Information on our upcoming holidays and new clinic hours that are taking effect when we get back.
Dr. Mark Wensley's Blog
The busier we get, the more difficult it becomes to remember what our calendars look like! As a result, double-booking ourselves becomes common and sometimes results in missing appointments or having to cancel last minute. We understand that life can sometimes be unpredictable but want to refresh patients of our office's no-show policy in this blog post.
Yes...a good diet and exercise regimen can have endless benefits and a huge impact on our aging bodies. It can also play a key role in fighting the development of conditions like arthritis; but so can massage therapy! Find out more about how massage therapy can help treat and alleviate arthritis pain in our latest post written by Krista!
There is lots going on in our clinic this August! Before Dr. Wensley goes away for two weeks of vacation time, we just wanted to take a break from our usual blog routine and let you know what's going on:
Don't know the benefits of massage therapy? Hesistant to spend a fortune on an expensive treatment to try it out? Read through these 3 reasons to book a Relaxation massage!
Last week we released a post about what laser therapy is and how it works. This week, we’re going to explain some of the common biological effects that occur during and after a laser treatment.
Practitioners are using laser therapy more often than ever before to treat patients for inflammation and other common conditions. If you are unsure or unaware of what laser therapy is or what it does, here are 4 things everyone should know about laser treatment!
The Active Release Seminar (aka ART ) I attended on the 16-17th of January in Vancouver, B.C. was by far the most educational and challenging seminar I have ever attended. There were 30 practitioners in a conference room with 6 instructors.
This is a hands-on touch and case management system that allows the certified practitioner to diagnose and treat soft tissue injuries. Soft tissue refers primarily to muscle, tendon, fascia and nerves.