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(Posted 2 p.m., Nov. 8)
Massage and Treatment Clinic moves into new digs

By Fred Sherwin
Orléans Online

Friends and co-owners of The Massage and Treatment Clinic, Julie Tessier-Woodcock and Amanda-Lyn Smith stand outside their new location on Place d’Orléans Dr. Fred Sherwin/Photo

After serving clients out of their Des Epinettes Ave. location for the past 12 years, the Massage and Treatment Clinic has moved to an expanded location on Place d’Orléans Drive beside the Greco Lean and Fit studio near the No Frills grocery store.

Co-owner Amanda Smith says the old location became too cramped as their clientele grew along with the number of massage therapists they had on staff to serve them. The location also limited their ability to continue growing.

The new location is right next door to the Place d’Orléans shopping centre and within walking distance of the transit station.

During the past 14 years in business The Massage and Treatment Clinic has earned a reputation for professionalism and customer care that is second to none..

They truly care about each and every client who passes through their door. As health care professionals they take the time to accurately assess the client’s ailment and then proceed with whatever treatment is the most effective in alleviating the problem.

The benefits of massage therapy are almost too numerous to list. It creates body awareness, foster peace of mind, improves blood and lymph circulation, improves posture, lessens stress and reduces anxiety by promoting a relaxed state of mental awareness and increases mobility.

Whether it’s Therapeutic Ultrasound, Cranial Osteopathy, Acupressure Massage Therapy, or any other treatment they specialize in, you can be assured that at the end of the day you will be feeling stronger and better.

The Clinic is also one of the few in Ottawa with a resident Registered Massage Therapist who specializes in Lymphatic Drainage.

The treatment is commonly used to help with lymphedema, which can be caused by heart problems, wearing tight-fitting clothing, and injuries like sprains and fractures. It also sometimes happens a side effect of chemotherapy treatments and surgeries done to remove breast cancer, colon cancer, and prostate cancer.

Amanda is also a certified infant massage instructor who can provide parents with the tools to properly massage their infants and children with confidence. The benefits this provides helps relieve colic, gas and constipation, strengthens the immune system, increases healthy bonding, stimulates physiological systems (circulatory, nervous, digestive), increases parents’ awareness of cues and helps regulate sleep patterns.

At The Massage and Treatment Clinic they offer bilingual service and flexible hours. Appointments can be made during the day, in the evening or on weekends.

The cost is extremely reasonable and the prices are based on 15 minute intervals. Of special note, massage therapy is often covered by your extended medical plan when conducted by a Registered Massage Therapist.

To find out more about The Massage and Treatment Clinic, you can visit their website at www.massageandtreatmentclinic.com.

(This story was made possible thanks to the generous support of our local business partners.)


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