Public Patient Services

Student & Community Clinics

Our public patient student massage therapy clinics offer a unique and valuable experience for the public seeking wellness and relaxation. Kootenay Columbia College is an accredited massage therapy school and offers these services as part of students’ practical learning. The clinics benefit both patients and aspiring therapists. Patients can access professional-level massages at a reduced cost while helping students refine their skills in a real-world setting.

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Available public patient services

KCCIHS Clinics

TCM Student Clinic

At our Chinese Medicine Student Clinic, patients are treated by students in their final year of study in the Doctor of TCM, TCM Practitioner, Acupuncturist, or TCM Herbalist programs.

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TCM Outpatient Clinic

At the Traditional Chinese Medicine Outpatient Clinic, patients are treated by licensed Doctors and Practitioners of TCM and DTCM. Treatments include acupuncture, Chinese herbal therapy, cupping, and moxa, as required

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RMT Student Clinic

In our RMT Student Clinic, patients are treated by students in the RMT program, supervised by experienced BC registered massage therapists. Our first-year students offer relaxation massages.

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Community Clinics

RMT students will provide massage appointments to individuals with specific health conditions or needs including sports groups, special needs, and unique occupational challenges. InReach offers affordable healthcare options for members of our community.

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"The students at the clinic are very attentive and well advised by their instructors in the application of their training. The relief I have received so far from both massage and acupuncture is well worth the discounted rates they charge. Book your first visit if you are tight on funds and looking to get some much needed physical relief! Plus you are helping assist in the training of great future healers coming out of the heart of our province."

- Olivia Start
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