Welcome to The Midtown Clinic and Lymphedema Kingston. We are conveniently located in midtown Kingston and off the Sydenham Road 401 exit. Our work is an extension of our passion, which has allowed us the opportunity to treat and help those affected by many different conditions. We offer services in Massage Therapy, Lymphatic/Lymphedema care, scar tissue work, symptoms related to cancer treatment and palliative care. We have a warm, welcoming, and safe space and would be honoured to help you on your individual path to wellness.
Hope became registered as a Massage Therapist in 2010. She has developed her skills as a therapist working in conjunction and collaborating with fellow RMT's, Chiropractors, Physiotherapists, Physicians, and other disciplines in health care. Hope's passion for her work evolved from her own life experiences, including her battle with breast cancer. Treatment and recovery took her away from her work and life as she knew it, but allowed for time to re-evaluate what moving forward would look like. In 2015 she became certified as a Complex/Complete Decongestive Therapist (CDT), allowing her to be more involved with others who were going through or had gone through their own personal journey. Hope's work is grounded in the idea of healing, recovery, and balance, with the understanding that everyone's experience is unique and their own.
Genene started her journey as a Registered Massage Therapist with the goal of helping those specifically going through physical and/or emotional trauma. While studying, she also became deeply interested in the lymphatic system. She pursued that interest at the Vodder International School in Victoria, British Columbia where she became CDT certified. Genene is truly dedicated to helping people on their path to finding balance and well being.
Nia graduated with honours and became registered in Massage Therapy in 2016. Her passion for massage and helping people came from her own experiences as a competitive swimmer. Nia developed a shoulder injury and sought out massage therapy for help. This lead to her own interest in pursuing a diploma in Massage Therapy. Nia has expanded her career, taking courses in Neuropraxia and Oncology Massage. Some of her other interests include PTSD, anxiety, and neck and shoulder.