Total Care Chiropractic & Rehab is a team of medical professionals providing interdisciplinary care for the treatment of injuries and pain in a warm and compassionate environment.
We assess and treat each patient individually because one size does not fit all. The professionals that we have under our roof are the following:
- Registered Massage Therapists
As a group, these practitioners provide a variety of services including but not limited to the following listed below. There is more information about each of these services on a designated linked page.
Chiropractic care means treatment with a chiropractor, who may or may not use specific tools on your body depending on the case at hand.
For more information visit our Chiropractic page.
Physiotherapy means care from a licensed physiotherapist. The physiotherapist has lots of arrows in his or her quiver to help you to improve or regain motion.
For more information visit our Physiotherapy page.
Massage Therapy is soft tissue manipulation performed by Registered Massage Therapists for the treatment of soft tissue and muscular issues to relieve pain or increase range of motion.
For more information visit our Massage Therapy page.
Laser Therapy is relatively new. However there is excellent peer-reviewed data showing that LLLT or (cold) Low-Level Laser Therapy is effective and painless.
For more information visit our Laser Therapy page.
Active Rehab or Rehabilitation
Active Rehab is the term used by kinesiologists for restoring mobility and health to a wide variety of injuries.
For more information visit our Active Rehab page.
Orthotics are the custom supports used typically in shoes to relieve foot, ankle, and hip pain while walking and standing. They are custom-fitted based on a complete assessment of your individual problem.
For more information visit our Orthotics page.
IMS stands for intramuscular stimulation, a relatively new protocol designed to relieve pain and inflammation in muscles and soft tissue with dry needling. This is not acupuncture, but has similar origins.
For more information visit our IMS page.