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Sleep More

We've become a culture of sleep deprivation rather than rest; there are so many things to do and so little time to do them that we often sacrifice what we need most for good health: sleep. Poor sleep contributes to fatigue and irritability in the short term and is linked to serious health conditions in the long term. So tonight, turn in early and get the sleep your body and mind deserve.

Eat Less

Salad Excess - another cultural staple that wreaks havok on our bodies and leads to obesity, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and more. Portion control is a major step toward attaining and maintaining a healthy weight, as is eating less overall. Too many of us fall victim to the buffet and "super size" mentality, rather than eating frequent small meals that will fuel your body the right way.

Keep Moving

running shoes With obesity at an all-time high and on the rise, there's no better time to get off the couch and start moving. It's a simple concept: When your body moves, good things happen - increased metabolism, fat loss, better circulation; and when it doesn't move, you're setting the stage for all sorts of negative consequences, including weight gain, various diseases and even cancer.

One on One

All Ontario patients are entitled to speak to their therapist or practioner via Telehealth, however, not all medical appointments may be best suited for this online format. Please review the list of services and conditions that are allowed for Telehealth, and a list of exclusion criteria.

Covid Safety

Our team of therapist and practitioners are registered and recognized to provide the best care possible, whether it be in person or via Telehealth. However, please note that not all insurance companies are up to date and you may wish to contact them to clarify individual policies.

Functional Movement

Our team of therapist and practitioners are registered and recognized to provide the best care possible, whether it be in person or via Telehealth. However, please note that not all insurance companies are up to date and you may wish to contact them to clarify individual policies.

Type of Injuries

If you are experiencing any of the following, we suggest that you first seek emergency care with your family doctor or emergency department at the hospital: Chest pain Shortness of breath Allergic reaction Choking Altered state of consciousness Head or neck injury
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