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Surrey Massage Therapy

We offer massage therapy to help compliment our chiropractic care. Our massage therapists practice the following modalities:

  • Swedish massage
  • Trigger point therapy
  • Hot stone massage

Massage therapy works extremely well together with chiropractic adjustments. Those with soft tissue, ligaments and muscle problems will achieve wellness goals with our massage therapy.

Health Benefits of Massage Therapy

The main focus of massage is soft tissue work of the muscles and ligaments. Some of the benefits include:

  • Release of tension
  • Increase of range of motion
  • Relaxation
  • Relief of chronic pain
  • Relief for everyday sprains or strains
  • Help for sports, work or auto accident injuries

What You Need to Know

When you visit our massage therapists you’ll have some paperwork to fill out and then we’ll get you on your way to relaxation.

Download Massage Therapy Paperwork

Massage Fees

$65 for 30 minutes session
$115 for 60 minutes session

Taxes are included in our fees.

We will provide a receipt for you to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement.

Benefit from massage therapy today! Call us now at (604) 951-8959!


Meet Our Registered Massage Therapists

Nav Muker-Lehal, RMT

I have spent the last 10 years devoting the time to improve the health and wellness of my patients, which has proven to be both exciting and extremely fulfilling. When not in the clinic, I love spending time with my daughter, improving my life through various workouts, and travelling.

Jag Grewal, RMT

I have always been interested in Sciences and the healing practises. While I was in high school I excelled in Biology, Physics, Math and Calculus. I was planning to study further after completing grade 12 and eventually become a Doctor. Due to financial reasons this was not possible. During a recent career planning course it came to light that my core values conflicted with the professions I had been perusing after graduation. One of the personality tests I took at the career planning course showed that I was a type INFP personality. An INFP, the results showed, is one of a born Healer. Read More>>>

I wanted to practise massage therapy for 3 main reasons.
1. It affords me the opportunity to help those in need. I am able to use my knowledge and expertise to make a real difference in my patients’ day to day lives. If not remove the pain they are suffering from altogether, I am able to reduce it and make life more liveable and enjoyable.

2. As I said before, I love the Sciences. As a Registered Massage Therapist I am able to stay on top of the latest advancements and research in Physical Medicine and continue to apply them in my practice. I wish to be, and for the most part have been, a lifelong learner. Constantly upgrading my knowledge allows me to be a more effective massage therapist. Currently I implore a wide array of techniques to aid in the healing of my patients. These include Trigger Point Therapy, Lymphatic Drainage, Myofascial Release, Deep Tissue Massage, Hydrotherapy, Neuromuscular Therapy, Stretching, Therapeutic Exercise, Prenatal Massage, Postnatal Massage, Pediatric/Infant Massage, Relaxation Massage, Craniosacal Therapy, Orthopedic Testing & Grade 1, 2 & 3 Joint Mobilization of the Axial and Peripheral Skeleton.

3. I enjoy variety. The variety of patients I treat is very appealing to me. I love to interact with others and I enjoy listening and offering advice when asked. I have often been one whom my friends and family come to for advice and counsel. Also the wide array of workplaces I have worked has also taught me a great deal. I have worked in outreaches at GF Strong Rehabilitation Center, George Pearson Center, Multiple Sclerosis inreach, Burnaby Hospital, Surrey Memorial Hospital, and Vancouver General Hospital.

Dr. Leong Wong | Surrey Chiropractor

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