Massage Therapy

Registered Massage Therapy includes a wide variety of treatment approaches: Swedish, deep tissue, myofascial, visceral, craniosacral, orthopedic, sports, pregnancy, osteopathic, muscle energy, to name a few. There is a core set of techniques in which all RMTs have been trained, but each RMT at Broadway Wellness uses an individual style and set of techniques which vary in pressure, depth, sty... Read More

Registered Massage Therapy includes a wide variety of treatment approaches: Swedish, deep tissue, myofascial, visceral, craniosacral, orthopedic, sports, pregnancy, osteopathic, muscle energy, to name a few.

There is a core set of techniques in which all RMTs have been trained, but each RMT at Broadway Wellness uses an individual style and set of techniques which vary in pressure, depth, style, and post graduate training.

If you're looking for a therapeutic approach involving deeper pressure in particular, please consider these therapists:
Michael Scottnicki, Char Hunter, Rachel Green, Nathan Johnson, Liz Schaeffer, Dana Anderchek, Mai Holmes, and Brandon Benson.

If you are looking to learn more about each therapist and their approach to treatment, have a read through their biographies here: http://www.broadwaymassageandtherapy.com/our-therapists


Naturopathic Medicine

Naturopathic Medicine is a distinct and integrated form of primary health care that allows the Naturopathic Doctor to work in conjunction with the patient to assess, diagnose, treat and prevent disease. It focuses on finding the underlying causes that result in the development of disease and promotes well-being using therapeutics that support and enhance a patients overall health.


Acupuncture

Dr. Mark Cseszko is licensed as a Registered Acupuncturist, and a Naturopathic Doctor. Dr. Krista Moyer is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor trained through the Naturopathic Medicine program to provide acupuncture treatments. Acupuncture is based in Traditional Chinese Medicine and the belief that living beings have energy, known as qi (pronounced “chi”), which circulates through meridians ... Read More

Dr. Mark Cseszko is licensed as a Registered Acupuncturist, and a Naturopathic Doctor.

Dr. Krista Moyer is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor trained through the Naturopathic Medicine program to provide acupuncture treatments.

Acupuncture is based in Traditional Chinese Medicine and the belief that living beings have energy, known as qi (pronounced “chi”), which circulates through meridians in the body, each correlating to a different organ system. If this energy flow becomes imbalanced or impeded, symptoms will emerge. In order to reestablish the flow of qi, practitioners apply very fine needles to stimulate specific, identifiable points (acupoints) on the body. Very thin needles are used to penetrate the superficial layers of the skin in a way that generally does not cause discomfort when they are placed.


Osteopathic Manual Practice

We are excited to announce that Alison Ritchie has completed the five year Osteopathic program at the Canadian School of Osteopathy and is now working on her thesis. She will continue to bill as a RMT until this is complete. Osteopathy BC defines Osteopathy as "a safe and effective patient centred manual therapy which works in combination with the individuals own homeostatic mechanisms to he... Read More

We are excited to announce that Alison Ritchie has completed the five year Osteopathic program at the Canadian School of Osteopathy and is now working on her thesis. She will continue to bill as a RMT until this is complete.

Osteopathy BC defines Osteopathy as "a safe and effective patient centred manual therapy which works in combination with the individuals own homeostatic mechanisms to help restore balance and optimal health. It works with the understanding that the way the body is able to function is inseparable from the way it is structured.
All aspects of the body must work together to maintain health and the osteopathic approach is able to address the person as a whole to improve not only structure and therefore function but overall health and wellbeing.
Osteopathic Practitioners support the body’s ability to restore and maintain health by using skilled palpation and manual techniques to influence muscles, joints, nerves, connective tissue, circulation and internal organs.
The World Health Organization, in its 2010 report on Osteopathy, recognized osteopathy as distinct from other healthcare professions that utilize manual techniques, such as physiotherapy and chiropractic, despite some overlap in the techniques and interventions employed."


Craniosacral Therapy

Karen will be back in Vancouver and available at Broadway Wellness on July 25, 26, and August 8, 2017. A Craniosacral Therapist gently works with the body from a holistic perspective. Initial consultation includes assessment of the primary condition or injury including an overview of the functionality of the spine, the skull (cranial structures), all diaphragms, and soft tissue. Importantly... Read More

Karen will be back in Vancouver and available at Broadway Wellness on July 25, 26, and August 8, 2017.

A Craniosacral Therapist gently works with the body from a holistic perspective. Initial consultation includes assessment of the primary condition or injury including an overview of the functionality of the spine, the skull (cranial structures), all diaphragms, and soft tissue. Importantly, myofascial tone is also observed and taken into account. The results of treatment are often profound. Clients report a deep sense of relaxation and peace.



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