Tranquil Therapeutic Solutions combines the unique approaches of various healthcare professionals, including a chiropractor, a physiotherapist, a naturopathic doctor, a Jedi knight, and several registered massage therapists. Patients come in for personalized services ranging from chiropractic adjustments to hot-stone massages to holistic nutrition consultations. The sleek wellness centre is festooned with Asian-inspired decor such as Buddha statues and bamboo shoots planted in pebbles.
For more than 20 years, the Phoenix Fitness team has been building unique relationships at the gym, and the results of those strong bonds are apparent in the success of Phoenix Fitness members. The facility offers a diverse roster of group fitness classes that run the gamut from Hatha yoga to challenging boot camp and CrossFit classes. But the team’s devotion to member health doesn’t stop there. Personal training and nutrition services work in tandem with exercise to help members internalize healthy habits for life. To help with sports or other injuries, the facility also offers active therapies such as chiropractic care and clinical conditioning.
Because it's held at Dynamic Training & Rehabilitation's Burlington facility, B-Town Bootcamp keeps its classes in close proximity to personal trainers, alternative health practitioners, and physical therapists. The certified trainers lead exercisers during the high-intensity group boot camps, and through custom routines during one-on-one sessions. A team of alternative-medicine practitioners, including chiropractors, acupuncturists, and massage therapists, act as sherpas on journeys toward health. The staff also works to rehabilitate injuries with physical-therapy sessions aimed at preventing future problems and uncovering the root causes of knees' recurring nightmares.
The registered massage therapists of Progressive Sports Medicine have worked with numerous athletes from the NHL, AHL, CFL, and NLL, but athletes aren't their only clients. They also treat individuals who have undergone repetitive strain injuries, back pains, and headaches, which the clients perhaps received by working in office jobs or straining too much to lick jam off their elbows.
The clinic's team—which includes chiropractors, a sports physician, and a physiotherapist in addition to massage and athletic therapists—doesn’t just address injuries that have already occurred. They also attempt to prevent these injuries from happening in the first place, in both sports and everyday life. They work with individuals to identify issues in workout regimens or lifestyles and to head the issues off with massage therapy, custom orthotics, conditioning, and acupuncture.
Formerly a professional in the hospitality industry, Tricia Batliwalla founded Light Side Up as a way to guide others toward self-awareness and a better life outlook through hypnosis. Her journey has led her to seven countries throughout North America, Europe, and Asia, and toward an accreditation from the National Guild of Hypnotists Canada. She draws from all this experience each day in her office, where she eases clients into her process with a private consultation and, if needed, games of telepathic patty-cake. As she works with clients to reveal their needs, she may complement hypnosis with other therapies. In each session, she lulls clients into a deep state of relaxation and plants suggestions aimed at helping them overcome the root of issues such as addictions, hidden phobias, and damaged relationships.
The bright green fronds of synthetic palm trees shine in the lights outside Oasis Rehab Clinic, reflecting its nature as a sanctuary from life's unexpected stressors. Versed in several languages—including English, Polish, Ukranian, and Arabic—the staff of male and female therapists specializes in injury rehabilitation and prevention, helping visitors recover from car accidents or stagecoach derailments through a variety of massage and physiotherapy services. The centre also contains unique spa treatments such as a room with salt-infused air and a traditional Turkish bath.