Calgary Muscle and Soft Tissue Clinic

Developing Personalized Treatment in a Team Environment

Dr. Laurie Simons Fisher, Founder & Owner, PhD, MKin, RMT.

Looking for treatment that relieves pain with a personalized approach? You might just find what you are looking for at the Calgary Muscle and Soft Tissue Clinic (CMSTC).

Laurie Simons Fisher, who opened her first clinic in 2018, recognizes that skilled specialists who work collaboratively are important to overall patient treatment success. She has been able to assemble a team of quality, highly trained therapists to be part of the team. Adding specialists to the CMSTC team is ongoing particularly if it is the right fit.

Simons Fisher is understatedly perfectly poised for this leadership role. She is highly qualified as an advanced orthopedic manual therapist first training in biomechanical kinesiology, before acquiring a PhD in myofascial and connective tissue dysfunction. She serves actively on the medical care roster for the Calgary Stampeders, is on the massage therapy faculty at Mount Royal University, regularly consults for the purpose of curriculum development and sits as Editor in Chief for the Journal of Manual Therapy Science.

With 25 specialists working from two locations—Lincoln Park and Bowness—the busy clinic offers a full complement of services including massage therapy, physiotherapy, and chiropractic. Athletic therapy, gait analysis, and nutritional services are also available.

“Our approach is therapeutically based and medically focused” say Simons Fisher. “We receive referrals from the orthopaedic and medical community but many hear of us by word-of-mouth. We see a range of clients from professional athletes, to weekend warriors and anyone who experiences pain. We invest in our patients and treat them like family”.


The Calgary Muscle and Soft Tissue Clinic

Lincoln Park
Suite 21 10 Richard Way, SW Calgary, AB T2E 7M9
403-764-1400

Bowness
Suite 104, 6404 Bowness Rd, NW Calgary, AB T3B 2B9
403 764-1400

Website: cmstc.ca | Instagram: teamcmstc


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