Why PJE?

There’s Hope!

For over 12 years PJE has gained a solid reputation as a therapeutic problem-solver, bridging a gap between the “wellness/massage” and “medical/physio” models.
If you are suffering from chronic pain, recovering from an injury or trying to avoid surgery – or maybe you you’re an athlete who wants to improve their functional balance and performance… then PJE Therapeutics is the perfect place for you!

I Can Help!

I specialize in empowering clients

with the tools to help reduce or eliminate chronic and acute pain such as: low back pain, neck pain, repetitive strain/stress injuries, sciatica/piriformis syndrome, whiplash, plantar fasciitis, and more.
I can help reduce or eliminate your physical pain.
I can help you regain mobility and flexibility.
I can help you re-discover your body’s amazing self-healing capabilities.
I can help empower you with the tools needed to understand your initial pain, how to maintain optimum flexibility and health in order to live a pain-free life.

You're in Pain

You’ve done ‘everything’ and seen ‘everyoneand you’re still in pain!

Pain can affect every aspect of your life. It can prevent you from being fully active in all areas of your life. Pain can affect your relationships with your spouse, your children (grandchildren!) and friends.
You feel like you’ve tried ‘everything’ and seen ‘everyone’! You’ve done all the right things yet you’re still in pain. By now it may feel as though your schedule revolves around your pain.
I can help – my job is to help find out why your pain exists and where it originated (which is not always the site of pain!).
Together we’ll work to reduce the pain and keep it from reoccurring.

The Treatments

What you need to know.

I am not a typical massage therapist – in fact, I seldom offer massage!
Very rarely does anyone simply receive a treatment form me. At PJE Therapeutic Services, I specialize in synergistic, therapeutic problem-solving using bodyworking techniques such as NeuroKinetic Therapy® (NKT), Active Isolated Stretching (AIS), Myofascial Therapy and specific strengthening, to name a few.
I work together with my clients to detect causes of pain. Through comprehensive intake, assessments and muscle testing, we’ll seek out and address physical restrictions that may be contributing to your pain and discomfort. This is just the beginning, however. We will continue to affect positive change in your physical situation through flexibility, postural re-alignment and specific strength.
What do I mean by “we’ll work together”? I mean you will not be lying on a table receiving a treatment. You will be fully engaged in the session participating in each stretch and test. For your self-care you will be offered one or two corrective exercises – simple ‘release and activate’ exercises that don’t need special equipment and can be performed at any time and almost anywhere.

Your Session

What you can expect.

A treatment can consist of many techniques. The three most common are NeuroKinetic Therapy® (NKT), Active Isolated Stretching (AIS) and Myofascial Therapy (MT). And, yes, Therapeutic Massage (TM).
NKT is the cornerstone to my bodyworking world; it is a vital component to the detection of initial pain and/or its preliminary causes.
AIS is an important adjunct to improved mobility and can facilitate the healing of most injuries.
 AIS is widely used in the prevention of injury and rehabilitation.
MT can help to re-align and strategically release tension in fascial the planes that may currently be holding your body in restricted patterns that ultimately affect both gait and stance. One way or the other these restrictions will eventually begin reporting pain.
TM aids the healing process of the physical structures in the body and can also have a positive effect on mental health. By reducing the activity of the sympathetic nervous pathways while increasing the firing of parasympathic nervous activity, TM has a  cascading influence over hormones, blood pressure and heart rate, contributing to the relief to chronic stress, anxiety and even depression.

The Techniques

NeuroKinetic Therapy®

NeuroKinetic Therapy® is a sophisticated assessment and treatment modality that addresses the causes of dysfunctional movement and coordination problems at their root in the motor control center.
NeuroKinetic Therapy® corrective movement system addresses the cause of pain – dysfunctional movement patterns stored in the brain. Discover why NKT®  system is the missing link in your treatment protocol.

Active Isolated Stretching

AIS is an outstanding technique for improving posture and helping to restore proper body alignment, which can help to eliminate physical pain. One of the elements that makes AIS superior in dealing with physical restrictions and flexibility problems is that it has no age boundaries and very few contraindications. AIS can be used by the very young and by the most senior of senior citizens.
Active Isolated Stretching can affect positive change in conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome, torticollis or rotator cuff injuries as well as sciatica and bunions.

Myofascial Therapy

A powerful ally to most other modalities, Myofascial Therapy is designed to open up the fascia structures in the body. It is a gentle, precise modality that works directly on the connective tissues of the body to assist in the release of chronic holding patterns that can cause muscular pain  or postural distortions. It is often used as a post-injury and/or post-surgery therapy to break down scar tissue.

Cranio-Sacral Therapy

Cranial-Sacral Therapy enables healing from the inside out, affecting the nervous system and allowing it to translate changes to the rest of the body. This technique utilizes special skills to feel changes and irregularities in the spinal fluid, as well as very gentle techniques to adjust the neighboring structures of the central nervous system.



Stretching Canada’s AIS Foundations and Advanced AIS seminars.

Founder of Stretching Canada, Paul John Elliott teaches bringing his 2-day Foundations and Advanced seminars to manual therapists, athletic therapists, personal trainers and movement (Pilates and Yoga) specialists nation-wide.
The AIS seminars offer manual therapists new approaches to issues related to physical restrictions caused from sport-related injuries, overuse syndromes or the simple rigors of everyday life.
Stretching Canada is recognized as the Canadian authority on Active Isolated Stretching. The AIS Foundations and Advanced seminars focus on empowering therapists and their clients with the tools that can help eliminate physical pain and to regain or improve their quality of life.


Your First Visit

On your first session, give yourself a few extra minutes so you can fill out the confidential “Client Intake Form”. To maximize our precious session time, take the time you need to give me as comprehensive a history as possible. We’ll get to the bottom of things with even more more questions during the assessments.  History is everything!

Can you diagnose pain issues?

Dammit, Jim. I’m a manual therapist; not a doctor!. While diagnosing is well outside my scope of practice, you can’t manage what you can’t measure, so I’ll do a series of assessments and build a treatment upon those assessments.

The Assessments

I’ll need to understand a bit more about you. Your initial consultation includes a short interview,  Your therapist will then proceed to a Posture and Mobility assessment to identify the issues they need to address.

What's Your Cancellation Policy?

Yes! I ask for at least 24 hours heads up if you need to cancel. Pain can seem amplified when you can’t see your trusted therapist nowNowNOW! The 24 hours notice helps ensure that those on the waiting list have an opportunity to get a last-minute appointment. I thank you, those suffering will thank you and perhaps you’ll feel the same gratitude when it’s your turn 🙂  While there are some exclusions to this rule, you will be billed for the session time.

Do I Have to Get Undressed?

Nope! Although you’ll need to wear stretchy clothes that are easy to move around in (They don’t call Active Stretching for nuthin!).
You can either bring your own gym or yoga attire however, if you come straight from the office or you’re heading there afterwards, there are plenty of freshly cleaned T-shirts and shorts at the clinic.

Can you diagnose pain issues?

Dammit, Jim. I’m a manual therapist; not a doctor!. While diagnosing is well outside my scope of practice, you can’t manage what you can’t measure, so I’ll do a series of assessments and build a treatment upon those assessments.

What IS fascia?!!

Fascia is a continuous matrix of elastic connective tissue that surrounds every muscle, bone, organ, nerve, and cell of the body from head to toe. Problems such as soft-tissue injuries or chronic dysfunctions created in the fascia can be caused by physical trauma, inflammation and repetitive stress.

Pricing and Session Times

Sessions times are 90 minutes and 60 minutes in length.
All new clients require a 90 minute session.
60-minute session – $90
90-minnute session – $130
*Taxes are included