Registered Massage Therapist- Langley
We have a team of dedicated massage therapists here to help you achieve your healthcare goals. Each appointment starts with a thorough intake and assessment. We then create a treatment plan with you to ensure we are accomplishing your goals. After treatment, we will set you up with referrals to supporting practitioners and give you a customized homecare plan through our third-party app which allows you to message us directly with any questions.
From the day I was born I have faced health concerns. From jaundice as a new born, fevers at 2 weeks old, to falling 20 ft off a bridge at 7. My life has been filled with a medical history miles long. These are things that have motivated me to be in healthcare. I am a firm believer that pain doesn't have to become our personality and I support this in my practice by staying up to date on new research, changing treatment as new information and changes present themselves, and focusing on pairing patients with other allied healthcare practitioners who can provide nutrition and mental healthcare resources. My dream is for a future that is based in healthcare instead of sick care and I have started doing that through my practice, little by little. If you are ready to make big changes in your health, I am ready to meet you and treat you!
Clayton Giles graduated from the 3000-hour Massage Therapy Program from WCCMT in 2013. Clayton’s approach to massage therapy is multi-dimensional. He uses a combination of massage, the teaching of functional movement patterns, the implementation of home care exercises, and demonstrates proper workplace ergonomics. This multifaceted approach is important in achieving a pain-free life and preventing further injuries from occurring.
Clayton uses a number of different techniques in his massage practice such as Swedish and deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, and joint mobilizations. His clinical background is in treating and preventing common workplace injuries such as headaches, shoulder and neck pain, postural imbalances, disc injuries, low back pain, sciatica, carpal tunnel syndrome, etc. He has also treated numerous athletes in a variety of different sports of all skill levels.
Clayton’s hobbies include going to the gym, running, hiking, hockey, golf, fishing, and playing music.