Focused InReach Clinics

Focused InReach Clinics

Focused Inreach clinics are designed for specific population groups and are also available for the public to book. Some require a doctor’s referral note.

These clinics are not private rooms but are done in a large room that has tables in curtained-off treatment spaces.

Current Inreach Clinics

Pre/Postnatal InReach (Tuesday afternoon and evening). Only $25 per treatment!  
Call our clinic receptionist for details and bookings – 604-520-1830 or book online

Multiple Sclerosis InReach (Friday afternoon and evening)
Call Brenda Worthington to schedule an appointment: 604-549-8616

Parkinson, Fibromyalgia, Cerebral Palsy, Chronic Fatigue, Scleroderma InReach (Thursday afternoon and evening)
Call our clinic reception for details and bookings – 604-520-1830

Frontliners Massage InReach – For clients of the Provincial Overdose Response Team (Monday afternoon)
Click here to book

If this is your first visit to one of our inreach clinics or if you haven’t been to see us in over two (2) years, you must bring a note from your doctor stating you have the pathology specified for the inreach clinic and that it is safe for you to receive massage. 

We cannot control the amount of noise during treatment times.


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