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1. If you are experiencing any cold or flu like symptoms on the day of your appointment, please call to reschedule.  If you have travelled please ensure that you have followed the public health guidelines for isolation.

2. We ask that you enter the clinic only at your appointment time (not early) so that we can manage physical distancing within our waiting area.  If we can accommodate you early, we will signal you to come in.  We also ask that unless absolutely necessary you do not bring additional family or friends with you.

3. You will be required to wear a mask and asked to sanitize your hands.

4. Treatment rooms are thoroughly sanitized after each treatment, and public areas are sanitized frequently throughout the day. Additional time has been scheduled between appointments for sanitization and to reduce congestion in the office.

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Help with Headaches coming from TMJ (Jaw pain)

Did you know that headaches can actually be coming from your TMJ (jaw)?  Sometimes grinding at night, aggressive chewing and facial trauma can cause the joints and muscles to become irritated and inflamed.  Our massage therapists can help with intra-oral massage, our chiropractors can help with alignment and mobility, and acupuncture can help to relax the related musculature and decrease pain.  The result could be less headaches!

Now Offering Acupuncture!

We are pleased to provide appointments with Emily Burnie, our Registered Acupuncturist.  Emily has appointments available on Mondays and Wednesdays.  From migraines to smoking cessation, acupuncture can help with a wide variety of issues!

PUT THE SPRING BACK IN YOUR STEP….with help from your chiropractor

Summer is just around the corner(fingers crossed), and with that comes spring cleaning, gardening, and outdoor sports. It’s great to be active but after a looooong winter of inactivity it could mean an increased risk for injury—especially for your back.

The following are some general tips to help decrease your chance of injury:

• warm up for 5 to 10 minutes before any activity…march in place, walk around the block..whatever it takes to safely get the blood flowing to the muscles to warm them up.

• perform some mild stretches before starting your activity, and a more detailed stretching full body routine after

• when lifting bend at the knees, keep the item close to your body and avoid twisting at the waist when placing and object down

• if you do injure yourself apply ice to the area for 10-20 minutes and consult your chiropractor to determine the cause of, and if necessary, treat the area of pain.

Already a back pain sufferer? Well, you are not alone –approximately 8 out of 10 people will experience back pain at some point throughout their life. And if left untreated there is a high chance that it will reoccur. The good news is you don’t have to give up the activities you love. If you are currently experiencing back pain it is very important that you first reduce your symptoms.

Doctors of chiropractic specialize in caring for your back. They offer diagnosis of your problem in addition to a safe and effective treatment for back pain—all without a referral. They can also provide you with a back care routine designed specifically for you!

Remember, with back pain PREVENTION is key! With a daily flexibility routine combined with a strengthening program and regular visits to your chiropractor, you can substantially reduce your risk of injury. You’ll have a spring in your step and be able to enjoy summer to the fullest!


Catherine Bartlett, BSc, DC


What is Wellness?

By Dr. Stephen Godin

There is no doubt about it; health and health promotion have become hot topics in the past several years. Our minds have become flooded with a variety of ideas, and we are left to pick and choose what makes sense to us. In order to simplify this task, I would like to introduce to you the concept of “wellness.”

Will I have HEADACHES forever?

If you have experienced a headache in the last 30 days, you are not alone! Research shows that 57% of males and 76% of females report at least one significant headache per month. Children also suffer with headaches. According to a Swedish study of 9000 children, over 70% experienced headaches by the age of 15.

Headaches are indeed common, but they are far from normal. The effects of these painful events are widespread, from work and sleep disruption to a decrease in overall mood. Migraines alone cost between 5.6 and 17.2 billion dollars per year in lost work and productivity. There are options for headache sufferers!


How to Improve your Golf Game with a Healthy Back

If you are one of thousands enjoying the fastest growing sport in North America, then you know how satisfying it can be to beat your personal best score, or to win that company golf tournament. You also know how frustrating it can be to play poorly or miss a game due to an injury. The nature of the golf game itself leaves us prone to injury. During a typical round, you will swing your club approximately 100 times! Talk about repetitive strain! The golf swing is one of the most explosive and unnatural of all sport movements, and relies on the coordination of several muscle groups. If you are unprepared for your season and don’t follow proper technique you may be in line for a rotator cuff, shoulder, or back injury. Don’t cut your season short this year, exercise caution, and follow these simple pointers to keep swinging healthy and give yourself a competitive edge:

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