Evidence Based Care
Massage therapy, chiropractic care, physiotherapy and acupuncture for total body wellness.
All of us have experienced muscle pain at some point in our lives and may require relief through massage therapy.
Whether you experience pain for a short or long period of time, it can have a huge effect on how well you are able to function day-to-day. There is no need to try to ignore the consequences it has on your life. Are you experiencing pain from an accident, injury or an unknown reason? Are you struggling with the ups and downs of physical health? Or you are looking to prevent future pain from occurring? If so, you can take comfort in knowing that Achieve Health’s massage therapy service is here to help you feel your best.
Our Victoria massage therapy providers assess, treat, and prevent soft tissue injury and dysfunction. Our Registered Massage Therapists (RMT) are certified according to BC standards, which requires written and practical exams, as well as the completion of continuing education training.
Elite and recreational athletes can use massage therapy to improve their athletic performance, to decrease the likelihood of injury, and to improve recovery time if an injury does occur. It is also proven to help with the treatment and management of acute and chronic musculoskeletal and neurological pain. If you have been in a car accident or have experienced a workplace injury, use of our massage therapy services can assist with headaches, shoulder, back, and neck pain that may have occurred as a result. Pain caused by the hours you spend sitting in front of a computer screen at work or actively playing with your kids can also be addressed. Read more…
Achieve Health’s Services
Our staff and doctors are trained and accredited professionals in chiropractic and physiotherapy, massage therapy and acupuncture.
Are you looking for a chiropractor in Victoria BC?
Our Victoria chiropractors provide a drug-free alternative to the assessment and treatment of disorders that are related to the spine, peripheral joints of the limbs as well as having effects on the nervous system. Treatment plans can include chiropractic manipulation, soft tissue therapy, and exercise. Chiropractic manipulation specifically is the treatment directed toward joints that have decreased functionality. Through this technique, your body can gain an increased ability to move the joint area. Chiropractors are required to obtain a Doctor of Chiropractic degree, which requires a minimum of 4, 200 combined hours in the classroom, in the laboratory, and of clinical experience. Read more…