Chiropractic

Spinal manipulative therapy is an effective treatment for both acute and chronic back pain. For acute back pain up to six weeks persistency, spinal manipulative therapy, both as an independent treatment and in conjunction with standard medical care, can help decrease pain and improve functioning. For chronic back pain, spinal manipulative therapy has a modest effect on chronic back pain, with 1... Read More

Spinal manipulative therapy is an effective treatment for both acute and chronic back pain. For acute back pain up to six weeks persistency, spinal manipulative therapy, both as an independent treatment and in conjunction with standard medical care, can help decrease pain and improve functioning. For chronic back pain, spinal manipulative therapy has a modest effect on chronic back pain, with 12 treatments yielding the most favourable results in terms of improving functioning and reducing pain.


Massage Therapy

The purpose of massage therapy is to target the source of the body’s pain by eliminating tense muscles, increasing flexibility, and providing relaxation to the affected muscles as well as the body as a whole. Massage also promotes circulation to the affected or injured muscles, which increases nutrients and oxygen to the damaged tissues. In turn, this increased activity to the affected sites re... Read More

The purpose of massage therapy is to target the source of the body’s pain by eliminating tense muscles, increasing flexibility, and providing relaxation to the affected muscles as well as the body as a whole. Massage also promotes circulation to the affected or injured muscles, which increases nutrients and oxygen to the damaged tissues. In turn, this increased activity to the affected sites reduces stiffness and edema (swelling) in the muscles and joints, as well as increases flexibility to help reduce pain. This form of therapy also releases endorphins (pain-killing hormones) which boost the dopamine and serotonin (the happiness chemicals) levels in the body. These hormones assist the body in many ways, physically as well as emotionally.


Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is an effective form of health care that can help people with many health conditions. Whether you need rehabilitation from a knee injury, have chronic back pain or want to manage pain for conditions such as diabetes or heart disease, a physiotherapist can help.


Cryotherapy

By immersing the body in extremely cold air for several minutes, you can get benefits from just one session of Cryotherapy, but it’s most effective when used regularly.

The enclosure will drop to between - 200 to -300°F. where you will stay in the ultra-low temperature air for between two and three minutes.


Compression Therapy

Compression therapy can be utilized to help with the treatment and prevention of many venous and lymphatic issues and assist in performance and recovery during activity. As a treatment measure, it can be prescribed to treat such things as phlebitis, thrombosis, aftercare from surgery, sclerotherapy, aiding achy and heavy feeling legs, varicose veins, spider veins, edema, and leg ulcers. Comp... Read More

Compression therapy can be utilized to help with the treatment and prevention of many venous and lymphatic issues and assist in performance and recovery during activity. As a treatment measure, it can be prescribed to treat such things as phlebitis, thrombosis, aftercare from surgery, sclerotherapy, aiding achy and heavy feeling legs, varicose veins, spider veins, edema, and leg ulcers.

Compression Therapy is a treatment modality that uses pulse massage patterns to boost recovery. The dynamic compression device uses compressed air to massage limbs, mobilize fluid, and fight inflammation. The limbs are then replenished with fresh blood, stimulating recovery.

Compression therapy has also been utilized in activity as a performance and recovery measure by assisting continuous blood flow, minimizing blood pooling, increasing drainage of toxins like lactic acid, and helping to sustain reparative processes.


Float Therapy

Floatation therapy, also known as isolation therapy or sensory deprivation therapy, is the popular practice of spending an hour or more floating peacefully on a 10” high water filled floor within a floatation tank or float room. The floating effect is achieved through a water and epsom salt solution, which makes the water so buoyant that you’re floating instead of sinking. To further the effect... Read More

Floatation therapy, also known as isolation therapy or sensory deprivation therapy, is the popular practice of spending an hour or more floating peacefully on a 10” high water filled floor within a floatation tank or float room. The floating effect is achieved through a water and epsom salt solution, which makes the water so buoyant that you’re floating instead of sinking. To further the effect, all distractions have been removed such as light or visual stimuli, sense of touch due to the water being the same temperature as your skin, and sense of smell due to the epsom salts nullifying any other scents, leaving you with just the feeling of floating!

The effects of gravity on your bones, joints and muscles are also completely removed while floating. This vastly improves your circulation and allows your body to rejuvenate and heal itself. Research shows that floating measurably reduces your blood pressure and heart rate while at the same time lowering stress levels.


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