Fibromyalgia Awareness Week


People with Fibromyalgia can experience a range of symptoms including severe spine, muscle and joint pain. As a complex, chronic or long term condition, fibromyalgia often requires co-management with an interprofessional team. As a key part of your care team, we can work with your medical doctor to help you manage the pain. Book an appointment to speak with our healthcare team to see how we can help you.

Source: Ontario Chiropractic Association


Tips to enjoy Pain-Free Knitting

If you’re an avid knitter, you may have experienced strain in your hands, wrists, neck or upper back from being in the same position for an extended time. Like sewing and typing, knitting is a repetitive motion activity that can lead to strains and injuries. In some cases, you can even end up with carpal tunnel syndrome, if you don’t grip and position your wrists properly.

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Living with Arthritis

Arthritis affects about one in five Canadians or more than six million people. Many people living with this condition say they need help to complete daily tasks because arthritis limits their abilities. With symptoms like stiffness and often painful inflammation, arthritis limits your mobility and how well you can move your joints. Chiropractic and physiotherapy can help alleviate arthritis symptoms, so you can move through your day with less pain.

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2022 Winner: Best Chiropractor, Acupuncturist, Massage Therapy and Orthotic Services

We are grateful and honored to have won BEST Chiropractor, Acupuncturist, Massage Therapy and Orthotic Services and in The Guardian Readers’ Choice 2022 Awards. Our sincere thanks for the opportunity to meet your healthcare needs.

If you have not visited our office, please browse our site to see all of our services, and contact us today to schedule your appointment. We can’t wait to welcome you!

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