Sue is a registered massage therapist and mother of three busy kids. As a graduate from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy (CCMH) in Cambridge, she is pleased to be able to offer massage treatments that will benefit a wide range of concerns. She has had the opportunity to treat a diverse population of clients, including athletes, people in palliative care, caregivers, children, people with traumatic brain injuries, emergency room nurses, pregnant women and their partners, those living with chronic pain, and people who are busy, stressed and tired!.
Sue’s mission is to improve her clients’ overall well-being, and their sense of ease and comfort as they go about their everyday lives. She focuses on her clients’ goals and priorities and works to help them move forward with more mobility, reduced pain and decreased stress. Her treatments vary to suit the needs of individual clients and are always evolving to address changing circumstances.
What to expect
- A discussion about their goals for the treatment, as well as questions about their current and past health concerns
- Range of motion and special orthopedic assessments, which lead to a proposed treatment plan
- Hands-on treatment followed by recommendations for activities to be done at home that can expand on the progress made during the treatment.