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Keiko is my go to for RAPID treatment in Edmonton.
"My goal as an RMT is to continue as a RAPID NFR Specialist. By affecting the nervous system and treating dysfunctional nerve endings, I am able to decrease tissue tone, increase tissue fluid, and reduce pain. Using RAPID NFR, I’ve been successful with treating musculoskeletal conditions such as back pain, headaches/migraines, sciatica, carpal tunnel syndrome, knee pain, arthritis, plantar fasciitis, TMJ-D, and much more. RAPID NFR is also effective in treating scar tissue, re-establishing stability in core dysfunction, releasing diaphragmatic adhesion, and addressing pelvic floor issues. It is my hope to continue treating with RAPID NFR to help my clients return to their regular activities."
Have you been referred for Fascial Stretch Therapy? (FST) Lindsay is my go to for FST!
Lindsay’s passion for health and athletics has been lifelong. She knows firsthand how frustrating an injury can be, especially when it takes you away from what you love to do. Whether its your sport, job or hobby, she is invested in developing individual treatment plans, to problem solve current issues and better clients future health, through Therapeutic Massage and Remedial Exercise.
Lindsay is working towards specializing in the neuromyofascial network of the body, currently offering movement based therapies such as: Fascial Stretch Therapy ( Level 1) and RAPID neurofascial reset ( Upper body series). Lindsay believes that treating the fascia and nervous system not only addresses the area of complaint, but often has a global system effect.
Alicia believes that massage therapy is a safe and effective form of healthcare, which facilitates the body’s recovery from numerous ailments. She provides Myofascial Cupping Therapy, is experienced in performing intra-oral massage for those patients suffering from Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMJD), and treats women during and after pregnancy.
Alicia graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in New Westminster, BC, where she completed the 3000 hour RMT program. Many of these hours were spent gaining practical experience in a variety of settings. Alicia earned a Bachelor of Health Science Degree from Thompson Rivers University while practicing as a Massage Therapist.