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HealthOne Toronto

110 Harbour St. Toronto, M5J 0B7


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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.
Mariana Ravazolli Martins
September 28th 2022
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HealthOne Toronto is my go-to massage clinic! All the therapists are very professional and skilled, but DeShantee is my favorite! Relaxing environment and friendly front-desk team too!

Why Visit Us

Our goal is to help patients recover as quickly as possible

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Physiotherapy is a hands-on, patient-centered approach to healthcare that promotes the recovery of your injury, illness, or disability. Our HealthOne physiotherapists can help you manage pain, prevent injury, and restore function and mobility.
HealthOne’s physiotherapists combine their extensive knowledge of how the body functions with specialized clinical skills to assess, diagnose, and treat your specific condition. They offer some of the best physiotherapy in downtown Toronto and encourage you to become an active participant in your recovery. Our physiotherapists will develop an individualized treatment plan for your unique needs.

Physiotherapy is a scientific treatment method that can restore your movement and functional ability to the fullest. Our physiotherapists are highly experienced in providing one on one, hands-on treatment, and specialize in managing sports and repetitive strain injuries.
Experienced physiotherapist treating a patient with an injury
Chiropractor doctor assessing spine of a patient


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 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, our chiropractors will complete a thorough assessment and work with you to develop a treatment plan to restore your functionality and promote optimal physical health. If you need one of the best chiropractors in downtown Toronto, our team is a top-quality choice to treat your concerns.

Massage Therapist

Massage therapy is a hands-on treatment approach performed on the soft tissues of the body for the purpose of optimizing health. It is most often used to alleviate and prevent discomfort in the muscles, connective tissue, tendons, ligaments, and joints.
At HealthOne, our registered massage therapists are highly trained and experienced in treating soft tissue related pain and injuries including tension headaches, low back pain, muscle strains, postural pain, and pregnancy related pain. We provide some of the most effective and professional massage therapy in downtown Toronto. Our team will work with you to develop an appropriate and beneficial treatment plan for your primary concerns.

Massage therapy has a therapeutic effect on the body and improves your general health by acting on the muscular, nervous, and circulatory systems. Our team offers a wide variety of styles and techniques that can improve circulation, reduce headaches, help manage anxiety, improve mobility, and promote better quality sleep.
Registered massage therapist therapeutic massage
Osteopathic treatment performed for neck pain


Osteopathy is a hands-on, non-invasive manual therapy that aims to improve health across all systems in the body. Osteopaths consider the body as a whole, which means they focus on the root cause of symptoms a patient is experiencing.
Osteopathy can help patients of all ages (including babies, children, adults, pregnant women, athletes, and seniors) and encompasses the treatment of acute (short-term) and chronic (long-term) conditions, as well as illness and injury prevention.

Common conditions treated with osteopathy include back, neck, shoulder, and joint pain; sciatica and carpal tunnel syndrome; GIT disturbances (ex. IBS, constipation); menstrual pain and irregularity; stress-induced health problems; various neurological and auto-immune conditions; TMJ jaw pain; and pregnancy and infant care (ex. lumbar pain, postpartum).

At HealthOne, our osteopaths take a unique approach with every patient and use a variety of techniques and treatment methods to address the restrictions and imbalances in the body.



Kinesiology is the scientific study of human movement and exercise. Kinesiologists examine and identify how the human body moves and develop treatment plans to help it function better.

At HealthOne, our Kinesiologists are highly trained in functional movement, performance and gait analysis. They can assess and recommend orthopedic products and rehab treatments to optimize your physical well-being.

Our Kinesiologists are experienced and knowledgeable in promoting healthy lifestyles, reducing your risk of injury, and enhancing your overall quality of life. They work alongside our team of psychotherapists, chiropractors and massage therapists to provide active care programs that can increase and maintain physical improvements.
Kinesiologist assessing a patient with injury
Sports medicine doctor conducting assessment

Sports Medicine

Sports Medicine specializes in evaluating and diagnosing injuries related to sports and is done by a doctor highly experienced working in musculoskeletal medicine.
Doctors trained in Sports Medicine are knowledgeable in working with sports injuries across all ages and activity levels. You may benefit from seeing HealthOne’s Sports Medicine Doctor if you have concerns or questions pertaining to your body’s function and its impact on any physical activity you take part in.
Specialized Services

Injections prepared from the patient’s blood that stimulate and speed up the natural repair process of the body.

Local cortisone injections typically used to treat orthopedic conditions such as arthritis, tendinopathies, and bursitis. The injection can reduce inflammation around the injured tissues.

Injections of a hyaluronic acid solution typically used as a fast and effective treatment for osteoarthritis. The injection can increase the cushioning and lubrication of osteoarthritic synovial, or joint, fluid.


Shock Wave Therapy

Shock Wave Therapy is a treatment used on soft tissue that is injured, inflamed, scarred or contains adhesions.

It involves applying high-energy acoustic pulses which are transmitted directly into the tissue of the affected area on the body. A shockwave is a physically generated sound wave that occurs when an object reaches the speed of sound.

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, any shockwave therapy side effects such as bruising or swelling after treatment will be minimal.

Laser Therapy

Laser Therapy is a non-invasive treatment that reduces pain by improving circulation to deep and superficial tissues.
Laser light can be tuned to specific wavelengths which makes it an effective medical procedure for reducing inflammation, alleviating pain and enhancing tissue repair. Cold laser therapy can also be used for tissue repair and pain relief, but does not have a heating effect on the body’s tissue due to using lower levels of light.

At HealthOne, laser therapy can be administered by your rehabilitation provider as effective technique to improve your condition.
Acupuncture needles inserted into patient with back pain


Acupuncture is a treatment rooted in Chinese Medicine that involves inserting very fine, sterile needles into the body.

It’s believed one can realign an unbalanced energy and promote natural healing with acupuncture, and today, Western medicine has recognized its effectiveness in pain relief and injury recovery. Many rehabilitation providers have adopted it as a treatment modality to further help their patients, and we are proud to provide to be providing acupuncture and active-release therapy in Toronto. At HealthOne, our physiotherapists and massage therapists are highly trained in the application of acupuncture.

Ultrasound Therapy

Ultrasound therapy is an effective therapeutic treatment option for healing tissues in the body. It has been shown that ultrasound can speed up the healing process for injured tissues while also improving the quality of tissue repair.
For tissues that are compromised or inhibited while healing, therapeutic ultrasound can greatly improve the process. In situations where the tissue is healing ‘normally’, ultrasound will effectively speed up the healing process so the tissue can reach its final state in a shorter amount of time.

Based on your unique needs, your Rehab practitioner can determine if Ultrasound therapy would be a suitable treatment option and the ways in which it could be used.

IFC/TENS Therapy

Interferential Current Therapy uses high frequency signals to accelerate the self-healing process of your muscle tissues. It is an effective way to experience pain relief and get your body back to feeling healthy again.
During IFC, your practitioner will place electrodes on the skin of the area where you have an injury. Next, the Interferential Current device will transmit small amounts of electric impulses through your skin to stimulate the nerves and tissues. This form of therapy helps stimulate endorphins which have a pain-reducing effect, and also helps the body self-heal. In addition, IFC can be used to help reduce pain, inflammation, swelling and spasms.

Active Release Therapy

Active Release Therapy is a form of manual therapy designed to relieve tension found in the soft tissues of the body. If left untreated, repetitive tissue use and overload can lead to weak muscles, numbness, aching, tingling, and burning.
ART is an effective way to remove fibrosis and adhesions found in the soft tissues which often result from strain injuries, cumulative trauma injuries and constant pressure tension lesions. During treatment, you will be instructed to move the body part where the injury site is located in specific ways while your practitioner applies targeted compression and pressure.

Body Composition Analysis

Using our professional body scanning device, our team will evaluate your weight, body composition (body water, protein, bone density, and fat mass), hydration, and blood pressure.
This report can be used to take measures to improve health and achieve your fitness goals. It is commonly used to track progress towards your goals over time.

Many of our clients are interested in understanding their body composition, beyond the typical BMI (body mass index) score. Our team will provide you a professional print-out of your assessment for you to take home and more importantly review results and help you understand the actions to come next.