Support You Need, When You Need It Most
If you have been in a motor vehicle accident, you may feel the effects for a long time. Pain associated with a collision is common but does not have to be a permanent addition to your life.
Whiplash associated disorders (WAD) are common occurrences as a result of a vehicle accident. WAD is often used interchangeably with whiplash, although whiplash technically refers to the injury itself rather than sustained symptoms.
After your accident, seeking treatment as soon as possible is imperative to minimizing lasting effects and chronic pain. Treating problems in their acute phases can help you find relief and prevent prolonged and debilitating symptoms.
On your first visit, you will be met by our friendly support staff who will help you with filling out forms, answer any questions and help with anything else you need. You will then meet with the practitioner to discuss your specific concerns and health history.
Assessment & Recommendation for Care
Your practitioner will discuss your specific needs, present your options, suggest a treatment plan, and discuss the benefits and any risks associated with the recommended treatment. Treatment plans are specific to each patient.
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Coverage & Direct Billing
Majority of the Canadian Health Insurance providers reimburse partial or all the fees for Physiotherapy, Chiropractic, Massage, Psychological support, and other rehabilitation services we provide.
Our Clinic Assistants can help you confirm your coverage
Q. WHAT SERVICE DO I NEED?
You can book either chiropractic or physiotherapy services for your WCB or motor vehicle accident injury depending on what you may need done. If you are not sure which service you need, we would be happy to assess you and make a recommendation based on our findings.
Q. SHOULD I GET MENTAL THERAPY AS WELL?
If you find you are having a hard time accepting your situation or dealing with the outcome of your accident, we have psychological support services that can help you adjust.
Q. DO I NEED A DOCTOR'S REFERRAL?
We want our services to be accessible to all, so you do not need a doctor’s referral to access treatment.
Q. HOW OFTEN WILL I NEED THERAPY?
Your treatment plan may involve several different types of therapy, but your therapist or doctor will discuss it with you during your consultation. The frequency required will depend on your injuries and treatment plan.
Q. WILL I BE ABLE TO RECOVER FULLY FROM MY INJURIES?
It depends on the accident and the injuries you sustained. Most patients recover from muscle strains and tears, especially with the added benefit of physical therapy.