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Missing your RMT?

July 22nd, 2021

I’ve been getting many emails and messages from patients saying how much they miss their Massage Therapy Treatments. Trust me! The Massage Therapists miss their patients, too! When aches and pains arise or are anticipated, the Massage Therapy team is there, ready to help with musculoskeletal issues. And as much as we wish the technology were available to reach through the screen during this time of quarantine and staying home, unfortunately there’s very little we can do to help. However, many studies cited by then British Journal of Sports Medicine state that one of the best ways to fight aches and pain is movement. Getting the blood flowing through exercise helps with most of the common aches and pains we as RMT’s see in the clinic! The most common benefits are increasing: – Metabolic rate – Sleep quality -Brain function and mental wellness And decreasing: -Arthritic, fibromyalgia, back and chronic disease pain -Depression and anxiety and related pains Thankfully, we have solutions for you while you’re at home! Many of our Therapy team members are eligible and available NOW to help guide you through managing your pain until such time as our clinics open again to serve you.  We have: Chiropractors: who can assist with muscle, joint and nerve related issues and pain Physiotherapists: who are trained in specific exercise management of injury and pain/pain management Kinesiologists: Who can create exercise rehab programs for you while at home Naturopath: Who can help with any number of systemic or body related issues, nutrition and wellness. Book TODAY a Telehealth appointment to start feeling better NOW while you’re at home! Adryon Hutton RMT Health Services Manager
Adryon is a Registered Massage Therapist and Health Services Manager at Legacies Health Centre. She has a passion for sports and biomechanics, and strives to assess movement and pain to arrive at the root cause of dysfunction for the best possible outcome for her patients. Adryon has been involved as Head Team Therapist and Therapy Organizer for the BC Lions since 2006, The Vancouver Canucks, Abbotsford Canucks and HSBC Vancouver Sevens Rugby Tournament; She also has volunteered at the ITU World Cup and Championship in Vancouver, World Police and Fire Games, 2010 Winter Olympics, PGA tournaments and local amateur competitions and events in golf, soccer, gymnastics, and triathlon events. Adryon also takes an active role in her profession formerly sitting on the board of the BC Chapter of the CSMTA (Canadian Sports Massage Therapy Association) and an inaugural therapist in the Sport Professional Practice Group through RMTBC and SportMedBC which assists the Massage Therapy Profession progress towards specialization in Sport. Adryon proudly gives back to the profession by guest lecturing and teaching Sports and Business at the Therapy colleges to inspire future RMT Graduates into a sports and orthopedically-centred practice.