BIOFLEX is pleased to announce its recent partnership with CMMOTA. This new alliance will help promote the benefits of BIOFLEX photobiomodulation therapy (PBMT) in conjunction with manual osteopathic and massage therapy, resulting in better treatment outcomes.
BIOFLEX Laser Therapy is highly effective in the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions, arthritis, soft tissue and sports injuries, wound healing and a wide range of dermatological conditions. BIOFLEX Therapy Systems are currently being used in over 52 countries by a broad spectrum of healthcare professionals including physicians, physiotherapists, chiropractors, naturopaths, dentists, athletic trainers, massage therapists and ostoepaths.
Photobiomodulation uses specific wavelengths and dosages of light energy that interact with photoreceptors to produce photochemical reactions that have a positive effect on cellular metabolism and accelerates recovery from damage and inflammation. The BIOFLEX® Systems use Class 3b lasers as well as large surface arrays of bicolour diodes that emit sequential red and near infrared wavelengths that affect a large volume of circulating blood as well as underlying tissues resulting in both a powerful systemic and direct photobiomodulation effect.
BIOFLEX® Systems are designed “By Clinicians for Clinicians” to meet the needs of healthcare professionals with clinically proven protocols and ongoing clinical, technical and marketing support.
The Canadian Massage and Manual Osteopathic Therapists Association (CMMOTA) is a not-for-profit association that provides professional association membership options only for massage therapists and manual osteopathic therapists throughout Canada.
CMMOTA was founded in Alberta in 1977 as the Society of Remedial Masseurs and Physical Therapists and has since expanded to represent professional Massage Therapist and Manual Osteopathic Therapists located in Canada from coast to coast to coast.
Our mission statement: To provide professional association membership to massage and/or manual osteopathic therapists by promoting excellence in education, research, and practice among our nationwide membership to improve the health and wellness of Canadians.