Chiropractic is one of the largest primary contact professions in Canada. With over 5000 practitioners, chiropractic is a hands-on treatment dealing with nerve, muscle and joint complaints. Chiropractic is a drug-free, non-invasive manual procedure used to treat problems of the musculoskeletal system.Read more
Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation / Pelvic Floor PhysiotherapyWhat is the Pelvic Floor, and why does it need Physiotherapy? The pelvic floor is a complex system of muscles and tissues which have several essential functions in the human body. It is located at the bottom of the pelvis between the tail bone, pubic bone, and sits bones. Some of it’s functions include:
- Sphincter for the urinary system
- Support for the pelvic organs (bladder, rectum, and uterus)
- Core Stabilizer
- Pump for bodily fluids
- Clinical Nutrition ¤
- Botanical Medicine ¤
- Preventative and Lifestyle Counseling ¤
- Traditional Chinese Medicine / Acupuncture ¤
- Homeopathic Medicine ¤
- Physical Medicine & Hydrotherapy ¤
What is Naturopathic MedicineNaturopathic medicine is a unique and comprehensive form of primary healthcare, which integrates modern scientific diagnosis and treatment with the art of traditional healing. It is a distinct healthcare profession built on a patient-centered approach that emphasizes prevention, treatment, and optimal health through the use of a variety of therapeutic interventions. Using investigative methods such as a detailed health history...
What are the Different Types of Massage Therapy?
- Therapeutic Massage ¤
- Lymphatic Drainage ¤
- Relaxation Massage ¤
- Sports Massage ¤
- Myofascial Release - M.F.R. ¤
- Pregnancy Massage ¤
- Trigger Point Therapy ¤
- Stress Relief ¤
- Rolfing ¤
- Vodder ¤
- Active Release Techniques - ART ¤
What is Registered Massage Therapy? (RMT)Massage Therapy can be described as methodical friction, stroking or kneading of the body with the hands to relieve stress, promote relaxation, improve circulation and stimulate muscle function. The practitioners of this healing...
Physiotherapists are highly trained movements specialists who are experts in rehabilitation.Some people think physiotherapists just give people exercises, but this completely untrue. When being assessed by a physiotherapist, you will have your joints, muscles and system of peripheral nerves looked-at for areas of concern which could be contributing to your pain. They can assess for lack of or excess movement the joints, weakness and imbalance of muscles, and nervous system hypersensitivity. How can one person look at so much, you might ask?...
Physical therapy treatment is utilized by chiropractors in our office to help in the treatment and prevention of physical injury and diseases. The goal of our physical therapy at our clinic is to restore function and pain free activities to the affected regions. Physical therapy may include: • Myofascial Release Techniques ie: Active Release Technique (ART), Graston Technique • Electrical Modalities to control pain, relax muscles, and reduces inflammation, ie: Interferential Current (IFC), TENS, Ultrasound, Laser Therapy and Shockwave (Extrecorporeal Shockwave) • Exercise/Rehabilitation to stretch and strengthen affected muscles and joints • Chiropractic manual...Read more