Caleb Fenton RMT, CSMTA (cc)
Graduated from the Professional Institute of Massage Therapy in 2009.
Early in his career, Caleb began to see an increased demand for a more in-depth, thorough assessment based practice.
After almost retiring from massage therapy after only 3 years, he decided to shift his focus to a more in-depth assessment, treatment focused practice for one more year. Fast forward now, Caleb's practice is heavily sought after, with a heavy client load and cancellation list. He's also has had several referrals from neurologists, dentists, doctors, chiropractors, physiotherapists and team coaches.
Early with Power of Assessment, Caleb mentored several local RMT's, helping them find confidence and develop thoroughness with assessment and apply a specific therapeutic treatment.
Now, Caleb has developed 4 seminars, writing 5 articles that have been published and is an award winner through his association.
2009: Graduated from the Professional Institute of Massage Therapy with Honors
2016: Sports Massage Therapy Certified Candidate
2018: Awarded the Heather Whittaker Memorial Award
2019: Massage Therapy of Association of Manitoba Merit Award
2012: Certified in Active Isolated Stretching
2015: Completed the written, oral and practical exam for Acupuncture
2016: Worked with Winnipeg Blue Bombers
2016-2017: Worked with the Southeast Thistles Rugby Club
2017: Teacher Assisted Paul Elliot at the MTAM AGM, Active Isolated Stretching Foundations Seminar
2018: Lead the first "Power of Assessment" group study for RMT's in Steinbach, MB
2018: Wrote his first article, "Power of a Assessment," to the Massage Therapy Canada Magazine
2018: Worked with the Eastman Raiders Peewee Team
2018: Worked with the Steinbach Pistons Hockey Team
2019: Wrote his second article, "RMT's and the Weakened Warrior," to the Massage Therapy Canada Magazine
2020: Worked with the Hanover Fusion U17 Women's Soccer Team
2020: Made cover of the Massage Therapy Canada Magazine writing his third article "Down low of lower back pain."
2021: Wrote his fourth article "Lower limb referred pain."
2022: Wrote his fifth article "Nail in the Head," article about headaches