Toronto, Ontario, 10-AUG-2012 - Dr. Ed Lubberdink provides individuals with the holistic care that is needed to relieve pain, stiffness and swelling that may be disrupting the enjoyment of normal activities. The doctor incorporates North York massage therapy techniques that focus on relieving inflammation and increasing oxygen and circulation to damaged or injured muscles and tissues.
When interviewed recently Dr. Lubberdink stated, "I work very closely with my patients to identify all areas of the body that are being affected by injuries or accidents that result in pain and an inability to participate in their daily activities. When an individual has suffered an injury, the muscles supporting the damaged area are often stiff, swollen, and inflamed. Using massage therapy as part of the overall wellness program reduces swelling, relieves pain and increases circulation to the tissues. My goal is to provide patients with the care they need to achieve and maintain greater health and wellness."
During the initial consultation Dr. Lubberdink performs a physical examination and take x-rays to determine any misalignment, herniated discs or compressed discs that may be pinching nerves and causing pain. He also conducts tests to determine the damage that has occurred in muscles and tissues supporting the injury and the flexibility of the muscles and spine. The doctor will discuss triggers for pain and strains as well as the normal activities of the patient and their diet and exercise regimen.
After analyzing the information that has been collected the doctor creates an individualized program that includes chiropractic techniques to relieve pressure from pinched nerves and other therapies such as massage and cryotherapy to increase circulation and oxygen flow to the muscles and tissues. Massage therapy also enhances the ability of the body to heal and helps to relax and improve the physical function of the patient.
The doctor may recommend changes to the diet to increase the vitamins and nutrients required by the body to increase stamina and energy and reduce the foods that may be contributing to the pain and stiffness. In addition, exercises designed to strengthen the muscle groups supporting the spine are provided as well as training to reduce stress and tension that may be contributing to the muscle pain.
To get more information about the North York massage therapy techniques and other methods and techniques used by Dr. Ed Lubberdink to help patients achieve greater health and wellness visit http://BayviewWellness.ca/ today. Individuals and members of the press wishing to get more details about this press release will find contact information below.
Dr. Ed Lubberdink
Bayview Village Wellness Centre
2901 Bayview Ave, Suite 201
Toronto Ontario M2K 1E6