Chiropractic

Chiropractic is a drug-free, non-invasive manual approach to health care. Chiropractors must have an undergraduate degree prior to attending Chiropractic College. Their training consists of four intensive years of chiropractic education, which includes a one year internship under the guidance of a senior clinician where they develop and refine their skills. Chiropractors assess disorders relat... Read More

Chiropractic is a drug-free, non-invasive manual approach to health care. Chiropractors must have an undergraduate degree prior to attending Chiropractic College. Their training consists of four intensive years of chiropractic education, which includes a one year internship under the guidance of a senior clinician where they develop and refine their skills. Chiropractors assess disorders related to the spine, nervous system and joins of the extremities and provide diagnosis, treatment and prevention of those disorders. The primary goal of chiropractic manipulation, also referred to an an adjustment, is to treat areas of decreased movement in the joints of the spine and extremities which can create a reaction in surrounding soft tissues (ligaments, muscles and nerves) resulting in pain, dysfunction and muscular spasm. Dr. Mandy utilizes the following modalities in her treatments: Spinal Manipulative Therapy (SMT)/Adjustments, Soft Tissue Therapy, Kinesio Taping ®, Thumper®, Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS), Pre and Post-natal Chiropractic, Webster Technique, and Custom Fitted Orthotics.


Massage Therapy

In the province of British Columbia, therapists are required to have 2200 hours of education from an accredited school in order to challenge the provincial board exams. These requirements are governed by the College of Massage Therapists of B.C. To maintain in good standing with the College, RMT’s must participate in post- graduate courses. This education enables therapists to develop safe and ... Read More

In the province of British Columbia, therapists are required to have 2200 hours of education from an accredited school in order to challenge the provincial board exams. These requirements are governed by the College of Massage Therapists of B.C. To maintain in good standing with the College, RMT’s must participate in post- graduate courses. This education enables therapists to develop safe and appropriate rehabilitation and/or self care programs. RMT’s use effective assessment and treatment skills from their background in clinical and health sciences. Their education enables therapists to develop safe and appropriate rehabilitation and/or self care programs. Some Conditions Treated with Massage Therapy: Headaches, Tendonitis, Bursitis, Ligament sprains, Muscle strains/sprains/spasms, Stress reduction, Carpal tunnel syndrome, Arthritis, Edema, Scoliosis, Disc herniations, Sciatica, Postural imbalances, Whiplash, Asthma symptoms, Pregnancy pre/post-natal, and Temporomandibular joint dysfunction. There are many techniques that can be used to massage. RMT’s learn a variety of approaches to treatments. Assessments and special tests allow the therapist to choose the appropriate technique based on each individual case.

**Please note Effective January 1, 2018 our massage therapy rates will be increasing by $10.00. Our new rates are within the BCMTA Recommended Fee Schedule and are comparable to other massage therapy clinics in the area. At the same time, we are also excited to share with you that we will be able to direct bill for your massage therapy treatments to over 10 different insurance companies. Ask us the next time you are in if your plan qualifies and we will get you set up. We appreciate your loyalty to Bloom and look forward to seeing you soon! **



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