Did you know you can relieve soft tissue pain at home? Learn about myofascial release and how you can use this technique to manage pain at home from Registered Massage Therapist, Jensen Chorney
Fire cupping is a treatment used in complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). It is a great treatment to incorporate with massage therapy, acupuncture or done all on its own. Learn more about this treatment and its benefits.
One in five Canadians lives with chronic pain. Although common conditions such as sciatica, frozen shoulder or heel pain may be affecting your daily life, you can seek rapid relief with RAPID NeuroFascial Reset treatments.
Chronic pain can last for weeks, months, or even years after an injury. It not only drains your physical body but affects your mental and emotional systems as well. See how Acupuncture can treat chronic pain and how other approaches from Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) can help.
Every birth story is unique, beautiful and empowering. Yet many first-time moms are anxious and fearful about their upcoming labour and delivery.
While you likely know about prenatal yoga and childbirth education classes to prepare for childbirth, you may not have heard about using Hypnosis for Birthing. See the 5 Benefits of using Hypnosis for Birthing and how it can lead to positive childbirth experiences.
Shoulder pain and injuries are a common complaint. They are typically found among athletes, those using repetitive overhead motions in their daily life, or a trauma such as an accident or fall. Learn the three most common areas of injury and the recommended treatments.
Having regular chiropractic care throughout these stages can be extremely beneficial. Benefits of prenatal chiropractic treatments include reduced back and pelvic pain. Learn how the team at Movement Performance & Health can be part of your birthing team!
There are many small muscles both inside the mouth and on the face and neck that can contribute to TMJ pain and dysfunction. Treat your TMJ pain with our Massage Therapist TMJ specialist, Sarah Joyce.