Josh Martin RMT, SMT(cc), CMAG

Josh is a Registered Massage Therapist since 2004, completing his training at Sir Sandford Fleming College in Peterborough, graduating with honours.  Josh is also a Medical Acupuncturist through the McMaster University Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program.  Currently he is the lead Canadian Instructor with Dynamic Tape,  is a Certified Candidate and Past Ontario Chapter President with the CSMTA (Canadian Sports Massage Therapists Association), and a recognized Service Provider for the Canadian Sport Institute Ontario.  Josh also provides Soft Tissue Release, Therapeutic Ultrasound,

Along with his clinical work, Josh is currently the Head Trainer for the Peterborough Lakers Lacrosse Team (2012 Mann Cup Champions), and is a therapist with the Canadian National Men’s 15 Rugby Team.

Along with the above credentials, Josh has developed and implements an Integrated Therapy method called the ecco rehabilitation system.  It is the assessment & treatment of muskuloskeletal conditions, muscle imbalances, mobility/stability issues and Peak Performance Care using massage, electro-acupuncture, soft tissue manipulation, taping and other modalities for an incredibly effective rehabilitation approach. His ultimate goal is to serve and educate the Peterborough and surrounding communities in the benefits of integrated therapy and therapeutic massage in order for them to achieve their maximum peak potential. His experiences range from treating minor and amateur athletes, to treating elite Olympic athletes. He has been a therapist involved with major sporting events across Ontario, Canada and Europe.  Josh currently treats athletes from the OHL (Ontario Hockey League), NLL (National Lacrosse League), CFL (Canadian Football League), Athletics Canada and Rugby Canada.

Career Highlights Include:

  • Current Head Trainer Peterborough Lakers Lacrosse (2012 Mann Cup Champions)
  • Therapist with NLL Minnesota Swarm
  • Therapist for Rugby Canada and the National Senior Men’s Team
  • Therapist for National Beach Volleyball Championships
  • Canadian Track and Field Championships
  • International Tae Kwon Do Championships
  • Chief Therapist for Canadian Wakeboard Championships
  • Head Trainer/Therapist for Peterborough Pagans Rugby Union and Sir Sandford Fleming Knights
  • Faculty in the Massage Therapy Department at Sir Sandford Fleming College in Peterborough

Along with several, complimentary treatment modalities, the physical aspect of massage therapy is only part of the treatment process; a small piece of the puzzle. The manual approach to assessment and treatment focuses on returning clients to their normal functioning, pre-injury state. Educating and encouraging individuals in their journey back from injury and capable of striving for their projected life goals, is an essential ingredient of treatment. The focus is on what can be done through training, education and integrated therapy to help individuals get back the life they had before injury; fully rehabilitated. Whether Sports, MVA (motor vehicle accident) to ADL (activities of daily living) injuries, each treatment is individual and focuses on the needs of you, the client.


Contact Josh at

Twitter @joshmartinrmt