Our Services

PHYSIOTHERAPY

Our Physiotherapists will help you understand why you’re experiencing pain, and how it can be managed. They can help prevent a condition or injury from developing, and help prevent re-injury or pain from developing into a chronic condition.

Step 1:  Assessment

Meet with one of our Physiotherapists to go over what your goals are, whether or not we can help, and what type of approach we should take. Your physiotherapist will perform an in-depth history and exam to ascertain what is going on and how best to help. Initial visits are an hour long and depending on complexity may include your initial treatment.

Step 2:  Pre-Hab/Post-Injury Rehab

Getting out of pain is hard work. Think about it like a vehicle. Maintenance in the form of keeping the tank full, oil changes, tire rotation takes some time and money. Repairing your vehicle after a crash is a lot more inconvenient and expensive. The human body is a little more complicated than a car, too. With the right plan we’ll do our best to get you where you want to be, as quickly as we can. Expect more frequent visits, and more extensive treatments.

Step 3:  Maintenance

After you have achieved pain-free status, your Physiotherapist may want to focus on continuing to improve your range of motion, your stability and your strength. This may be through a home exercise program, the occasional check-in appointment, or through referral to a complementary, and more progressive service.

CHIROPRACTIC

Gentle and meaningful adjustments to the spine and other joints to help maintain their range of motion, as well as the health of the neurological system.  Bottom line: If your spine moves well, you’ll live in less pain, with better function.

Step 1:  Assessment

Meet with Dr. Ball to go over what your goals are, whether or not we can help, and what type of approach we should take.  Depending on your starting point and goals, we may use:  Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis, Hands on, or Gentle forms of spinal manipulation, Stretching or Massage modalities, Acupuncture, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization, Fascial Taping, and/or Rehabilitative Exercises

Step 2:  Relief

Getting out of pain is hard work. Think about it like a vehicle. Maintenance in the form of keeping the tank full, oil changes, tire rotation takes some time and money. Repairing your vehicle after a crash is a lot more inconvenient and expensive. The human body is a little more complicated than a car, too. With the right plan we’ll do our best to get you where you want to be, as quickly as we can. Expect more frequent visits, and more extensive treatments.

Step 3:  Wellness

This is where we recommend most people stay once they’ve achieved their pain-free status. Now we can focus on continuing to improve your range of motion, your stability and your strength. Through the wear and tear of life, we still need to get our adjustments (much like we need our teeth cleaned every so often), and should feel a sense of balance, reduced pain or soreness, and easier movement after a good adjustment. Most people settle into a routine of a visit every 2-4 week with the occasional extra appointment when they’ve been traveling or had a stressful span of time (either mental or physical).

MASSAGE THERAPY

Massage is designed to enhance your sense of emotional and physical health, as well as being a great tool for promoting relaxation, reducing muscle tension, or providing relief from pain.

Step 1:  Assessment

Meet with Crystal to go over your goals with care, and your health history. Crystal will also be performing an exam to ensure there are no contraindication to massage, as well as what the best course of treatment would be to serve your goals.

Step 2:  Relief

If you’ve injured yourself and are seeking massage for relief from pain or functional limitations, your care plan may look different than during a well visit. It might include bolsters or positional adaptation (for those not able to lay on their stomach; Pregnant or injured clients), as well as a different intensity and frequency of care.

Step 3:  Wellness

Ongoing massage appointments, at regular intervals are a great way to maintain the suppleness of your tissue, prevent pain from recurring or occurring in the first place. Making this part of your routine is a great idea.

KINESIOLOGY

Kinesiologists are trained to help you get and stay fit. They can help you learn to move better at work, home or at your activity of choice. Moving better means less injuries, feeling better, and performing to your potential.

Step 1:  Assessment

Meet with Chris to go through your history and a comprehensive assessment designed to figure out where your strengths and weaknesses are. This session is crucial for developing an action plan to address your needs and provide the best outcomes.

Step 2:  Corrective Care

After developing a plan, you’ll learn and go through corrective exercises and treatments with Chris to retrain the brain and body. This improved function should mean accelerated healing, pain-free motion and insulation from future injury.

Step 3:  Prevention

As we’re typically asymmetrical beings, and our goals progress as we do, you may want to continue care to address asymmetries, balance and strength building. This is a great way to prevent future injury and improve your quality of life.

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