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Complement your existing workout routine

Our Health Centres help you prevent injuries, heal faster, and perform stronger.

Physical & Sports Therapy

Get back on the field in better shape than before. If you have an injury or are recovering from an injury, our Practitioners provide a variety of treatments for musculoskeletal injuries.

Registered Massage Therapy

Discover the best way to recover from leg day or a long day at work. Registered massage therapy can help reduce tension and promote healing in strained muscles.

Chiropractic

Improve yourself with a complete chiropractic treatment plan. Chiropractors use manipulations and mobilizations to improve joint function. Soft tissue therapies such as Active Release Technique and Acupuncture help lengthen muscles and break-up scar tissue.

Orthotics

Start off on the right foot. Foot orthotics are custom designed to support proper alignment of the joints in the foot and ankle, providing necessary support to the structures of the foot. They are also helpful as an effective adjunctive treatment for low back, hip, knee, and/or foot pain.

The cost of orthotic devices is typically covered by most Extended Benefit Plans.

Acupuncture

Acupuncture is one component of Traditional Chinese Medicine which aims to balance energy in the body in order to keep it functional and healthy. Acupuncture is very effective in treating a variety of painful disorders, both acute and chronic. It is very often used as an effective adjunct to the following treatments: chiropractic, massage therapy and/or physical therapy.

The cost of an acupuncture treatment is covered by most Extended Benefit Plans.

Active Release Technique

Active Release Technique (ART) is a soft tissue therapy system that break ups adhesions and scarring in injured tissues and nerves. With the help of ART you can return to a full range of motion and decrease pain.

Kineisotaping and Spider-Tech

Kinesiotaping and Spider-Tech affect the activation of the neurological system and the circulatory system, and are used to manage pain and reduce swelling.

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