What is Dry Needling?

What is Dry Needling?

Dry needling is NOT acupuncture; however it does use the same thin needles. Dry needling is a fairly new treatment option in which a thin needle is inserted into muscle in an attempt to treat musculoskeletal dysfunction2. Needles can be inserted either at or away from...
De-Mystifying Massage Therapy

De-Mystifying Massage Therapy

Did you know? Massage Therapists in BC are legislated by the government under the BC Health Professionals Act. It has been a regulated health care profession since 1946. Also… Massage Therapists in BC have the highest training standards in North America. And…Massage...
Visceral Massage

Visceral Massage

In a nutshell, visceral massage or manipulation engages your body’s own self-healing mechanisms to do just that, heal itself. It works with a specific layer of the body called fascia. Fascia is a membrane between the skin and our layer of fat, like a glove around your...
Acupuncture & Physiotherapy

Acupuncture & Physiotherapy

What does Acupuncture do? Acupuncture has been used as a component of traditional Chinese Medicine for hundreds of years. It involves the insertion of very fine needles through the skin and tissues at specific locations throughout the body. In more recent years, the...
Baseline Testing for Concussions

Baseline Testing for Concussions

What is a Baseline Test? A Complete Concussion Management baseline test is a series of objective tests that are designed to measure all areas of brain function. Not all baseline tests are created equal, as not all baseline tests measure brain function so...
Concussions

Concussions

Concussions can be scary. Thankfully, however, with proper treatment and education, there is no reason for them to be that way. Let’s start off with talking about what a concussion is. A concussion can be simply defined as a disruption in neurological functioning...