Registered Massage Therapy

A British Columbia, Registered Massage Therapist is a highly trained health care professional (2200 to 3000 hours of education) that can help assess, treat, and prevent various injuries, chronic pain and illness, systemic diseases, and movement dysfunction. During your initial visit with a Registered Massage Therapist, you will complete a comprehensive medical history, lifestyle and physical as... Read More

A British Columbia, Registered Massage Therapist is a highly trained health care professional (2200 to 3000 hours of education) that can help assess, treat, and prevent various injuries, chronic pain and illness, systemic diseases, and movement dysfunction. During your initial visit with a Registered Massage Therapist, you will complete a comprehensive medical history, lifestyle and physical assessment and be provided with treatment recommendations for future care. Subsequent treatments may include the application of various manual modalities and techniques, therapeutic exercise, movement therapy, patient education (pain/stress management, injury prevention) and re-assessment.


Kinesiology / Athletic Therapy

Kinesiology is the science and study of human movement. Kinesiologists address physiological, biomechanical, and psychological mechanisms of movement, and apply the latest evidence-based research to help improve function, health, and wellness in people of all ages, at every level of function and physical ability. Kinesiologists are experts in exercise and the body’s motion, possessing at min... Read More

Kinesiology is the science and study of human movement. Kinesiologists address physiological, biomechanical, and psychological mechanisms of movement, and apply the latest evidence-based research to help improve function, health, and wellness in people of all ages, at every level of function and physical ability.

Kinesiologists are experts in exercise and the body’s motion, possessing at minimum a bachelor’s degree in Human Kinetics (BHk) or Kinesiology (BKin). Kinesiologists are committed to enhancing quality of life through the promotion of physical activity, workplace health and safety, prevention and management of injury, chronic disease and disability, and the overall improvement of health and performance. They can help you move better, live longer and be healthier.

Kinesiologists design and implement fitness programs for all ages, providing exercise and lifestyle-based training services, covering general fitness, sport performance, athletic training, human nutrition, and general issues related to a person’s physical well-being. Kinesiologists work closely with clients to assess, track, and manage overall fitness, tailoring programs to achieve results, based on individual needs and goals.

My name is Alexandra Brown, I graduated from MH vicars school of Massage Therapy in 2019. I enjoy working with clients to create a treatment plan that will help them feel pain free and live and overall better life. Continuing education is so important so I am constantly learning new things to bring into the treatment room! When not at work I enjoy spending time with my family, playing sports and reading a good book! I look forward to meeting new clients and catching up with old ones! See you soon!

My name is Alexandra Brown, I graduated from MH vicars school of Massage Therapy in 2019. I enjoy... Read More

Carly Davenport is a board-certified Athletic Therapist and a Strength & Conditioning Specialist from the coast on Salt Spring Island. She recently graduated from Camosun College, Victoria, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic & Exercise Therapy in 2019, and from there moved to Prince George to work. Carly uses her knowledge in rehabilitation and exercise therapy to provide her clients with a treatment and program to best suit their needs.

As an Athletic Therapist, Carly specializes in preventative care, assessment of musculoskeletal injuries, rehabilitation, reconditioning, as well as emergency care for on the field, ice, or court. Her goal is to provide the tools and knowledge to her clients to help their bodies function optimally to live a healthy and active life.

In Victoria, Carly was mainly involved with the rugby community as a student working with local, provincial, and national teams. In her first year out of school, she worked with the Cariboo Cougars hockey teams in Prince George, British Columbia. Being new to Kamloops, Carly hopes to connect with local teams and organizations to build a better relationship with the community.

Certified Athletic Therapists are best known for their quick-thinking on-field emergency care of professional and elite athletes. The first to respond when someone gets hurt, they are experts at injury assessment and rehabilitation. It’s that same mix of on-site care and active rehabilitation skills that makes Athletic Therapists so effective in treating the musculoskeletal (muscles, bones, and joints) injuries, whether on the field or in the clinic.

Athletic therapists adhere to the Sports Medicine Model of care. They treat a wide range of patients, from kids with concussions to seniors recovering from hip replacement surgery, using various manual therapies, modalities, exercise prescription, and even bracing and taping. The treatment varies, but the objective doesn’t: an Athletic Therapist’s goal is to help clients return to their usual activities, whether that means playing competitive sports or walking to the mailbox and back.

Some examples of conditions Carly can treat are tendonitis, acute/chronic pain, low back pain, strength & mobility, golfer’s/tennis elbow, pre/post-surgical rehab, and more! Carly will also be providing functional training! This modality includes strength, stability, and mobility training tailored to your goals and activities in life.

Carly Davenport is a board-certified Athletic Therapist and a Strength & Conditioning Specialist ... Read More

Melissa West has been practicing Massage Therapy since 1996 and has been a resident of Kamloops since 1997. She graduated from UBC with a Bachelor’s degree in Human Kinetics and went on to obtain a diploma from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 1996. Melissa utilizes her background in Human Kinetics to compliment her Massage Therapy treatments by providing her patients with an interdisciplinary approach to their rehabilitation and care.

Melissa is dedicated to helping people rehabilitate, prevent and manage injuries, and/or chronic conditions, by providing superior quality health care and promoting permanent positive lifestyle changes. With her years of experience came the realization that she cannot address all the needs of her patients single-handedly. Therefore, Melissa uses an interdisciplinary, team approach, and refers patients to resources outside the clinic if necessary. Melissa is always looking for additional practitioners to join the team in order to enhance patient care.

Melissa has been able to give back to the Kamloops community over the years by volunteering with various sports teams (hockey, football, rugby, soccer) and providing first aid, Massage Therapy, athletic training services and educational seminars as required. She has gained invaluable technical experience, as well as connections with the community at large, by continuing these volunteer activities.

Melissa’s lifelong goal has been to be fit, feel healthy, and live pain-free and she hopes she can encourage and help others to do the same.

Melissa West has been practicing Massage Therapy since 1996 and has been a resident of Kamloops s... Read More

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