Shahla Eshman

Shahla Eshman is a Registered Massage Therapist, Osteopathic Manual Therapist and Registered acupuncturist . She combines her knowledge and experience in all three disciplines to relieve pain and restore function after injuries and to manage chronic conditions. Shahla received her Bachelor of Science in chemistry and advanced her education to obtain a Master'sdegree in Clinical Research. Her passion for direct patient care guided her to pursue more education as a DO Doctor of Osteopathy - Manual Practitioner and advance her training in acupuncture to practice as a registered acupuncturist in addition to her credentials as a registered massage therapist. Shahla focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of the physical body's structure in order to optimize physiological functioning. She commonly uses manual techniques including manual palpation, soft tissue therapy, trigger point therapy ,myofascial release , osteo-articular joint mobilization, therapeutic exercises, and muscle energy techniques in conjunction with biomechanical, orthopaedic and neurological clinical methods. She seeks to optimise structural balance allowing the body to perform optimally.

- Registered member of College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO)

- Registered with College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario

- Member of Ontario Association of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners

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Sports & Exercise Medicine Institute

2 Sheppard Avenue E

Suite 601
Toronto, ON
M2N 5Y7

Phone: (416) 223-7364 (SEMI)
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Tuesday: 7 – 7
Wednesday: 7 – 7
Thursday: 7 – 7
Friday: 7 – 5:30
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40 St. Clair Avenue W

Suite 410
Toronto, ON
M4V 1M2

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Fax: (647) 930-9536
Email: stclair@semisportmed.com
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Thursday: 7 – 7
Friday: 7 – 3
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

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Thursday: 11 – 6
Friday: 9 – 2
Saturday: Closed
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