Massage Therapy

Enjoy a stress-relieving experience that reduces pain, increases range of motion, and improves circulation.

What Is Massage Therapy?

Massage therapy is a natural approach to pain relief. D&M Treatments offers a variety of modalities that will suit your individual needs. Our expert therapists are trained to deliver effective treatments that promote wellness while providing you with an enjoyable experience.

 

We know just how beneficial massage therapy can be. We offer a variety of services to accommodate your needs and improve your quality of life.

Massages We Offer

D&M Treatment’s skilled therapists will help you relax your body, rejuvenate your mind, and revitalize your spirit with these high-quality massages:

  • Deep tissue massage
  • Relaxation massage
  • Joint Mobilization
  • Myofascial Therapy
  • Trigger Point Therapy
  • Myofascial Dynamic Cupping
  • TMJD Treatments
  • Pre and Post Natal Massage
  • Active Stretching and Dynamic
  • Head & Neck specialists

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Initial Assessment - 60 minute
70 min - $90.00
Offered by Laura and David
Subsequent Treatment - 60 minutes
60 min - $90.00
Offered by Laura and David
Initial Assessment - 30 minute
35 min - $55.00
Offered by Laura and David
Subsequent Treatment - 30 minutes
30 min - $55.00
Offered by Laura and David

Initial Assessment - 90 minute
90 min - $130.00
Offered by Laura and David
Subsequent Treatment - 90 minutes
90 min - $130.00
Offered by Laura and David
Head, Neck & Scalp
45 min - $65.00
Offered by Laura and David
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Chiropractic

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Physiotherapy

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 Massage Therapy Is Effective In Aiding

Relaxation & Stress Relief

Relief From Pain, Muscle Soreness, and Tension

Lowered Heart Rate and Blood Pressure

Improved Circulation & Energy

Improved Athletic Performance

Boosted Immune System

Massage therapy has also been known to help with:

  • Anxiety
  • Digestive disorders
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Headaches
  • Insomnia Related to Stress
  • Lower Back Pain
  • Nerve Pain
  • Soft Tissue Strains or Injuries
  • Sports Injuries
  • Temporomandibular Joint Pain
  • Upper Back and Neck Pain
  • Myofascial Pain Syndrome

  30, 60, and 90 Minute Sessions Available

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30 Minutes: $55 CAD

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60 Minutes: $90 CAD

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90 Minutes: $130 CAD

What Can You Expect During Massage Therapy

  1. Before a massage treatment begins, your therapist will inquire about any symptoms, medical issues, and desired outcomes. Your therapist will also go through the type of massage and methods he or she will employ.
  2. Oil or lotion can be used during a massage treatment to decrease friction on your skin. If you are allergic to any components, let the therapist know.
  3. Your therapist may play soothing music during your session. However, you can tell him or her if you want your session to be quiet.
  4. Once your massage begins, your therapist might move parts of your body in certain ways so he or she can reach muscles from different angles. When pressure is applied, you might feel like the therapist is pushing you down into the table or that he or she is digging his fingers into your muscles. If you feel that the pressure is too light or strong, you can ask them to adjust the pressure.
  5. The massage session will conclude with your therapist speaking to you about what he or she observed and how the muscles responded during the treatment. In some cases, further instruction on follow-up care will be given for you to get the most out of your massage therapy sessions.

Ready To Book Your Appointment?

We have a wide range of massage therapy treatments for you to choose from. Get in touch with us today—we would be more than happy to help you discover which of our services will best suit your needs and goals.

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 FAQs

A pinched nerve occurs when pressure is applied to a nerve, causing it to send warning signals to the brain. Increased blood flow might also aid in the reduction of bodily discomfort and stress. Applying slight pressure on the afflicted region may help relieve tightness, while a full-body massage can assist with muscle relaxation.
In massage therapy, a trained, certified medical professional (massage therapist) manipulates the soft tissues of your body — muscle, connective tissue, tendons, ligaments and skin. The massage therapist uses varying degrees of pressure and movement to the soft tissues of the body, generally in the form of manual (hands-on) techniques such as pressing, constricting, and moving muscles and body tissues.
Massage therapy from a qualified professional has been shown in studies to help with stress reduction, immune function improvement, mental health and well-being improvement, pain management and physical fitness.
Massage therapy, as per recent research (on a cellular level), aids in the healing of the body. After just one treatment, the body responds to massage therapy.
Yes. Massage therapy is a great way to relax and relieve stress, especially if you're feeling anxious. It can assist in lowering the stress hormone cortisol; which is a key in activating the pregenual anterior cingulate cortex—the part of the brain where we experience feelings of contentment and happiness. Due to this, massage therapy can help people feel more at ease emotionally due its ability to manage any pain or tension that can cause discomfort and affect pleasure and enjoyment.
Yes. Massage therapy is an excellent technique to relieve constipation. It can also aid in the treatment of any inherent or concurrent diseases, such as irritable bowel syndrome, by releasing tension and alleviating any pain or discomfort associated with such a health concern.
Yes. Massage therapy can help in managing and treating the symptoms of vertigo such as headaches and pains. Acupressure is a popular method to treat vertigo as it targets specific points on the body and provides immediate relief.
Yes. Massage therapy reduces inflammation and relieves pain linked with arthritis by increasing circulation and reducing muscular stiffness. This results in increased blood flow, greater mobility, and pain relief. Swedish massage therapies are a good example, as they help people with rheumatism or degenerative joint disease. It has been proven to provide relief by improving blood flow, relieving discomfort, and reducing rigidity.
Yes. Massage therapy can help in preventing this troublesome and agonizing condition. Through regular therapy sessions, you can relax your muscles and avoid any muscle fiber constriction that may result in developing tendonitis.
Yes. Massage treatment can reduce swelling, improve blood circulation, and restore healthy movement in the injured part of the body. The friction created by a massage therapy increases collagen formation in the inflamed tendon area. As a result, massage therapy can aid in mending tennis elbow, usually quicker than by simply resting.
Massage therapy is often used to help people maintain and improve their overall health. It entails treating the body's delicate tissues. In fact, this old practice is very popular in most societies across human history. Today, many people get relief from therapy sessions as a form of relaxation and medical intervention.
Finding a massage therapist can be a tad challenging. But you can simplify the process by checking the credentials and experience of a therapist. You should have specific criteria to ensure that you are making the right choice. It's a crucial decision that can affect your overall massage therapy experience. Call D&M to see if one of the therapists can treat your specific condition
Yes, according to a study published in the National Library of Medicine, massage therapy can help with prenatal depression, preterm infants, full-term infants, autism, skin conditions, pain syndromes like arthritis and fibromyalgia, hypertension, and autoimmune conditions such as asthma and multiple sclerosis, to name a few.
Yes, massage treatment can help you get rid of your frozen shoulder. Massage relieves stress and rigidity in the muscles, allowing them to ease up. This aids in the restoration of proper bodily movement and function. It may also improve blood circulation in the injured region and also reduce inflammation.
Yes. Plantar fasciitis can be treated with deep tissue massage therapy to relieve soreness. The technique entails applying targeted finger pressure to the fascia's interconnected sections.
Yes. Massage therapy is a cost-effective and long-term treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome. Massage treatment relaxes the muscles and fascia of the neck, shoulder, upper arm, elbow, forearm, wrist, and hand, thereby reducing inflammation and discomfort.
Yes. Massage therapy can help with rotator cuff injury by reducing swelling and discomfort, releasing scar tissue, loosening stiff muscles, and increasing mobility in the shoulder girdle.
Yes. Massage therapy can be a good treatment for back pain. When used alongside with traditional remedies and healthy habits, such as anti-inflammatory drugs, staying fit, and undergoing physiotherapy, it can provide added tension relief.
Massage therapy has numerous benefits during pregnancy, including increased relaxation and better quality of sleep. However, because there are trigger spots in the body that might provoke contractions and early labor, it's important to observe precautions and consult a physician first.
Regular massage can help older people in attaining better quality of life by boosting their activity levels and making them feel better and younger. Massage therapy has a wide range of health benefits for people of all ages. It can help relieve joint and muscle discomfort, anxiety, and other health concerns that may arise as people grow older.
Massage therapy improves blood circulation by addressing congested regions of the body while the controlled pressure is applied. This technique can also maintain normal blood circulation throughout the body.