Active Release Technique

Active Release Technique (ART) is a patented, state of the art soft tissue system/movement based massage technique that treats problems with muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and nerves


One of the largest primary-contact health care professions in Ontario, chiropractic is a non-invasive, hands-on health care discipline that focuses on the neuromusculoskeletal system.

Concussion Management

We are now affiliated with Complete Concussion Management.  We offer Baseline Concussion Testing, Concussion Diagnosis and Treatment, Return to School/Sport, Coach/Trainer Certification and Concussion Policy Development.

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Massage Therapy

If a person’s physical or emotional health is challenged, massage therapy can produce benefits whether the situation is acute (immediate) or chronic (long-standing).

Medical Acupuncture

The use of Medical Acupuncture can help minimize pain in a wide range of problems, which can include: headaches, neck pain, shoulder problems, elbow and wrist pain, arthritis of the hip, knee and low back as well as any type of muscle or joint related injury.

Naturopathic Medicine

Naturopathic Medicine is a system of primary care whose philosophy of health concerns all aspects of an individual (physical, mental, emotional, spiritual) and its goal is to treat disease at its root cause rather than simply masking the symptoms of disease.


Physiotherapy can help ill, injured or disabled people recover movement and function to their full potential.


SpiderTech tape helps with pain, prevention and performance.



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Why a BASELINE Test?

Concussions can produce a wide array of symptoms, which poses a challenge for coaches, trainers, parents and health professionals involved in the care of an injured athlete. The time-course for recovery also varies widely from athlete to athlete, making it impossible to employ a “cookie-cutter” approach to concussion rehabilitation and return-to-play timelines.

Currently, there is no reliable diagnostic test or marker that can be used to identify a concussion when it’s occurred, or conversely, when it’s resolved.

For this reason, a growing emphasis has been placed on objective baseline testing protocols that can be used to track an athlete’s recovery and serve as a tangible measurement for return-to-play readiness. By measuring an athlete’s “normal” level of functioning, we are better able to gauge the level of impairment that may exist post-injury by performing comparative testing.

We use ImPACT at baseline to assess neurocognitive function (memory, reaction time, processing speed, etc.). We also assess certain areas of physical performance such as balance.

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