Keeping you in the Loop

Keeping you in the loop:
We haven’t stopped thinking about you!

As everyone has been, we are trying to navigate these crazy times to the best of our abilities. We are all experiencing challenges and hope that you are healthy, safe and with family at this time.

Our team is choosing to take this time to find a way to help you maintain contact with us and let us know how you are doing and if you have any questions about your care. While Telehealth is new to many, it will allow us to connect with you and be able to assess things that were previously too difficult (like how to tailor a workout in your home).

Our therapists have been set up and using Telehealth since the start of Covid-19 in Halton. We are ready to serve our clients.

Government mandates have directed closure of businesses until April 7th. We have chosen to put safety first and remain closed until the 13th. This date is fluid, as you know, and we will only reopen our doors if we feel it is safe to resume in person treatments.

If you have an appointment scheduled for next week. You are being contacted by us to reschedule your in-person appointment to April 13th or later. During this conversation, we can discuss if your treatment  would be appropriate for virtual care, and if so, we will review how to proceed.

If you are in need of our services and are curious if virtual care is an option for you, please click on the link below to schedule a Free 10-minute Telehealth Discovery session with one of us.

We are STILL answering our phones and will return your call if we don’t immediately connect. We are OPEN to serve you on Telehealth and are looking forward to seeing you when we reopen our doors.

Book A Discovery Session

In Case of Emergency

If you are in need of urgent care, please try to contact us via phone or email and we will work with you to help guide you on your next steps. We would like to keep the Urgent Care Clinics free to treat non-orthopaedic injuries. If we suspect that further investigation is necessary, we will direct you to go to the nearest Urgent Care Clinic. If this is life threatening, you should call 9-1-1.