathy is a form of drug-free non-invasive manual medicine that focuses on total body health by treating and strengthening the musculoskeletal framework, which includes the joints, muscles and spine. Its aim is to positively affect the body's nervous, circulatory and lymphatic systems. The therapy is a unique holistic (whole body) approach to health care. Osteopaths do not simply concentrate on treating the problem area, but use manual techniques to balance all the systems of the body, to provide overall good health and wellbeing.
If you have questions about Osteopathy please contact John Berge
Craniosacral therapy focuses primarily on the concept of 'primary respiration' and regulating the flow of cerebrospinal fluid by using therapeutic touch to manipulate the joints of the cranium. This involves the therapist to apply light touches to a client's skull, face, spine, and pelvis. This therapy can relieve symptoms of stress and tension in the body.
If you have questions about Craniosacral Therapy please contact John Berge or Leah Huber
Bowen technique helps balance the body using a series of precise movements on specific points of the body. There are frequent and important pauses between each series of movements giving the body time to benefit from each movement. The gentle movements on soft tissue stimulate physiological changes and energy flow, empowering the body's own resources to heal itself. The Bowen technique is safe to use on anyone from babies to the elderly, and produces lasting relief from pain and discomfort.
If you have questions about Bowen Technique please contact Elsie Kelly
Naturopathic medicine blends modern scientific knowledge with traditional and natural forms of medicine to promote wellness and prevent illness or disease. Naturopathic doctors are highly educated primary care providers who treat both acute and chronic conditions. Treatment is based on each individual case, using various Naturopathic tools including clinical nutrition, lifestyle modifications, botanical medicine, traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture, and hydrotherapy.
If you have questions about Naturopathic Medicine please contact Dr. Jessica Gurske
Physiotherapy is anchored in the science of human structure and movement; it aims to restore, maintain or enhance optimal strength, function, movement, and well-being. Physiotherapists consider the human body as a complex system and use a holistic approach to rehabilitate injuries or imbalances. Physiotherapy treatment involves a comprehensive program consisting of therapeutic exercises, manual therapy and client education.
If you have questions about Physiotherapy please contact Jillian Sauder
Pelvic floor physiotherapy is a specialized branch of physiotherapy that focuses on restoring and maintaining optimal function of the muscles, joints, ligaments, nerves and connective tissue of the pelvic girdle, low back and hips. It uses both internal and external techniques to properly assess and treat the pelvic floor and associated structures. Treatment involves a combination of manual therapy, therapeutic exercises, behaviour modification and client education.
If you have questions about Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy please contact Jillian Sauder
Chiropractors are primary health care providers who diagnose and treat disorders related to the musculoskeletal system. Treatments include a variety of therapies that are tailored to the needs of each patient. At The Coach House Therapeutic Centre, our chiropractor uses a combination of spinal adjustments, myofascial release techniques, medical acupuncture, and rehabilitative exercise prescription when providing patient care.
If you have questions about Chiropractic please contact Dr. Mark Bird
Functional Range (FR) Release is a soft tissue management system that is used to treat injuries
to connective tissue (muscle, ligament, tendon, joint capsule). The goal of this technique is to help guide tissue regeneration in a direction that leads to improved tissue movement and strength.
If you have questions about Functional Range Release please contact Dr. Mark Bird
Kinesio Taping can be incorporated into any stage of your treatment, from acute to chronic and anything in between. The taping can remain on the skin for 3 to 5 days to provide the desired effect. The tape works by microscopically lifting the skin and fascia to increase the lymphatic flow, blood flow and stimulates the nervous system to the desired effect. The more tension the therapist applies to the tape the more simulation the muscles receive from the nervous system.
If you have questions about Kinesio Taping please contact Krista Wasielewski or Megan Prenty
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