Kim Watters is a registered massage therapist with people of all ages with an interest in hand and foot reflexology and oncology massage.
Meet Kim Watters
Kim is a registered massage therapist with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO) and has been primarily practicing alongside physiotherapists since she has graduated. As a member of Motion Works Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Centre for over 13 years, Kim has been treating many orthopedic and sports-related injuries, as well as day to day chronic and acute muscle tightness.
Kim has a strong understanding of the movement restrictions that can occur because of her extensive hands-on experience. She is always continuing to enhance her skills by taking courses regularly to help improve her knowledge and skill set.
As a well-known therapist in the Stittsville, Kanata area Kim has helped many recover from injuries, chronic diseases, or stresses of daily living. She has experience providing massage therapy treatment for frozen shoulder, neck, and back pain, motor vehicle injuries, pre and post joint replacement, stress management, postural dysfunction, and pre and post-natal pregnancy massage to just name a few.
- Diploma in Registered Massage Therapy | Sir Sanford Fleming College
Recent Clinical Courses & Accreditations
Over her 13 years as a massage therapist Kim has taken many courses in assessment, ultrasound, acupressure, sports massage, exercise reviews, and myofascial release.
Kim also tries to attend the massage therapy conference every few years. She uses different techniques from different courses and workshops and loves to blend her previous knowledge and techniques with her new information from courses. Most recently, she has taken Neuromuscular integration and structural alignment (NISA), Indie head massage and sports injuries workshops.
She continues to learn along side her physiotherapist coworkers and always works with them in the care of her patients. In the future Kim has interest in reflexology and more myofascial treatment approaches.
Massage therapy can have a positive effect on almost every medical condition, in one way or another.