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Unlock Your Full Potential and Overcome Golfer’s Elbow with Our Transformative Massage Therapy
Registered Massage Therapy with purpose in Toronto’s Yorkville Neighbourhood
Because optimizing your body’s wellness does not happen by chance..it happens by experiencing a tailored treatment with an expert Toronto Registered Massage Therapist (RMT).
Are you tired of the nagging pain in your elbow, hampering your golf game and active lifestyle?
Does Golfer’s Elbow keep you from achieving your full potential on the course, leaving you frustrated and limited in your swing?
Have traditional treatments and remedies failed to provide long-lasting relief, leaving you searching for a solution that truly works?
Are you tired of sitting on the sidelines, watching others enjoy the game you love, while your Golfer’s Elbow holds you back?
Do you experience sharp, stabbing pain every time you grip a club, making each swing an agonizing challenge
Are you ready to break free from the cycle of temporary relief and experience a truly transformative solution for your Golfer’s Elbow?
Have you tried countless therapies and exercises, only to find yourself still struggling with the persistent discomfort of Golfer’s Elbow?
Are you determined to regain your confidence, improve your performance, and get back in the game stronger than ever before?
Improved Range of Motion
Enhanced Strength and Stability
Optimal Athletic Performance
Maybe you can relate?
The Holistic Move Sports Massage Toronto provides:
Integrative approach to identifying the root problem, effective correctional strategies, and producing long-lasting results.
Book an appointment, experience the best treatment, leave feeling like a better version of yourself.
Here’s how it works:
I’ll take you through a comprehensive biomechanical and identify the source of your problem. Then I’ll explain the steps that’s needed to get you back on track towards reaching your fitness goals and doing the things you enjoy.
I’ll develop a tailored strategic plan designed specifically to you and your goals. This plan will allow you to become more physically resilient, pain-free, and quickly get back to your favourite activity effectively and efficiently.
Once your issues are resolved and you are moving efficiently without any pain or discomfort, I will implement exercise and therapeutic strategies to help solidify our results and to avoid future relapses of your issue. Consider this our method of “bulletproofing” your body against future wear and tear in your sport and daily life.
Limited Range of Motion
Individuals with Golfer’s Elbow pain often experience a restricted range of motion in their forearm muscles, making simple tasks and activities challenging. Our specialized Golfer’s Elbow massage therapy targets the underlying causes of this limitation, helping to restore flexibility and regain full range of motion in your forearm.
Weakened Grip Strength
Golfer’s Elbow pain can lead to a significant reduction in grip strength, making it difficult to perform everyday tasks and hindering performance in sports activities. Our tailored massage treatments focus on strengthening the affected muscles and tendons, improving grip strength, and helping you regain control and confidence in your hand movements.
Golfer’s Elbow pain can become a persistent, nagging discomfort that affects daily life and diminishes overall well-being. Our holistic approach not only targets the physical symptoms but also addresses the underlying factors contributing to the chronic discomfort. By identifying and treating these root causes, we provide effective relief, allowing you to break free from the cycle of pain and experience long-lasting comfort.
Reduced Athletic Performance
Golfer’s Elbow pain can significantly hamper athletic performance, hindering your ability to excel in sports activities. Our specialized massage therapy techniques target the affected muscles, tendons, and connective tissues, reducing inflammation, improving blood flow, and optimizing muscle function. By addressing the root causes of the forearm pain, we help athletes regain their peak performance and unlock their full potential.
As an RMT, I will continue to offer high-quality therapeutic massage therapy treatments. In addition, with my additional education and training in functional neurology, I can offer patients an integrative approach that often has many longer-lasting benefits. Using a functional neurology-based therapy like P-DTR, we identify the movements that cause your symptoms, perform a specific treatment, retest the same movement after treatment, then provide you with the appropriate exercises for “homework” to solidify our results. Rest assured, I am also Certified and Licensed by the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario.
I often hear from my patients that they have tried nearly everything to resolve their issues or meet their fitness goals. Since every case is unique, this is why I have an initial assessment appointment for first timer visitors. It allows me to understand the problem better, ask the proper questions, and recommend the best treatment for your needs.
No, Golfer’s Elbow, also known as medial epicondylitis, is not exclusive to golfers. While the name suggests a connection to golf, this condition can affect anyone who repeatedly uses their forearm muscles, particularly those involved in gripping, twisting, or flexing the wrist. Golfer’s Elbow is an overuse injury that typically occurs due to repetitive stress on the tendons in the forearm, leading to inflammation and pain around the bony bump on the inside of the elbow.
Although golfers may be prone to this condition due to the repetitive swinging motion involved in their sport, it can also occur in individuals who participate in other activities that strain the same forearm tendons. These activities may include other sports like tennis, baseball, and weightlifting, as well as occupations that involve frequent and forceful hand or wrist movements, such as carpentry, plumbing, and painting.
Therefore, while Golfer’s Elbow is commonly associated with golfers, it is not exclusive to them and can affect individuals who engage in various repetitive arm movements or gripping actions.
Massage therapy for Golfer’s Elbow focuses on reducing inflammation, releasing tension in the affected muscles and tendons, improving blood circulation, and promoting healing. It helps alleviate pain, restore range of motion, and enhance overall recovery.
Yes, massage therapy can be highly beneficial for chronic Golfer’s Elbow. By targeting the underlying causes of the condition, such as muscle imbalances and repetitive strain, massage therapy can provide relief, reduce pain, and help manage the symptoms over the long term.
The number of massage sessions needed depends on the severity of the condition, individual factors, and response to treatment. Generally, a series of sessions is recommended to achieve optimal results. Your massage therapist will assess your condition and develop a personalized treatment plan tailored to your needs.
Yes, your massage therapist may recommend specific self-care techniques and exercises to supplement the massage therapy sessions. These may include stretching, strengthening exercises, self-massage techniques, and ergonomic modifications to reduce stress on the affected area.
Yes, massage therapy can play a proactive role in preventing future episodes of Golfer’s Elbow. By addressing muscle imbalances, improving flexibility, and promoting proper bio-mechanics, massage therapy can help reduce the risk of re-injury and enhance overall musculoskeletal health.
Yes, Golfer’s Elbow massage therapy can be beneficial for individuals of various fitness levels and age groups. It can be tailored to suit each person’s specific needs, taking into account their medical history, current condition, and individual goals. However, it is always recommended to consult with a qualified massage therapist, like Tim, to determine the suitability of massage therapy for your unique circumstances.
Yes, it is generally possible for someone with Golfer’s Elbow to seek massage therapy treatment while also undergoing physiotherapy or chiropractic care. However, it is important to coordinate and communicate with all healthcare professionals involved to ensure a comprehensive and cohesive treatment approach.
Prices and my availability can be found on my Massage online booking calendar
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I work with people from all walks of life! From the weekend warrior to the seasoned athlete, I will always find the most effective way for everyone to find success in meeting their goals.
No, my clinic practice is geared more towards therapeutic care rather than a spa so a tip is not required. Referring me to your friends and family is the most appreciated form of a tip. If your experience is spectacular, consider giving me a great review!
Unfortunately, no. My schedule is frequently booked up weeks in advance. I recommend booking an appointment ahead of time using my online booking system.
The Holistic Move | Tim Wong | Toronto Massage Therapy, Personal Training & Alternative Medicine is located at 80 Bloor St. W. Suite 200, Toronto, Ontario, M5S2V1.
We are open Tuesday: 12:00 – 20:00, Wednesday: 15:00 – 20:00, Thursday: 12:00 – 20:00.
For additional questions, you can call us at (647) 955-6336.