Whether it’s clinical Therapeutic Massage or Relaxation Massage you seek, enjoy both at NFMT. Our professional and skilled team of RMT’s specialize in many types of massage therapy and will customize a treatment to meet your individual needs while you enjoy a calming and relaxing atmosphere. In addition to: Therapeutic/Deep Tissue massage, Relaxation and Pregnancy Massage (prego pillow available) we have RMT’s on staff that have specialized training in: Sports Massage, Soft Tissue Release, Kinesio Taping, Myofascial Release, Thermal Palms, Indian Head Massage and Cupping.
Utilize the many benefits of Massage Therapy to treat a specific condition you have or as a preventative, holistic approach to your healthcare plan.
Massage Therapy is covered by many extended health care plans. We offer direct billing on your behalf to those insurance companies that allow for it. Click here for more information on direct billing.
Registered Massage Therapists (RMTs) specialize in treating and providing relief for a wide range of conditions related to soft tissue and joint dysfunction, pain management and rehabilitation. Our Registered Massage Therapists are educated in many massage modalities and techniques to customize a treatment just for you.
Registered Massage Therapy has been proven to help:Relaxation, stress & tension Relieve arthritis, tendonitis, bursitis Tension / migraine headaches Improve athletic performance Carpal tunnel syndrome, repetitive strain injuries Reduce chance of injury Reduce time for the recovery of sprains, strains & muscle spasms Decrease high blood pressure Deactivate trigger points that can cause referred pain Strengthen the immune system by increasing circulation Pregnancy discomfort Maintain the health of the elderly or disabled Relief of whiplash, low back pain, sciatica Improve your health and well being and much more...
Who Qualifies As A Registered Massage Therapist?
Only members of the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO) can use the title Massage Therapist (MT) or Registered Massage Therapist (RMT). A Massage Therapist has completed an extensive 2200 hour course in anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology and clinical studies. After passing the provincial exams and registering with the CMTO, the therapist is now regulated under the Regulated Health Professions Act. Massage Therapists abide by the Quality Assurance Program, Standards of Practice, Code of Ethics and must show Continued Education and Practice.