Jessica Eamer | Massage Therapist
Jessica Eamer is a registered massage therapist at our Nepean clinic, who focuses her practice on the assessment and treatment of orthopaedic and sports-related injuries.
Jessica Eamer is a Registered Massage Therapist in good standing with the CMTO and a graduate of the Intensive Massage Therapy program at Algonquin College.
She also holds a Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics from the University of Ottawa. Jessica has extensive experience working in a rehabilitation setting as a Massage Therapist and Exercise Physiologist. She has worked with clients of all levels and abilities, from sedentary office workers to recreational athletes and world class powerlifters. She believes Massage Therapy should be a regular part of everyone’s health care regimen for its many mental and physical advantages.
Jessica takes the time to give her clients the knowledge and tools they need to return to work, sport or their lifestyle with a better understanding of their body and a plan for injury prevention. As an experienced registered massage therapist, she is well versed in many manual techniques including sports massage therapy, trigger point therapy, soft tissue release, myofascial release work and deep tissue massage while also incorporating remedial exercise into patient and client treatment plans to speed recovery.
Outside of her practice, you can find Jessica training for various running events. Most recently, her focus has been marathon training with a goal to qualify for the Boston Marathon. She also just completed her first Half Ironman in June 2018! Staying active has always been a priority for Jessica and she hopes to inspire the same in her clients. She believes physical activity is important not only for the body but also the mind. As an athlete herself, Jessica has a very personal understanding of the requirements and demands of sport. This gives her a unique insight into how and why the body works the way it does.
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