Massage Therapy

Based off Swedish techniques Phelona offers 7 different massages to choose from. Ottawa men and women who come for regular sessions enjoy a permanent ‘post-massage’ feeling. Your mind: at ease. Your body: relaxed. Ready and prepared, even during times of physical and mental stress. First time? In a 60 minute massage therapy treatment we can focus on your individual needs as well as give you a taste of pure relaxation.

Swedish Techniques

All types of massage provided are based on Swedish methods. This may include those looking for anything from relaxation, trigger point therapy and deep tissue work.

Sports Massage

For weekend warriors to elite professional athletes. Pre and post competitions as well as maintenance, recovery and injury prevention.

Lymphatic Drainage

Directed towards those who are post-surgery or who have had inflammation or swelling due to a variety of causes. Lymphatic systems carry waste products away from muscle tissues and back to the heart to be filtered.

Myofascial

Myofascial techniques are used to address the outermost layer of the body, where the skin attaches to muscle tissue. This area can become adhesive and restrict movement of joints and underlying tissues.

TMJ

Temporomandibular joint massage treating tissues of the jaw both internally and externally.

Pregnancy Massage

Prenatal and postnatal massage for women at any time of their pregnancy.

Hot Stone

For anyone looking for a deep relaxation using heated stones.

Physiotherapy

Variety of techniques to manipulate the body, relieve pain and restore normal joint mobility and function. Our therapists work hands on to ensure the best outcome for patients. Unlike other clinics, your Physiotherapist is scheduled to be with you the entire duration of the treatment. Longer one-on-one sessions mean quicker results!

Manual Therapy

Therapist uses a variety of techniques to manipulate the body, relieve pain and restore normal joint mobility and function. Special tests are done to analyze body movements, and determine appropriate exercises to ameliorate their condition.

TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation)

Machine sends small electrical pulses through the body, that create pain blocking endorphins assisting with pain relief and healing.

Kinesiotaping

Great for athletes prior to work-outs or competitions. Works to stabilize or correct injuries or muscle imbalances.

Acupuncture

Fine, sterile needles inserted into specific points (based on Chinese energy pathways) to help treat a variety of causes. This stimulation encourages the body to release endorphins, our body's pain relieving chemicals.

Cupping Therapy

Cupping therapy is an ancient form of alternative medicine, where the therapist places glass cups strategically on your skin for a few minutes to create a suction. There are many purposes including to help with pain, inflammation, blood flow and relaxation.

Gua Sha

Gua Sha is an ancient Chinese healing technique that involves scraping the skin with lotion and a massage tool to help improve circulation. It is intended to treat stagnant energy, called chi, and improve inflammation by increasing blood flow and promoting healing.

Laser Therapy

Has been clinically proven to help with a broad range of conditions including musculoskeletal injuries, arthritis, degenerative disc disease, soft tissue damage, some autoimmune disorders, and sports injuries. Treatments often makes surgical interventions unnecessary. Approved by the FDA, Health Canada, UL and CE and covered under most health insurance plans as physiotherapy care, cold laser therapy is an ideal natural healing method and excellent alternative for those who have found other ways of treating their pain to be unsuccessful. For more information visit www.ottawalaserrehabilitation.com or talk to one of our therapists!

BioFlex Laser

Laser uses light from superluminous laser diodes to reach deep into muscle tissue and increase blood flow. This reduces inflammation and accelerates the healing and regeneration of cells in the desired area. Unlike high intensity lasers, cold laser therapy does not cause damage to tissue and is painless.