Amanda Elmer, Massage Therapist, Grimsby, ON

Amanda Elmer

Amanda Elmer

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Grimsby, ON
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Amanda Elmer Bio

Amanda is a skilled and compassionate Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) who utilizes her assessment skills and a variety of manual therapy techniques to evaluate, treat, and prevent various dysfunctions. She is experienced in techniques such as myofascial release, trigger point therapy, and cupping to address physical pain and dysfunction in her clients. Amanda's approach goes beyond addressing immediate concerns. She aims to inspire a fundamental shift in how we perceive our own health, emphasizing the importance of ongoing self-care for long-term well-being and stress management. She believes in empowering her clients with the knowledge and tools to take charge of their own health. In addition to her hands-on treatments, Amanda provides home care programs that include stretching or strengthening exercises to support the recovery process between sessions. She is dedicated to working with her clients to help them achieve their optimum health goals and encourages them to prioritize self-care. Amanda graduated from the Ontario College of Health & Technology and is a registered member in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. This ensures that she meets the professional standards and regulations set by the regulatory body. Outside of her work, Amanda enjoys spending quality time with her family, engaging in outdoor activities such as hiking and exploring nature. She also has a passion for reading, cooking, and powerlifting, which reflects her commitment to a balanced and healthy lifestyle.

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Registered massage therapists help with whiplash is an injury that you experience, that most people experience, from car accidents. You can also have it from a sports injury.The technical term for whiplash in the medical literature is whiplash associated disorders, or WAD, and that’s what we’re going to refer to it as today. WAD happens when your head is thrown about, usually forward and sometimes backwards and side to side and treatment from a local RMT Registered Massage Therapist .

It can be any other direction but that’s the general idea. And it’s an acceleration, deacceleration injury when the neck structures have to respond to that force that comes into you.The types of symptoms that you might expect after a car accident and a whiplash injury would be anywhere from moderate to no symptoms at all. And the moderate symptoms generally consist of stiffness in the neck, some mild achiness, maybe some mild headache, and you might feel that you’re more sensitive to cold than you normally are.

The more severe symptoms that people might feel are ringing in the ears, dizziness, loss of memory and pain coming down their arms. With whiplash injuries, there are many factors that go into deciding how much pain you’re going to be in.The force of the impact is one, and in some cases – not all cases – people have what they call low velocity injuries, where it’s a slow-moving, low-impact, but the patient experiences a lot of pain afterwards.

And a lot of patients have really bad injuries and have no pain afterwards, and so what’s the difference? The difference is the intangible factors that come into deciding how much pain you have. One of them – or a couple of them – are social factors and often seeing a local RMT Registered Massage Therapist .

So, how your social life, your home life, your work life is going. If you’re experiencing any anxiety and depression at the time. Also, general health will affect how much pain you experience, so the better your health the less impact it’s going to have, the worse your health you’re going to experience more pain.Women also tend to experience more pain after car accidents and whiplash injuries, and it’s generally thought it’s the ligament laxity or the joints are a little bit looser in women, they tend to be more flexible, so when impact comes they move more and tend to be injured more during car accidents.If you have any further questions about whiplash injuries, you can go see your local rehabilitation therapist. Those therapists are either your massage therapist, your physiotherapist or your chiropractor.


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