Renee Bisch, RMT
With careful assessment, treatment and use of homecare exercises, Renee is able to determine the best treatment plan to meet her client’s goals, so that they can continue to stay active and enjoy their day to day lives.
Renee uses a wide variety of techniques during her treatments including myofascial work, trigger point therapy, joint mobilizations, autonomic inhibition techniques, deep tissue massage as well as stretching and strengthening exercises.
She has experience treating patients suffering from TOS (thoracic outlet syndrome), scoliosis, headaches, tendonitis, frozen shoulder, shin splints, TMJ dysfunction, whiplash, muscle spasms, strains and sprains, low back pain, sports injuries, faulty muscle patterns, carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis and golf elbow, piriformis syndrome and prenatal massage.
Massages are available in 30, 45 and 60 minute increments.
Renee Bisch is a graduate of Westervelt College in Kitchener, Ontario and is a Registered Massage Therapist with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO). She began her journey into practice in 2008 when she obtained her certification in Reflexology.
When she isn’t helping her clients feel better, Renee spends her time shopping at local farmer’s markets or hiking with her Scottish collie, Dante. She has recently discovered the popularity of pickleball at the Waterloo Rec Centre and also participates in many outdoor activities such as cross-country, skiing, camping, cycling, kayaking and tennis.
“I believe the human body is nothing short of miraculous – a truly marvelous gift, and I am fully committed to helping my clients realize their greatest potential in all aspects of health and wellness”