Reshad Etminan is a graduate of the 3000 hour program at the West Coast of Massage Therapy in New Westminster. Competing at a high caliber in soccer most of his life, from the B.C. provincial team to the Youth National Program in Canada to a full ride collegiate soccer scholarship in the U.S.; Reshad has gained valuable knowledge and experience both on and off the field relating to injuries and injury prevention. With Reshad’s educational background at SFU’s Kinesiology program and TRU’s Health Science program, he is able to incorporate his skills into the working field as an RMT. Reshad is also a certification candidate for the Canadian Sports Massage Therapists Association.
“From working with the Vancouver whitecaps and B.C. Lions, to treating patients suffering from conditions such as multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia and parkinsons; I enjoy helping a wide array of clients reach their goals.”
Reshad is a highly motivated therapist who strives to excel in every situation and solve any problem he faces. Using every technique available to him, Reshad focuses on restoring full range of motion, encouraging proper posture, and increasing tissue mobility to ensure optimal, pain-free functionality. Reshad’s Treatment Techniques include, but not limited to:
Proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF)
Myofascial release techniques ♣
Therapeutic exercise ♣
Muscle energy techniques (MET) ♣
Joint mobilizations ♣
Trigger Point Release (TrP)
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