Well + Able Integrated Health is a family owned Massage Therapy business owned by Marcia Wright Reoch and Michael Reoch located in Delta Village Chiropractic (along side Dr. Dave Parker) #2 – 4882 Delta Street, Delta, BC V4K 2T8
Marcia and Michael live in Ladner, and love the community so much they relocated their business to join the South Delta Health and Wellness Community.
They bring to Ladner a cohesive clinic that allows the family or individual to receive the unique combination of an evidence-based and holistic approach to care.
Their skilled practitioners aim to support and return each patient back to optimal health and wholeheartedly focus on treating each patient with honesty, humility, and humanity.
Michael and Marcia felt it was important to not only create a space to rehabilitate their valued patients, but to also educate them about the amazing health network South Delta has to offer.
More about Michael and Marcia:
Michael graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2007.
He has a diverse background in treating patients with post surgical scar pain, office warriors, and weekend adventurers, as well as professional athletes.
He specializes in helping people with chronic/persistent and complex pain and uses massage therapy to treat all systems of the body.
His practice is highly influenced by his pursuit for up-to-date research.
Until recently, Mike was also a clinic instructor at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy and also has experience running their case study program and has chaired a research panel at the Third International Fascia Research Congress in Vancouver. In addition, he is a board member and the Chair of the Communications Committee for the Massage Therapy Association of British Columbia.
Through the MTABC, Michael recently founded a professional practice group for pain management to help RMTs pursue special education in pain sciences.
In his spare time Mike loves to run the farm roads of Delta.
Marcia graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2007. She also completed has a four-year BSc in Biology from Hartwick College (in three years) while she was on a full-ride scholarship.
At Hartwick, Marcia Captained the NCAA Division 1 Water Polo team and during this Marcia suffered from a chronic shoulder problem due to overuse from intense sport training.
Her rehab involved a wonderful manual therapist who helped her through her injury and pain, hence, Marica understands the rehab experience as both patient and practitioner, and knows the importance of being involved in your own health care.
She completely relates to the commitment and passion her patients feel towards their sports/activities/hobbies and their desire to return to what they love as soon as possible, therefore she uses manual therapy, patient education, and strengthening with her patients.
Marcia also has a passion for working with women during and post pregnancy. This passion was enhanced by having had two children of her own.
Marcia also has in depth knowledge of working on a wide variety of pathologies and postural imbalances and firmly believes that postural alignment and muscle balance are important in a patient’s recovery.
In Marcia’s free time, she enjoys being active and playing with her family. Her hobbies include swimming, nature, and most outdoor activities as well as DIY projects around the house and being creative in other ways, such as sewing, writing poems, and working on art projects with her kids.