The HealthOne Rehab Centre provides physiotherapy, chiropractic care, massage therapy, and osteopathy in the Toronto PATH.
Our HealthOne chiropractors provide a non-invasive, drug-free manual approach to neuro-musculoskeletal issues of the body. They are trained to assess and manage all muscular, spinal, joint and nervous system injuries often experienced at work or during physical activity. Chiropractic care can help with sports-related and non-sports related pain and dysfunction as well as provide symptomatic relief for patients suffering from chronic conditions. At HealthOne we offer:
The Pro-Adjuster is a revolutionary piece of chiropractic equipment that is used in the HealthOne Rehab Centre. It is the first system that not only analytically and scientifically analyzes the restrictions within one’s spine (and therefore the nervous system) but also performs the adjustment alongside the expertise of the chiropractor. The Pro-Adjuster allows chiropractors to objectively measure spinal restrictions and allows for an alternative adjusting method that is a shift from the traditional hands-on treatment. It is the first gentle, non-manipulative adjustment of its kind. It can be used for adjustments, soft tissue, TMJ, extremities, sciatica, sinus’, low back, neck, headaches, constipation, and much more.
Physiotherapy is a hands-on, individualized, one-on-one manual approach to rehabilitating your injury or condition. Our HealthOne physiotherapists can help you restore function and mobility after an injury or disease.
HealthOne’s physiotherapists help with pain reduction and improving function by taking a multi-faceted treatment approach. Our physiotherapists will encourage you to become an active participant in your recovery plan. Our highly skilled team is highly specialized in the management of many sports and repetitive strain injuries.
Our HealthOne RMT’s provide hands-on massage therapy for a variety of health conditions including:
Osteopathy is a gentle form of manual healthcare, that focuses on the movements of the body. Osteopaths consider the body as a whole, not the symptom that prevails but the root cause of what provokes or maintains the symptoms. Osteopathic techniques, which involve refined and specific manual therapy based on the anatomical and physiological connections within the body, are applied to each patient in a unique way. They include:
Osteopathy is for all ages (babies, children, adults, pregnant women, athletes, seniors) and ranges from illness prevention to the treatment of acute (short term) and chronic (long term) conditions. Conditions commonly treated with osteopathy: