Our physiotherapists focus on both prevention and rehabilitation. Treatment can be for problems caused by injury, disease or disability. Our therapists help patients affected by injury, illness or disability through movement and exercise, manual therapy, education and advice. They maintain health for people of all ages, helping patients to manage pain and prevent disease.
Virtual Service - Remote Psychotherapy and Counselling
UPDATED SERVICE - PLEASE NOTE, give us a call to book as there are limited spots available online.
It can be tough to make that first step towards therapy, especially if you are just starting out. The choice to pursue therapy is entirely yours to make and a deeply personal choice at that. It is for this specific reason that we offer free consultations during which you can get to know the therapist, and get a sense for my style and delivery (fit).
Therapy is very much an inclusive form of therapy which supports both women and men of all ages and backgrounds. The goal of every session is to support a variety of issues the client may be experiencing. Together, the therapist and client work to affect positive changes in the way the client thinks, feels and behaves both individually and in social settings. Clients who often seek psychotherapy when they are experiencing, and want to improve, any of the following:
• Simply want to embark on your own self exploration
• Dealing with pain
During each session, the therapist respectfully explores the client’s concerns in a safe, supportive and welcoming environment. The goal of each session is typically mutually agreed upon by both the client and psychotherapist, with clear and focused boundaries during their conversation. Centred on promoting authenticity, compassion and acceptance, professional psychotherapists work collaboratively with clients to promote individual well being. Initial and follow up appointments are available with our registered psychotherapist (Zuwaina Murad) and social worker (Angeli Sareen) via a secure and easy to use virtual platform. We are currently conducting these service virtually only. If you are unable to find your preferred date and time, please call our office at 905-607-2323. We will inform you once in person appointments are again available
Do you suffer from back, shoulder, knee or foot pain? If so, custom orthotics are an effective way to correct your posture, re-align your step and restore your natural foot functions. Get to the bottom of foot pain with the help of our team. We will take the time to meet with you, discuss all your symptoms and devise a treatment plan that is customized to fit your exact needs. Custom orthotics fit comfortably into your shoes and have the advantage of being made from a direct imprint of your foot..
Registered Massage Therapy
Looking to relax? Or do you have chronic pain that you need treated and gone? Our registered massage therapist have the clinical experience and technical skills to help you feel better. Please note that if this is your first massage at our office, do book at least a 45 minute appointment to allow for a proper assessment.
Do you now Acupuncture is an ancient form of medicine that was practiced in the oldest times and it is used to this day? We are pleased to offer Acupuncture treatment at our clinic. It is a treatment where thin needles are inserted at specific points on your body. It is done by identifying the points of your body that trigger the bodily functions. It is effective in the treatment of pain, sciatica, arthritis, headaches, and many other conditions. Book and experience the benefits yourself!
Chiropractic - In Clinic & Virtual Appointments available
From expecting moms to seniors, people visit chiropractors at various stages of their lives to alleviate persistent or sporadic pain, reduce the risk of injuries or improve flexibility, mobility and posture. A chiropractor is a spine, muscle, joint and nervous system expert, who applies the best available evidence and clinical expertise to diagnose health issues that affect your body’s movement. Using primarily their hands, your chiropractor will treat these issues without medication or surgery and help prevent them from returning.
We are now offering chiropractic rehabilitation and consultations online. Chiropractic services are available to current patients and include 1. A quick functional assessment 2. Custom active rehabilitation program (including stretches, strengthening and/or functional movements). Ergonomic Assessments for individuals setting up an at home work station are also available. These sessions are designed to assess your work station for possible risks associated with repetitive strain injuries as well as provide you with a postural exercise program you can do while at your workstation.
Direct billing is available.
A safe and non-invasive healing therapy, Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy, also simply referred to as Osteopathy, is a technique focused on the interrelationship between the structure and functions of the body. Osteopathy is based on the premise that the body can self-heal and self-regulate. This truly is a methodology, a belief system, which is behind this modality. Therefore, practitioners are facilitating the healing taking place by treating the entire body, not just singular, individual physical conditions.
Osteopathic Treatments are conducted with the use of manual readjustments, myofascial release (the release of pain which is caused by muscle irritation) and other physical manipulation of muscle tissue and bones. The position, quality and mobility of the body are used to both assess and treat the body for any symptoms which are present.
Often described as a “combination of chiropractic care and massage therapy,” the main difference between osteopathy and chiropractic care is that an Osteopathic practitioner can manually assess and treat the body’s organs which require assistance to function optimally. Treatments typically involve the patient laying comfortably on a professional massage table while the practitioner conducts their treatment. Session lengths can vary depending upon the needs of the patients and as determined by the Osteopathic practitioner.
Interestingly, The World Health Organisation (WHO) recognised the Osteopathic concept of somatic dysfunction as being scientifically proven.