Athletic Rehab

Athletic injuries may be caused by:

  • repetitive strain injuries,
  • acute traumas,
  • chronic continuous muscle contractions,
  • or by any combination of these.

By treating and managing their effects you can reduce their long-term impact and speed up your recovery.
Our clinic has a team of active health care providers that can evaluate and treat your athletic injuries.

We have successfully treated professional and elite athletes including:

  • National Hockey League players
  • Canadian Football League players
  • Canadian Gymnastics Team members
  • Ontario Hockey League Junior A and Junior B hockey teams
  • as well as members of various ski teams, golf clubs and swim clubs etc
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  • Costovertebral Sprain

    Costovertebral Sprain

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  • Laser Therapy

    Laser Therapy

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  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

    Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

    Q. What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) and how is it caused? A. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is a common and troublesome condition that interferes with the use of the...

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  • Relaxation Massage

    Relaxation Massage

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  • Lymphatic Drainage

    Lymphatic Drainage

    Manual Lymph Drainage is an advanced form of massage that aims to stimulate the lymphatic system to remove congestion and stagnation from within the body, and so help it return...

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  • Costochondritis

    Costochondritis

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  • Soft Tissue

    Soft Tissue

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  • Myofascial Release – M.F.R.

    Myofascial Release – M.F.R.

    Myofascial Release is a form of bodywork that is manipulative in nature and seeks to rebalance the body by releasing tension in the fascia. Long, stretching strokes are utilized to...

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  • Sports Massage

    Sports Massage

    Sports massage focuses on muscles relevant to the event. For athletes who train continuously, the goal is to enhance endurance, lessen the chance of injury and shorten the time needed...

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  • Trigger Point Therapy

    Trigger Point Therapy

    Trigger point therapy is also known as Myotherapy or Neuromuscular Therapy and applies concentrated finger pressure to "trigger points" (painful irritated areas in muscles) to break cycles of spasm and...

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  • Pregnancy Massage

    Pregnancy Massage

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  • Stress Relief

    Stress Relief

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