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486 Front St. West Toronto,  M5V 0V2

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Rian Hamilton
September 19th 2022
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Such a friendly environment with friendly staff to match. I truly feel like the people who work here care about my betterment. Everyone knows their stuff and I’ve seen huge improvements in my own health.
spencer f
July 28th 2022
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I had multiple injuries and this place had helped me many times. I drive across town just to go to this centre. Amazing staff and always going above and beyond.
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Why Visit Us

Our goal is to help patients recover quickly, feel better in their bodies, and get back to a life with minimal pain.

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Professionals

Physiotherapist

Physiotherapy is a patient-centered type of care that facilitates the recuperation of injuries, ailments, or disabilities.

At HealthOne, our physiotherapists are proficient in helping you with pain management, injury prevention, and the restoration of function and mobility. 

Our physiotherapist at HealthOne have a deep understanding of bodily mechanisms. They use their specialized clinical expertise to evaluate, diagnose, and address your condition. We offer top-notch physiotherapy services in downtown Toronto which includes actively involving you in your recovery process. Our physiotherapists will craft a personalized treatment regimen based on your unique requirements. 

Physiotherapy is a treatment based on science and the human body. It can help you restore full range of motion and improve your functional capabilities. Our experienced physiotherapists are highly experienced in delivering personalized therapy and specialize in handling sports-related and repetitive strain injuries.

skilled physiotherapist doing treatment with a patient
chiropractor treating back injury on a patient

Chiropractor

Chiropractic care is a non-invasive, manual approach to treating neuro-musculoskeletal issues of the body. Our chiropractors are trained to assess, diagnose, and treat injuries in the spine, muscles, joints, and nervous system.

Chiropractic care is extremely effective in treating both sports-related and non-sports related discomfort and dysfunction. It also provides relief for individuals dealing with persistent health conditions. Our chiropractors at HealthOne will begin by conducting a comprehensive evaluation of your condition. Then, they will formulate a personalized treatment strategy aimed at restoring your physical function and enhancing your overall well-being. If you are searching for a top chiropractor in downtown Toronto, HealthOne’s team is a top quality choice to address your needs. 

Massage Therapist

Massage therapy is a therapeutic treatment approach that targets the body’s soft tissues. The aim is to enhance overall well-being. Massage therapy helps by alleviating and preventing pain in the muscles, connective tissues, tendons, ligaments and joints. 

 

At HealthOne, our certified massage therapists have extensive training and expertise in addressing pain and injuries related to soft tissues such as headaches, lower back pain, strains, postural pain and pregnancy related pain. We’re proud to offer some of the most relaxing and professional massage therapy services in downtown Toronto. We will collaborate with you to create a tailored treatment approach for your main concerns.  

Massage therapy works by exerting a therapeutic influence on the body. It enhances overall health by positively impacting the muscular, nervous, and circulatory systems. Our team of RMT’s provides a diverse range of styles and techniques that can help improve circulation, minimize headaches, assist in anxiety management, improve mobility, and foster better-quality sleep. 

patient receive massage therapy from experienced rmt
osteopath treating patient with hands on approach

Osteopath

Osteopathy is a hands-on, non-intrusive form of manual therapy that enhances the overall well-being of individuals. Practitioners of osteopathy take a holistic approach, which means they identify and treat the root cause of the symptoms being experienced by the patient. 

Osteopathic care offers benefits to individuals of all age groups such as infants, children, adults, expectant mothers, athletes, and seniors. It can be used to manage both short-term and long-term health conditions and can prevent illness and injuries. 

Typical issues addressed through osteopathy include discomfort in the back, neck, shoulders, and joints; as well as conditions like sciatica, carpal tunnel syndrome, gastrointestinal disturbances (e.g., IBS, constipation); menstrual pain and irregular cycles; health challenges stemming from stress; various neurological and autoimmune disorders; TMJ jaw pain; and care for pregnant women and infants. 

Our osteopaths at HealthOne use an individualized approach with each patient and apply a variety of different techniques and treatment approaches. The goal is to ultimately restore any imbalances within the body

Kinesiologist (Coming Soon)

Kinesiology is a scientific area of study focused on human motion and physical activity. Kinesiologists focus on human body kinetics and formulate strategies to help improve its functionality.  

At HealthOne, our kinesiologists are extremely experienced in functional movement, performance analysis, and gait evaluations. They will be able to evaluate your physical condition and provide recommendations for orthopedic aids or rehabilitation regimens to optimize your physical health.  

Our team of kinesiologists are widely knowledgeable about ways to live a healthier life, avoid injuries, and live a generally healthier life. They collaborate seamlessly with our team of psychotherapists, chiropractors, and massage therapists to create active care programs for our patients. 

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doctor who specializes in sports medicine with a patient

Sports Medicine Specialist

Sports Medicine is a specialized field dedicated to the assessment and diagnosis of sports-related injuries.

This expertise is provided by doctors who have extensive experience working in musculoskeletal medicine. These physicians are well-versed in addressing sports injuries across a wide range of ages and physical activity levels. 

If you have concerns or inquiries related to how your body functions in relation to physical activities, seeking the expertise of a Sports Medicine Doctor at HealthOne can be extremely beneficial. 

Specialized Services

These are injections created from the patient’s blood. They stimulate and accelerate the body’s healing process.

These are often used to manage arthritis, tendinopathies, and bursitis. They can reduce inflammation in areas with injured tissues.

These use a hyaluronic acid solution. They are commonly used to treat osteoarthritis and work by increasing the cushioning and lubrication of synovial fluid in osteoarthritic joints.

Treatments

Shock Wave Therapy

Shockwave therapy is an effective treatment option for soft tissues that are injured, inflamed, or have scarring/adhesions. It works by directly targeting the tissue of the affected area and transmitting acoustic shockwave pulses. A shockwave is a wave that creates a change in pressure. 

Shockwave therapy can help you in many ways. It can improve your circulation, reduce muscle spasms, encourage your body’s natural healing response, and break down existing scar tissue or adhesions. It is a non-invasive treatment which means the possible side effects (bruising or swelling) will be  

There are many ways shockwave therapy can benefit you, including increased circulation, decreased muscle spasms, stimulation of the body’s natural healing response, and the breakdown of scar tissue and adhesions. As a non-invasive procedure, there will be miminal side effects (bruising/swelling) after treatment. 

Laser Therapy

Laser Therapy is a treatment modality that targets the deep layers of tissue to offer effective relief of pain. 

As a non-invasive procedure, the laser light can be adjusted to various wavelengths based on the area being treated. This makes it a top choice from medical professionals to help reduce inflammation, minimize pain, and repair tissues. Cold laser therapy is an alternative form of this treatment, however the difference is it uses a lower level of light and therefore doesn’t heat up the body. At HealthOne Rehab, our team members may suggest laser therapy as part of your treatment approach, which they will administer on their own. 

At HealthOne, laser therapy can be administered by your rehabilitation provider as effective technique to improve your condition.

acupuncture needle treatment for back pain

Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a form of Chinese Medicine where extremely thin needles are inserted into the area of treatment on the body.

The belief behind this method of treatment is that it promotes energy balance and the body’s natural ability to heal. In Western medicine, it is recognized as an effective way to relief pain and recover from injuries. There are lots of Rehab providers who use acupuncture in their practice to further support their patients’ healing journeys. At HealthOne, our team members are deeply experienced in treating patients using acupuncture. 

Ultrasound Therapy

Ultrasound therapy is a helpful treatment option that can be used to heal the body’s tissues.

It can effectively speed up healing for injured tissues and ensure that new tissue is high quality. If tissues are compromised, ultrasound therapy can greatly help them improve. Similarly, if tissues are on the path to ‘normal’ recovery, ultrasound therapy will speed up the process. Your Rehab practitioner will evaluate your needs for treatment and determine whether ultrasound therapy would be a suitable treatment option for you. 

IFC/TENS Therapy

Interferential Current Therapy harnesses the power of high-frequency signals to expedite the natural healing process within your muscles. It provides an efficient way to alleviate discomfort and restore your body to a state of optimal well-being. 

During an Interferential Current session, your healthcare provider will strategically place electrodes on the skin over the injured area. Then, the IC device will emit small electrical impulses through your skin which will activate the nerves and tissues. This therapeutic approach triggers the release of endorphins, which have pain-relieving properties. It also promotes the body’s innate ability to heal itself. Furthermore, IFC therapy can be used to minimize pain and inflammation, alleviate swelling and muscle spasms. 

Active Release Therapy

Active Release Therapy is a type of hands-on therapy that alleviates tension in the body’s soft tissues. When not addressed, repetitive strain and excessive workload on these tissues can result in muscle weakness, numbness, discomfort, tingling sensations, and a burning feeling. 

Active Release Therapy is a type of hands-on therapy that alleviates tension in the body’s soft tissues. When not addressed, repetitive strain and excessive workload on these tissues can result in muscle weakness, numbness, discomfort, tingling sensations, and a burning feeling. ART serves as an efficient method for eliminating fibrous adhesive tissue buildup within the soft tissues, often stemming from injuries caused by strain, cumulative trauma, and prolonged tension. 

Throughout the treatment process, you will be told how to move the affected body part in precise patterns while your healthcare provider applies focused compression and pressure to the area. 

Services

Body Composition Analysis

With the assistance of our advanced body scanning device, our expert team will conduct a comprehensive assessment of various aspects of your health, including weight, body composition (body water, protein, bone density, and fat mass), hydration levels, and blood pressure.  

The report provided will give you valuable insights you can use to support the pursuit of your health and fitness goals. People often use a body composition analysis to track their progress over time.  

Many of our clients at HealthOne express a keen interest in understanding their body composition beyond the conventional BMI (body mass index) measurement. Our dedicated team will give you a professional print-out of your assessment so you can take the findings home and review your results.  

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man getting a functional exercise assessment done

Functional Movement Assessments

Movement and mobility play pivotal roles in maintaining a healthy life. This is why gaining a deeper understanding about how you move is so important. Functional Movement Assessments (FMAs) are an assessment of the quality of your movement.

It quantifies key factors such as mobility, stability, and functional abilities, shedding light on your rehabilitation requirements and areas that could use support. 

At HealthOne, our highly skilled Kinesiologists are passionate about educating you throughout the process of your FMA. They will give you a digital scorecard that outlines the areas you performed well and areas that could use improvements. Additionally, your professional will suggest treatments that they think would support your health and wellness journey. We recommend annual re-assessments to check in your physical progress.  

Custom Exercise Programs

Exercise is an essential component of recovering from pain or an injury. It’s one of the top recommendations from our rehab providers because it improves your strength, posture, and relieves muscle tension.

Exercise is also recommended because it helps to prevent injuries that often occur from weak muscles and/or joints. 

At HealthOne Rehab, our practitioners use advanced exercise software to create your personalized exercise program. Each program is based on the individual’s unique goals and needs for recovery. We consider important factors like your lifestyle and age. The final product is an easy-to-understand program that includes both digital images and videos with detailed instructions to follow along. 

At HealthOne, our Rehab providers use state-of-the-art exercise software to create customized exercise programs for to your specific goals and recovery needs. We take into account many components of your lifestyle and can create exercise programs for seniors, adults, and young adults. Using digital images, videos and detailed instructions, they are easy to understand and can make an excellent home exercise program.

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Products
Practitioner showing patient custom orthotics for shoes

Orthotics and Orthopaedic Products

For many people, orthotics and orthopedic products are an integral part of their physical health journey.

Our Orthotics and Bracing team at HealthOne is dedicated to providing accurate assessments and measurements so we can fit you with the perfect product for your needs. 

Orthopedic devices, such as custom orthotics and braces, can help with a variety of conditions and injuries. Our rehab team often prescribes them along with treatments such as physiotherapy, massage therapy, and chiropractic treatment. 

Complimentary Meet & Greet Consults

Book a Meet and Greet to start your journey to improved health today! 

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Conditions, Injuries & Rehabilitation

Care & Rehabilitation

Pre/Post-Natal Care
Post-Surgical Rehabilitation
Balance Related Disorders
Geriatric Care
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Work Injuries
Pre and Post-Operative Care
Vestibular Rehabilitation
Sports Injuries

General Physical Health & Wellbeing

Acute or Chronic Conditions
Strains and Sprains – Muscles and Ligaments
Lymphatic drainage – Lymphodemia
Weakness or Instability
Pain, Swelling, Inflammation
Tendon or Ligament Issues Tendonitis and Tendinosis
Blood Flow and Circulation – Varicose Veins, Spider veins, Venous Insufficiency
Degeneration – Joints and Discs
Frozen or Restricted Joints – Decreased Range of Motion
Calcific Tendons, Tears & Ruptures; Pre and Post-Operative Repair
Arthritis – Osteophytes, Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis, degeneration
Nerve Impingement
Muscle and Joint Weakness and Instability

Head, Neck & Upper Body

Concussion
TMJ Pain
Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist and Thumb Tendonitis
Tennis/Golfers Elbow
Headaches
Vertigo and Balance
Rotator Cuff Injuries/Impingement
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Nerve Impingement
Tendon Injuries
Whiplash-Related Injuries

Lower Body & Feet

Lower Back, Hips, Pelvis/Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction, Degeneration, Instability, Ligament Injuries
Disc, Joint and Vertebrae – Injuries, Degeneration, Herniation, Bulges, Nerve Impingement
Sciatica – Nerve Impingement

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I determine what my insurance coverage is?

To figure out how much insurance coverage you have, please contact our Patient Care Coordinator. Our clinic provides free coverage checks for most insurance plans that cover health and dental benefits. This way, you can learn how much coverage you can apply to your treatment costs. Contact us at 647-925-6004 or email [email protected] to speak with us. 

Yes, we’re pleased to provide direct billing for many insurance plans. We invite you to contact our Patient Care Coordinator who can help you learn more about your options. You can reach us at [email protected] 

Do you provide direct billing?

Yes, we’re pleased to provide direct billing for many insurance plans. We invite you to contact our Patient Care Coordinator who can help you learn more about your options. You can reach us at  [email protected].

How often do I need to come for treatment?

The frequency will depend on your unique care needs. At HealthOne, we focus on managing and reducing your symptoms as effectively as possible. If you are experiencing pain, swelling, or inflammation, it can take anywhere from 4-12 weeks to fully recover. Acute symptoms can take from 4-6 weeks and chronic symptoms can take anywhere from 8-12 weeks; however, this is unique to each individual. At a minimum, you can expect to come in for one session a week for the first 4-6 weeks plus a progress evaluation to see if any modifications are necessary for your treatment plan. 

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