Booking opens on April 29th at 10:00 am for the upcoming Spring Term which runs from May 3, 2024 to August 2, 2024

To book an appointment in our Public Intern Clinic, call 250.381.9800 ext. 221 or book online

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A central part of the educational experience at WCCMT involves clinical practicum training in our Public Intern Clinic. As a patient in our public clinic you will have the opportunity to experience for yourself the best in massage therapy services which our student interns provide. These services are provided by RMT interns supervised by experienced registered massage therapists who are active in clinical practice.

Please be informed that WCCMT’s public intern clinic is a teaching clinic offered for the sole purpose of providing our student interns with the opportunity to apply and integrate their knowledge and skills in our clinical environment. Our interns are students in a registered massage therapy training program. They are not registered massage therapists.

When you receive treatment in our clinic you are receiving treatment from a student intern and not from a registered massage therapist and consequently you are not able to bill for this service under your extended health care plan.

Facemasks Optional: Mask usage is student and patient directed. If a patient requests their student intern wear a mask, this will be honoured. If a student intern requests their patient wear a mask, this will be required. Failure to comply will result in the appointment being cancelled.

Important note: For legal reasons our Public Intern Clinic is prohibited from accepting patients who currently have an open ICBC or WCB claim, as well as anyone who has any type of litigation pending due to a personal injury.

SPRING TERM MAY 3, 2024 to AUGUST 2, 2024

Tuesday to Friday from 8:10 am to 7:30 pm

Saturdays from June 8, 2024 from 9:00 am – 2:35 pm

Click here to book your appointment

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