Frank Farmani, RMT


Frank graduated in Massage Therapy from Westervelt College in 2021 and is registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO). Before moving to Canada, he was working as an Orthotist for more than 10 years treating clients to overcome their musculo-skeletal and neuro-muscular problems as well as improving their body mechanics and quality of life. He has done extensive research in rehabilitation science mostly focusing on the effect of lower limb and spinal orthotics (braces) on patients’ pain, posture, walking ability and functional mobility.

As an approachable and motivated RMT, Frank loves helping people and believes his clinical and goal oriented model of treatment assists his clients to stay on track with their normal routines. He believes goal-driven massage therapy can enhance clients’ overall sense of emotional and physical well-being.

Frank’s treatment approach for each client is personalized as he strongly holds the idea that everyone responds differently to each treatment. He enjoys collaborating with clients to identify which techniques work best for them by listening to their therapy needs and goals.

In his practice, he employs a wide range of techniques and modalities including relaxing Swedish, a combination of superficial and deep tissue work, myofascial and trigger point release, manual lymphatic drainage, stretching and hydrotherapy which are customized for each and every treatment. His approach enables him to treat a variety of conditions from chronic back, neck and shoulder muscle tightness to symptoms of arthritis or previous fracture; Or the discomfort resulting from disc herniation, Sciatica and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS).

Frank has an active life style and is profoundly committed to his profession. He is always excited to share his therapeutic skills with new clients.