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True Balance Massage
(226) 218-7168

Join Our Team: We are always looking for passionate clinicians to join our team, if interested, please email us at truebalancerehabilitation@gmail.com
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Our Team

Our dedicated team of healthcare professionals are available to provide services in massage therapy. These services are great options for those experiencing:

overuse musculoskeletal injuries
acute or chronic injuries
postural changes
chronic pains and
restricted range of motion.
Massage Therapist In Kitchener

Tim St. John
Registered Massage Therapist / Clinic Owner

Tim graduated with an Advanced diploma in Massage Therapy from Mohawk College and has extensive experience as a massage therapist treating clients with a wide range of health conditions.  After several years of experience working in clinics, Tim founded True Balance Rehab & Performance.  The name True Balance Massage was developed based upon the muscular imbalances that athletes experience, which lead to injury or a decrease in their overall performance.  These types of imbalances can occur in your daily life and impede the way that you live. Tim is committed to helping all types of clients receive the proper treatment to recover from these injuries quickly or to prevent them from happening altogether.

In addition to True Balance Massages’s independent business, Tim is also associated with Grand River Sports Medicine to treat clients for specific sport related injuries and imbalances.  This is a result of his specialization in treating sport related injuries and his dedication to supporting clients on their road to recovery.  Tim’s athletic background and passion for sports has helped him excel at working with athletes competing on all levels, allowing them to play at their maximum potential.

Tim has extensive experience treating clients for:

  • Rotator Cuff injuries
  • shoulder impingement
  • SI joint disfunction
  • Knee injuries
  • elbow/ wrist injuries
  • post-concussion therapy
  • Post-surgical Rehab
  • Postural disfunction
  • Lower/ upper crossed syndrome
  • muscular instability
  • Nerve Impingement
  • Decreased Range of motion within a Joint

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