Michael Prowse, RMT Dartmouth Clinic
(he/him) Michael was raised in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, after graduating Dartmouth High School he moved to Borneo to teach scuba diving on a day resort. After a couple of years in Malaysia he furthered his diving career and graduated from Seneca College in Underwater Skills and as Diver Medic in King City, Ontario, later as an HSE Closed Bell Diver and as Diver Medic at The Underwater Centre in Fort William, Scotland. Working internationally in the underwater oil & gas pipeline construction industry. The diver medic course allowed him to work alongside doctors in an Accidents & Emergency triage unit in Airdrie, Scotland with an array of injuries and treatments. After a few years offshore witnessing and sustaining a few injuries he decided to end his diving career and pursue a career in healing, with a brief stint cooking in Greek and Italian restaurants while he decided his next move, he sustained a back injury and met the world of massage therapy.
Soon after he attended the Canadian College Of Massage & Hydrotherapy (CCMH), graduating with honours, and with a focus on sports injuries. Since graduating he has furthered his studies in massage with myofascial release techniques, movement workshops, remedial exercise and clinical assessment classes.
Michael is an active member of the Massage Therapists’ Association of Nova Scotia, and has been since graduating CCMH in 2015. He likes to stay active mainly with strength and conditioning exercises, as well as hiking with his dog, and on rare occasions still enjoys recreational diving.