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A registered massage therapist can help treat your chronic pain and injury-related discomfort by using several types of therapeutic massage techniques. At Cariboo Chiropractic & Medical Centre, we offer RMT services to clients in Williams Lake. Massage is now widely offered as a treatment for several medical conditions and situations. Massage can provide soothing pain relief and is a great way to treat stress and anxiety disorders. 


Getting a massage from a registered massage therapist means the massage is tailor-made to treat your specific condition. Our RMTs will consult with you on your concerns and study your medical history to develop a treatment plan to get to the root of your problem. Massage therapy can provide both physical and mental comfort and is a non-invasive treatment option. Contact us to schedule an appointment with one of our RMTs today.

  • Direct Billing is available for most benefit plans, including MSP Supplemental Benefits for those who qualify

  • Online booking is available for returning patients

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Jeannine Boitier, RMT

Jeannine graduated from Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy in January 2018, and having been raised in the community of Big Lake Ranch, moved back as soon as her schooling was complete.

Her techniques range from light to moderately deep, using a combination of gentle fascia stretching and specific pinpointed Trigger Point release. Both styles require a bit of time for the tissues to loosen, but working with the fascia is more superficial, Trigger Point release can be quite deep depending on the muscle the knot inhabits.


She has also recently taken the Basic/Level 1 course for the Dr. Vodder Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD), meaning she is certified to treat intact lymphatic systems in this method.

When not at work, she is either on the move or studying yet another anatomy and physiology/medical-related book.


Massage therapy can be helpful for people suffering from conditions like:

  • Scar tissue

  • Sports injuries 

  • Soft tissue strains 

  • Tissue injuries 

  • Nerve pain 

  • Headaches 

  • Insomnia

  • Anxiety disorders

  • Depression 

  • Digestive disorders

  • Temporomandibular disorders

  • Fibromyalgia

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Trisha James, RMT

Trisha is a graduate of West Coast College of Massage Therapy in Victoria. She is happy to have now returned to her home community in Williams Lake to begin practice. 

Her goal in treatment is to help people to move and feel their best, utilizing both active and passive massage techniques as well as corrective exercise and stretching.


When she’s not working, Trisha enjoys being outdoors, hiking, fishing and gardening.

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Patients of these conditions can experience the following benefits: 

  • Improved flexibility 

  • Improved circulation 

  • Better sleep 

  • Decreased muscle stiffness

  • Decreased joint inflammation 

  • Pain relief 

  • Relief from soreness

  • Strengthened immune response 

  • Better recovery during exercise 

  • Lower stress levels 

  • Increased energy 

  • Improved mood 

  • Decreased anxiety 

  • Feeling of wellness

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