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

Compartment syndrome and periostitis (a.k.a. sh...

Both compartment syndrome and periostitis can occur on the front or back of the lower leg, causing pain and tightness. Symptoms increase with exercise and decrease with rest. But, while they can both occur in the same locations and have similar symptoms, they aren’t quite the same.

May 2, 2018 Read More
New tool in the toolbox

I recently completed two continuing education seminars called Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT). By using NKT, practitioners can identify areas that are overworking and understand why other areas are compensating for them. By addressing muscles that are overworking, muscles that are under working can turn on which will improve movement patterns, muscle tone, pain, or other symptoms someone might complain about.

April 6, 2018 Read More
Osteopathy and fertility issues

Structural dysfunctions alter how the nervous and circulatory systems communicate with the pelvic organs. A restriction in blood flow limits the flow of hormones and nutrients necessary to regulate the function of these organs. Osteopathy brings balance to the body by using gentle movements to correct structural and postural imbalances. Improving the alignment and biomechanics of the body, but more specifically the pelvis, will improve how the body functions.

March 5, 2018 Read More
Baseball season is around the corner!

Youth participation in baseball is on the rise across Canada. It demands a lot of physical skill to play and can therefore result in injury. New players are also using muscles they haven’t used before and learning new movements. Along with sore muscles, some of the most common injuries are to the elbows and shoulders.

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