Dear clients and community of Squamish,
Your health and safety is our utmost priority always.
We are closed temporarily as of 8am Tuesday March 17, 2020. As health care therapists, we feel it is our social responsibility to be part of the solution, and not add to the problem. Let’s jointly as a community help flatten the curve!
We are excited to announce that we are able to offer Physiotherapy and Chiropractic assessments and active/exercise rehabilitation programs with ONLINE VIDEO SESSIONS. Chinese and Herbal Medicine consultations and Counselling with Nina Fields are also available via video or phone. Click here to learn more.
At this time, we are only able to take bookings online. There will be no staff to answer your phone call. If you are having any issues, please email us or, leave a phone message. Emails will be answered within 48 hours, and phone calls will be returned weekly.
Our most current updates will be announced on our facebook and instagram pages @squamishhealth.
Squamish Integrated Health continues to provide groundbreaking research outlining the numerous medical benefits of massage therapy. I am a walking testament to the benefits of massage therapy. The confidence and alacrity that the therapists bring to the table are as important, for me, as the physical treatments.”
— Neal Kindree, Professional Mountain Biker
Squamish Integrated Health has helped me to make a come back downhill bike racing from a very serious back injury. I am now back on my bike and flying down hills at break neck speeds. I can train and race now with no pain. I would not be where I am now without your help.”
— Lauren Rosser, Provincial team mountain biker
Qualified Professionals: All therapists are registered health care professionals
Available: largest group of complementary health therapists in Squamish, open seven days a week including evenings
Established: Providing Squamish evidence informed treatments since 2000
Educated: Committed to ongoing professional development
Geeks: Contributes to science; publishing peer reviewed papers, chapter on ‘mechanism of scars and adhesions’
Sustainable: Is a zero waste facility built green with no off gassing
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