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Massage Therapy enhances therapeutic outcomes by acting directly upon the muscular, nervous, and circulatory systems to aid in rehabilitating physical injuries and various other conditions. Massage assists in maintaining muscle tone and flexibility and can interrupt potentially harmful repetitive strain patterns.

If you experience any of the conditions below our registered massage therapists can offer safe, effective relief. Here at Northview Massage Therapy Clinic, we are trained to treat these conditions or symptoms by using advanced soft tissue techniques.

Treatment offered at our clinic:
  • Therapeutic Massage
  • Relaxation Massage
  • Pre and Post Event Sports Massage
  • Deep Tissue Massage
  • Prenatal Massage
  • Acute and Chronic Injury Rehabilitation
  • Lymphatic Drainage Massage (MLD)
Some of the many conditions that we treat at Northview Massage Therapy Clinic:
  • Acute or chronic neck and back pain
  • Primary and Secondary Lymphedema
  • Sports injuries
  • Cervical injuries
  • Headaches
  • TMJ ( jaw pain )
  • Muscle Spasms
  • Arthritis
  • Pre and post hip-replacement therapy
  • Fibromyalgia ( FM )
  • Foot pain and dysfunction
  • Thoracic outlet syndrome
  • Scoliosis
  • Motor vehicle accident related injuries
  • Stess reduction
  • Torticollis
  • Pregnancy
  • Other physical and neurological dysfunctions

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Lymphedema occurs when there is an underlying mechanical insufficiency of the lymphatic system. The rate of absorption is lower than normal causing and imbalance in the tissues. This results in an accumulation of protein rich fluid in the interstitium causing lymphedema. There are two types of Lymphedema Primary and Secondary. Primary is when there is a development disorder of the lymphatic system. Secondary is when the lymphatic system has been damaged due to a known cause. The most common secondary causes are lymph node dissection, radiation, infection, trauma, or malignancies in the lymphatics.

Conditions treated

Primary Lymphedema:

Two main types of Primary Lymphedema:

  • Meige Type (90-96% of cases)
  • Sporadic onset
  • Mostly starts in feet/ankles and progresses up legs.
  • Congenital but manifests during puberty or later
  • Lymphedema Praecox: Manifests before age 35
  • Lymphedema Tardum: Manifests after age 35
  • Nonne- Milroy Type (4-10 % of cases)
  • Hereditary
  • Present at birth or shortly after
  • Mostly effects lower extremities

In the case of infants, starting MLD treatment and educating the caregiver on ways to encourage lymph drainage outside of treatment is taught. Compression garments and bandaging is available when advised by the physician. When treating children, we start MLD treatment as soon as possible. Children who can verbally communicate, can be bandaged and fitted with compression garments with approval of treating physician. Adults are treated with CDT. The earlier the diagnosis and treatment begins the better prognosis and management will be for the future.

Secondary Lymphedema:

  • Post cancer edemas i.e. mastectomies, prostate etc.
  • Lipedema
  • Trauma related edemas
  • Surgery (pre-operative and post-operative) edemas
  • Sinus congestions and chronic sinusitis
  • Concussions
  • Eye surgeries
  • Orthopedic/surgical/trauma-related disorders i.e. whiplash, burns, keloids
  • Lactation disorders
  • Stroke, multiple sclerosis, downs syndrome
  • Autonomic nervous conditions i.e. severe anxiety, stress, burn – out
  • Pre/post cosmetic surgeries

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Other services available in our clinic:
Chiropractic - Dr. Jabeen Jussa, B.Sc., D.C.

Prior to visit, please print and fill out INTAKE FORM and bring with you on your initial visit to the Northview Massage Therapy Clinic.