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CC Massage Therapy in Vancouver uses Registered Massage Therapy Techniques to Relieve the Body of Pain and Discomfort

ByArlene Huff

Aug 15, 2022

Vancouver, BC – Living in a fast-paced environment is commonly associated with stress, anxiety, and physical discomfort. Most adults experience back pain, neck pain, and soft tissue injuries from work, parenting, and other lifestyle choices. To help individuals remain refreshed and energized, the practitioners at CC Massage Therapy offer registered massage therapy services. They understand that unprofessional care causes additional discomfort and pain, which is why the team is trained and experienced in boosting inner body health in the long term. 

Registered massage therapy uses touch to manipulate the body’s soft tissues, resulting in increased blood flow, relaxation, and relief. To offer the service at the clinic, a therapist must study neurology, anatomy, physical assessment, physiology, and pathology from educational institutions recognized by the Canadian government. At the training, they learn to improve soft tissue and joint health through manual manipulation of tendons, connective tissues, ligaments, and muscles coupled with evidence-informed therapeutic exercises.  

The massage therapists in Vancouver focus on the deepest layers of the surrounding tissues while performing a deep tissue massage. With slow deep strokes, the therapists break up scar tissues which form after an injury or highly stressful activities. Unlike other techniques that focus on relaxation, deep-tissue massages treat muscle pain, reduce tension, and improve stiffness. The Swedish massage service involves long, soft, kneading strokes on the topmost layers of the muscles. The technique is popular for clients who require stress relief and rejuvenation. 

CC Massage Therapy offers prenatal massage services to increase blood flow and release tension from pregnancy. Besides relaxing the nervous system and releasing feel-good hormones, prenatal massages relieve swelling, headaches/sinus congestion, and insomnia. Student registered massage therapists travel to clients’ homes or offices to provide the clinic’s mobile massages. In addition to registered massage therapy, the clinic has sauna and shower services to help clients recover better. High-temperature exposure from the sauna/shower helps blood vessels expand, improving circulation and lowering blood pressure. The sauna also aids in recovery after intense physical activity, relaxes muscles, and soothes pain/aches in muscles/joints. 

Before the treatment, CC Massage Therapy advises clients to arrive 10 minutes early to fill out the patient intake and consent to treatment forms, where they input their plan number, plan member number, and insurance details. From there, the massage therapist guides the client to the treatment room, examines the patient’s intake form, and understands the specific issues that need attention. Depending on the client’s problem, the therapist may perform special tests to help them uncover the cause of the pain/discomfort. 

The therapist then directs the client on how to position themselves on the massage table before leaving the room. With the information provided in the intake forms, the therapist chooses the most appropriate treatments to address symptoms or meet other needs. After the treatment, the therapist may suggest stretching and strengthening exercises. 

To learn more about registered massage therapy, visit their website or call (778) 903-1828 to book an appointment. CC Massage Therapy is located at 1015 W King Edward Ave, Vancouver, BC V6H 1Z3, Canada. 

Media Contact

Company Name
CC Massage Therapy
Contact Name
Phoebe Wang
Phone
(778) 903-1828
Address
1015 W King Edward Ave
City
Vancouver
State
BC
Postal Code
V6H 1Z3
Country
Canada
Website
https://ccmassage.ca/

Arlene Huff

Arlene Huff is the founding member of Golden State Online. Before that She was a general assignment reporter. A native Californian, she graduated from the University of California with a degree in medical anthropology and global health. She currently lives in Los Angeles.