Our primary focus is to restore function and improve your quality of life through caring, skilful and personalized applications of exemplary rehabilitation services for clients of all ages. Click on any of our services for more information.


    Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession that focuses on the treatment and prevention of physical injury and disease. Physiotherapists have completed a physiotherapy program at an accredited university, have been licensed by the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario and must maintain their clinical skills through post-graduate courses on an ongoing basis. At your first visit, a physiotherapist will perform an assessment to determine the cause of injury and design a personalized…

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    Chiropractic is a health care profession concerned with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disorders of the spine, nervous system, and joints of the extremities. Our chiropractors treat areas of decreased function through a non-invasive, drug-free and hands-on care to reduce pain and increase joint function, thereby improving your overall health. Chiropractors have completed a chiropractic program at an accredited institution, and have been licensed by the College of Chiropractors of Ontario. Upon…

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    Chiropody is the branch of medical science that involves the assessment, treatment and prevention of foot and lower limb diseases or disorders by therapeutic, surgical, orthotic and palliative means. Foot deformities, infections and injuries not only limit your mobility, but can detrimentally affect your health and quality of life. Chiropodists have completed a chiropody program at an accredited institution, and have been licensed by the College of Chiropodists of Ontario. Our licensed chiropodists can…

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    Orthotics are used to:   Orthotics for the foot are used to treat the following conditions:   At our clinics, orthotics are prescribed after a careful assessment by either a chiropodist or chiropractor with special training in this area. Most extended healthcare benefit plans cover all or part of the cost of orthotics.


    Massage therapy has been proven to prevent injuries and speed up recovery time by increasing the blood supply and lymphatic drainage to damaged or tense muscles. Massage therapy can effectively relieve or prevent pain and stress and alleviate tightness in order to restore your body, mind and spirit.  Our massage therapists take our patients’ well-being seriously. They have extensive training and experience in the health and fitness industries and will discuss…

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    Acupuncture is one of the key components of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) that involves the stimulation of points on the body through the insertion of very thin, solid filiform acupuncture needles into the skin to achieve a therapeutic effect.  Anatomical acupuncture refers to the approach taken today by western-trained healthcare providers, and combines the knowledge of traditional acupuncture with western-learned anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology. Acupuncture points on the body are…

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    What causes pelvic floor dysfunction?  Pelvic floor dysfunction is caused by weak or tight pelvic floor muscles, or some combination thereof. When these muscles are too weak (hypotonic), they contribute to incontinence and organ prolapse. When these muscles are too tight (hypertonic), they may cause pelvic pain or frequency of the bladder and bowels.  Do I need to Kegel?  Kegel exercises have long been the classic prescription for pelvic floor…

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                                                                   Whether you are a recreational or competitive runner, training for your first triathlon or twentieth marathon, every runner can benefit from a comprehensive assessment delivered by a Registered Physiotherapist that examines your biomechanics, muscle activation patterns and body posture. The Runner’s Assessment is a physiotherapy assessment that begins with a 360-degree video-recorded running session on a Woodway treadmill. Following this, the physiotherapist will analyze your running biomechanics including foot…

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    What is involved in Homecare? For how long will I need therapy? The recommended frequency and length of follow up appointments is something that is discussed and decided during the initial assessment and revisited periodically. Fees: Our private homecare services are not covered by OHIP, but are covered under most extended health plans. Please inquire below for details on fees. Who should I contact if I have questions or want…

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