Patient-Centred Care

We believe that health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being. Let us help you maintain YOUR HEALTH.

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Whole-Body Approach

Your body is interconnected. Your treatment should be too. We look beyond symptoms to find the cause.

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Multi-Disciplinary

Our range of services gives you access to the best options to meet your specific recovery or health goals.

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Personalized for You

We create customized health care programs that integrate physical therapies, education, and support services.

Recent Articles

Postpartum massage

After giving birth, the core is weakened. Massage therapy can help with the muscle strain that happens during delivery, as well as balance out compensations in your posture that happen afterwards. Treatments focus on your back, neck, hips, and hamstrings. For caesarean births, we can also begin working on a scar as soon as the wound is closed.

November 2, 2018 Read More
Don’t let fall be a pain in the back

As the seasons change and the weather begins to cool, many of us are getting out to do our fall clean up. Whether you are cleaning up the yard or clearing out the garage, make sure to follow these simple tips to help avoid injuries.

October 7, 2018 Read More
Benefits of Reflexology and Reiki

Reflexology deals with the principle that there are reflex areas in the hands and feet which directly correspond to all of the glands, organs, and parts of the body. Stimulating these reflex areas properly is a type of preventative maintenance and can help many health and wellness issues in a natural way. It reduces stress, helps manage pain, and promotes deep relaxation, physical healing, spiritual healing, and self-improvement. Reiki and Reflexology are highly effect together and in conjunction with other medical and therapeutic techniques.

September 2, 2018 Read More
Carpal Tunnel

Carpal tunnel is the most common nerve compression in the arm and is a result of a median nerve compression at the wrist. It causes numbness and tingling in the first three and one-half fingers. As the condition progresses, muscle weakness and tension in the forearm muscles also occur.

August 9, 2018 Read More