Mike Ehrman obtained his 2200-hour Massage Therapy diploma from Mount Royal University, where he also studied Kinesiology for three years. He uses a variety of therapeutic techniques such as deep tissue, myofascial and trigger point release, lymphatic drainage and general relaxation, to treat soft tissue injuries and dysfunctions, neurological conditions and for overall maintenance and performance. Mike can also integrate static cupping, myofascial cupping, and Fascial Abrasion Technique into his treatments to address fascial restrictions created by poor posture, chronic injuries, and dysfunctional movement mechanics.
Mike loves learning about the functional movements of the human body. His involvement in playing and coaching sports has helped him to better understand the connection between inefficient movement patterns and their negative impact on the body. Along with helping people return from acute and chronic injuries, Mike’s approach to therapy is to look at more than just the issue at hand, with his goal being to identify and treat the root cause of his patient’s discomfort.
Mike’s ability to be present, and listen empathetically, combined with his knowledge as a therapist, allows him to create a treatment plan that is catered to his patients’ individual health goals. His knowledge of rehabilitative exercise helps him prepare personalized homecare programs that are focused on helping each individual get healthier, sooner. Mike is confident that his patients will appreciate the attentive and professional care that he provides, in collaboration with the Peak Health & Performance Team.
Outside of the clinic, Mike enjoys getting to the mountains whenever possible, being active playing sports, and continues to find interest in learning about health and natural movement techniques.