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On-Site Massage Therapy Services

Accessible on-site massage therapist services for the prevention and symptoms of workplace injury. Enhance the health and performance of your employees by scheduling a consultation today.

Corporate On-Site Massage Therapy Services

Minimize the impact of injury in your workplace by opting for 3D Health Solutions' massage therapy services.


Massage therapy can reduce muscle tension and pain, improve circulation, and increase the range of motion. It can also help to reduce stress and promote relaxation, which can lead to improved mental well-being and a better overall mood of employees.

Massage therapy can also help prevent workplace injuries by addressing muscle imbalances, reducing muscle tightness, and increasing flexibility. Incorporating massage therapy into an employee wellness program can be a cost-effective way to improve the health and well-being of the workforce.


Improving Workplace Wellness with On-Site Massage Therapy

You know how it is, a long day at work can really take its toll on your body.

But here's the good news, corporate massage therapy services can help with that! A good massage can work wonders on tight muscles, increasing flexibility and reducing pain. Massage therapy can also help prevent injuries, so it's a great way to keep your employees healthy and injury-free. 

Imagine feeling less stressed, more relaxed and happier at work - that's a recipe for a more productive and engaged employee. On-site massage therapy is a great addition to any employee wellness program.

On Site Massage Therapy

What to Expect at Your On-Site Massage Therapy Appointment

  • Confidential health history

  • Physical assessment of factors which may be contributing to your symptoms

  • Development of a treatment plan

  • Informed consent

  • Treatment

During a corporate massage therapy appointment, our massage therapist will discuss the specific needs and any areas of tension or pain that your employees would like addressed.

The massage therapist will then use a variety of massage techniques to manipulate the soft tissue of the body to help reduce pain, tension, and muscle soreness. During the massage, the therapist will check in with the employee to ensure they are comfortable and will make any necessary adjustments to the pressure or technique used. 


After the massage, the therapist will give the employee time to rest and get dressed, and may also provide feedback on any further recommendations for self-care or follow-up appointments. 


Employee Assessment

To mitigate the risk of injury, we review your workplace environment to recommend function, ergonomics, and safety procedures.


Physical Demands Analysis

We look into the specific physical demands of everyday operations. By doing so, we work with you to minimize the risk of injuries caused by poor biomechanics.


Physical Preparedness Programs

Our goal is to make improvements in the functions, ergonomics, and relevant safety protocols to minimize the likelihood of injury in the workplace.


The safety and well-being of your employees are our top priority. We ensure that employees who suffer from workplace injuries receive the correct treatment needed to recover.


Schedule Your Free Discovery Session

Your employees are your most valuable resource. Theirs is their health. Schedule your free discovery session today to find out how our on-site services can help you get more out of both.

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Client Testimonials

“Dr. Dwayne Dunnill and his team at 3D Health Solutions are available to provide onsite and virtual chiropractic and wellness services for businesses. Dwayne is incredibly easy to talk to and his ultimate goal is to help you and your employees to achieve their best physical and mental health. Whether it's to prevent injuries or to work on injury recovery, you can count on the team from 3D Health to help maintain employee wellness!”

Valerie L.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is massage therapy safe?
    Yes, massage therapy is generally considered safe when performed by a trained and licensed therapist. However, it's important to let your therapist know if you have any health concerns or are recovering from an injury, as there may be certain techniques or areas of the body that should be avoided.
  • Will the massage be painful?
    Massage therapy should not be painful. Your massage therapist will use a variety of techniques and will adjust the pressure to your comfort level. If at any time you feel uncomfortable or in pain, let the therapist know immediately so they can adjust the technique.
  • What should I do before the massage?
    Before the massage, it's best to avoid eating a heavy meal and to avoid caffeine as it may affect your relaxation. It's also a good idea to arrive a few minutes early to fill out any necessary forms and to have a moment to relax before the massage begins.
  • Are RMT services covered by OHIP?
    Registered Massage Therapy is not covered under the Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP); however, many extended health benefit plans will cover all or part of your RMT session. A referral or prescription is not required to visit an RMT, however some insurance companies may require a presciption before covering the cost of your care. RMT treatments may also be reimbursed by automobile insurance companies, in the case of motor vehicle accidents, or by the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) in the case of workplace injuries.
  • How often should I get a massage?
    This depends on your individual needs and goals. Some people may benefit from weekly massages, while others may need them less frequently. Your massage therapist will be able to advise you on how often you should schedule appointments based on your specific condition and goals.
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