Eliminate pain and improve health

Massage Therapy

The MOST Clinical Philosophy is based around patient centered treatment options offered by our multi-disciplinary team. Our therapists embrace our MOST Movement First Philosophy and use an evidence aware approach to solving patients’ pain and movement dysfunction through appropriate therapeutic modalities, movement repatterning and exercise therapy. Our therapists work closely with our coaches and corrective exercise practitioners to deliver high level rehabilitation planning.

Why choose MOST for your Clinical Services?

The goal of MOST Clinical is to take a patient in a current state of pain or dysfunction and guide them through the rehabilitation/training process to achieve any life or performance goal they are seeking. Our coaches specialize in Rehabilitation planning, seamlessly transitioning your rehabilitation programming from early corrective strategies into advanced performance training (and anything in between) in order to facilitate rehabilitation, injury prevention and build optimal performance.

The clinicians at MOST combine their educational background with over 20 years of clinical and performance training experience to provide the most patient centered approach in rehabilitation.

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Massage Therapy

Our massage therapists are able to provide a wide variety of therapeutic options for differing conditions ranging from back pain, whiplash, sporting injuries, athletic recovery and relaxation. All of our therapists are Registered Massage Therapists (RMT) and meet the 2200hr credentialing requirements in order to be covered by extended healthcare plans.

Maxime Malo coach at MOST Physical Preparation
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MAXIME MALO

REGISTERED MASSAGE THERAPIST

Max Malo is a Registered Massage Therapist with a focus on sports recovery, chronic injury management, and performance enhancement, now serving athletes at MOST Physical Preparation. With a strong foundation in competitive sports and a personal history in high school football, Max understands the demands and challenges faced by athletes across a spectrum of sports including golf, skating, rugby, and hockey. Following a transformative experience overcoming a significant spinal injury, Max pursued an Advanced 3000-hour Clinical Massage Therapy program, equipping him with the skills to address a wide range of sports-related injuries and conditions. His practice emphasizes the latest in therapeutic technologies and techniques, notably Frequency Specific Microcurrent (FSM) therapy, recognized for its effectiveness in accelerating recovery and improving cellular function.

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KELSEY MILLER

REGISTERED MASSAGE THERAPIST

Kelsey believes that leading a healthy lifestyle includes regularly taking care of your body through various manual therapies. Kelsey Graduated from the University of Lethbridge with a Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology, and she went on to working as a kinesiologist in a physiotherapy clinic and personal trainer for several years. Kelsey enjoys working with people to rehabilitate their body to recover from injuries, get back to sport and to live pain-free. To do this she wanted to be able to provide more hands-on techniques to complement the exercises. Kelsey has since graduated from the Alberta College of Massage therapy as registered 2200 hour massage therapist and has joined Most Physical Preparation to offer her years of knowledge and massage skills.

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