Active Motion Therapeutics/ Massage Therapy

Registered Massage Therapist Chilliwack
Opening at 09:00 tomorrow
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“This pain usually peaks 24-72 hours after exercise. The type of exercise that causes the most muscle soreness is “eccentric” exercise, which is where force is generated by the muscle as it lengthens — think about walking downhill or the lowering phase of a bicep curl.

Athletic man suffering fro...

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“McMaster University researchers have shown that reducing daily steps to fewer than 1,500 — similar to the activity level of people who are housebound during this pandemic — for just two weeks can reduce an older person’s insulin sensitivity by as much as one-third. The same period of inactivity...

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In light of the recent increase in Covid-19 exposures through Chilliwack I would just like to give a reminder to all of my patients to please be safe. The CMTBC has now asked that the emailed Covid-19 questionnaire be sent 48 hours (as opposed to the former 24 hours) prior to your appointment and...

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“A study led by Stanford bioengineer Scott Delp, PhD, and sports medicine physician Michael Fredericson, MD, looked at running form rather than shoes, exploring whether training runners to strike the ground first with the forefoot rather than the heel could reduce injuries. Sure enough, the fore...

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“When treating patients with cLBP, doctors of chiropractic commonly prescribe rehabilitation/exercise programs to improve motor control, muscle strengthening, stretching, and aerobic capacity. One such exercise that may be recommended is walking backwards. Compared with walking forward, studies h...

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Step Back
Is taking 10,000 steps daily the key to better health and longevity? Maybe not, say HMS researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. An observational study over four years of more than 16,000 women, average age of 72, found that those who walked least—2,700 steps on average daily—had t...

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7 months ago
Keeping me fit to work a desk!
- A L
a year ago
Robert is a professional who is really dedicated to his field and helping improve the lives of his clients. For me, he's great at relieving the pain I have in my shoulders due to stress and my legs from various causes. Can't recommend enough.
- Helmut W
2 years ago
I am a fitness instructor as well as a health care professional. Rob has helped me with my spinal and lower back problems so I can move more effectively in my jobs and life. Robs knowledge and ongoing education keep his clients in caring hands. Appointments are easy to book.

Education and rehabilitation

Through Massage Therapy, create a healthy understanding of physical form ,proper training goals and to help others achieve pain free movement

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103-45389 Luckakuck Way
Chilliwack, BC V2R3V1

Opening Hours

Tue:9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Wed:9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Thu:9:00 am – 5:30 pm
Fri:9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Sat:9:00 am – 2:00 pm
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