First, we would like to thank our clients for patiently waiting the restart of The Massage Edge since the middle of March. As you may have heard, the Chief Medical Officer of Health has amended Directive #2 allowing Registered Massage Therapists to begin gradually treating non-urgent care clients. We are going to be proceeding cautiously over the next few weeks.
The Massage Edge is currently processing the news; modifying for the new restrictions and strict guidelines set out by our Governing Body. Please keep an eye on our Instagram, facebook or website (www.themassageedge.ca) to follow our new policy’s and procedures that will be coming out in the wake of COVID-19.
Online booking will remain closed for the foreseeable future until we figure out our new scheduling limitations, due to restricted recommendations to our allowable treatment hours. If you had a treatment canceled due to the shutdown, we have placed you on our wait list, and will contact you in the near future to discuss booking as space allows. If you have questions or booking concerns, please contact your therapist directly to be placed on our waiting list.
Jenie 519-860-4181 Keri 519-536-9072
Located within the GoodLife Fitness Woodstock Location, The Massage Edge has 2 dedicated veteran massage therapist with a combined 28 years experience. Jenie and Keri can assist with the assessment, treatment and prevention of soft tissue and joint injuries. Working with the client, we provide manual manipulation, joint mobilization, hydrotherapy, remedial exercise and self care programs within the Massage Therapy scope of practice.
At The Massage Edge we would like to provide you with the opportunity to improve your posture, decrease pain or physical discomfort and prevent injuries. A maintenance regime of massage can promote healthy circulation, decreased muscle tension and improved soft tissue alignment, while decreasing pain and promoting proper posture. We are also able to decrease tension and stress carried within the muscles to help your overall well being.
Your body deserves some attention due to the stress and repetitive movements you put it through daily. As health care professionals, it is important to us that you take the time out of your busy lives for some self care. We provide a variety of day and evening hours to assist you to find a treatment time that suites your schedule. . Taking time to care for yourself will allow you to preform your work and recreational activities with improved potential for increased range of motion, flexibility and strength.
- General Swedish Massage
- Therapeutic Deep Tissue Massage
- Trigger Point Therapy
- Myofascial Release Technique
- Sport Massage
- Structural Integration
- Preventive Relaxation Massage
- Prenatal and Infant Massage
- Palliative and Long-term Care Massage
- PNF stretching.
- Mobility Stretching
- Athletic and Kinesiology Taping
What to expect your 1st Visit.
You will be given an email upon booking your 1st appointment. There is a link request at the bottom of your welcome email asking you to fill out your online health history and consents. It is important this is filled out prior to your 1st visit, as we need this information to be able to treat you safe and effectively. If you are unable to access this link, we can assist you upon your arrival at your 1st visit.
Every treatment starts with an assessment, to ensure we are working on a problem within our scope of practice. You will always be asked for consent prior to the treatment. Once treatment has commenced you will always have the right to modify the treatment or stop it at any time. During treatment, you will be asked for open communication with regards to pressure and comfort. If you do not communicate when the pressure is insufficient or excessive your treatment will be ineffective or painful; possibly harmful. The point of the treatment is to improve your range of motion, decrease your pain, promote healthy tissue and decrease tension and stress. Communication is the key to you getting your optimal results. If your condition is out of our scope of practice, you will be informed and referred to alternate care.
At the end of treatment you will be asked to carefully get off the table and get dressed while the therapist leaves the room and washes her hands. Once dressed the therapist will return to tell you what she found, how she feel the treatment went, and if she feels more treatments will be beneficial to you. At this time the therapist will give you home care consisting of hydrotherapy or remedial exercise that will help your condition. These activities are usually simple to implement throughout your day. By completing your home care regularly, you will lengthen the time between treatments and prolong the effects of the massage.