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  1. Our Rates Will Be: 60 minutes $120. 45 minutes $100. 30 minutes $70. If you need to contact your therapist please do so via email: – sandra@capitolhillmassage.ca. – shari@capitolhillmassage.ca. – grant@capitolhillmassage.ca. – renee@capitolhillmassage.ca.

    • Private Rates
    • MSP
    • Initial Visit (45 Minute Appointment) – $77

    Your Initial Appointment can be booked as either 45 or 60 minutes. This appointment will include an interview, assessment, and treatment. The cost of your subsequent treatments will vary on the length of your session. 1. 30 minutes – $70 2. 45 minutes – $100 3. 60 minutes – $120 4. 90 minutes – $180 Extended Health Plans that we provide direct bill...

    Premium assistance patients are entitled to 10 visits per calendar year that are partially covered by the Medical Services Plan. These visits are combined with your visits to a chiropractor, physiotherapist, naturopath and podiatrist. We will need your Care Card number to confirm coverage.

    Subsequent Visit fees are based on the length of your appointment. 1. 30 minutes – $47 2. 45 minutes – $77 3. 60 minutes – $97 Rob bills MSP – book your appointment here.

  2. 100-4695 Hastings Street. Burnaby , BC , V5C 2K6. 604-293-7707. Massage Therapy is a health discipline that emphasizes the power of healing touch and pressure to the tissues of the body to regenerate themselves.

  3. You are encouraged to ask questions about the goals of your treatment or provide feedback about the treatment itself. After your session, your therapist will provide you with specific exercises that will assist in your rehabilitation. You may feel some discomfort following your appointment, this is normal. Ice may help alleviate this discomfort.

  4. www.capitolhillmassage.ca › therapists › stephen_w_butchartStephen W. Butchart, RMT

    Stephen W. Butchart, RMT at the Capitol Hill Massage Therapy Clinic, Burnaby, BC 100-4695 Hastings Street Burnaby , BC , V5C 2K6 604-293-7707

  5. Chiropractor Burnaby. Dr. Jeremy Leung is registered with the College of Chiropractors of BC and a member of the BC Chiropractic Association. He has been in private practice at the Capitol Hill Massage Therapy and Chiropractic Clinic since 1998. He first attended the University of British Columbia from 1989-1992 where he obtained his Bachelor ...

  6. Serenity Breathing Purpose To release tension in the mind and the neck when . . . • Many muscles in the neck are tight • The muscles have forgotten how to relax • The neck is painful and sustained stretching is too challenging • You are trying to restore a healthy

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