St. Albert Massage Town

Massage Therapy is a great way to enhance any Chiropractic, Physical Therapy, or Acupuncture treatment. It is also a great therapy for chronic muscle tension for those who just need a massage.

Massage town is located on the second level of  the Health by Hamdon clinic. As the massage aspect of the Health by Hamdon clinic grew, the owner of the clinic, Dr. Hamdon, decided that the massage branch of the clinic needed it’s own name. It’s own brand. And so, Massage Town was born.

Massage Town always strives to provide you with a specific and individualized healing experience.

Treatments

Deep Tissue

A firm, continuous technique to reach deep layers of muscles and fascia. Helps increase mobility and decrease pain.

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Sports Massage

Helps to recover from injury, improve performance and prevent further injury. Promotes muscle balance and tissue repair.

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Relaxation Massage

A light touch massage that can include essential oils and cupping. To promote lower anxiety and stress levels.

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Hot Stone

Smooth heated stones are used to relax tight muscles. Very relaxing and a great option for pain sensitive people.

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Prenatal

Relaxes tense muscles, eases sore spots, and improves circulation and mobility. Massage is done on a specialized ergonomic bed to allow patient to lay on her tummy.

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Therapeutic

The mobilization of soft tissue to restore biomechanical and functional use. Trigger points are also alleviated with type of massage.

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FAQ

How long is a massage therapy treatment?

We offer 30 minute, 45 minute, 60 minute and 90 minute massage therapy treatments.

Do I have to see the Chiropractor or Physiotherapist first to see a Massage Therapist.

No you do not. You may book only with a Massage Therapist if you choose to.

Do I need a family doctor's prescription first to see a Massage Therapist

This only applies if your extended health care plan requires you to have a prescription. We find that most extended health care plans do not require this, but there are a few that do. It’s best to contact your provider to see if you need a prescription in order to have your Massage Therapy treatment covered by your health care plan.

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If you have questions or concerns please don't hesitate to send us a message.