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Body, Mind & Spirit
“I have been seeing Teresa for a few months. I went to her to treat my allergies as I do not like to take allergy pills. The result were immediate!! During a time when I am normally suffering 24 hours a day, I have been virtually allergy free. In addition, I am feeling better each week that goes by, with more energy, better digestion, less tension, decreased back pain and a general feeling of being “balanced”. I highly recommend Teresa to anyone thinking about acupuncture- you will surely be grateful you tried it!!”
– Melanie -HR
The Canadian Athletic Therapist Association (CATA) is an organization devoted to the health care of the physically active individual. A Certified Athletic Therapist must have fulfilled the academic, and practical requirements as outlined in the document entitled “Procedures for Certification”. Certified members have successfully completed a comprehensive theory exam, and a subsequent oral/practical exam developed and administered by the certification board of the CATA.
For conditions such as low back pain, chiropractic is currently the primary method of treatment. For other conditions, chiropractic supports treatment by relieving the neuromusculoskeletal aspects associated with the condition.
Naturopathic & IV Lounge
“Dr Van Gaver is not only tireless in finding innovative ways to improve your health but he cares a lot about his patients and this is clearly expressed in his practice. He has great energy and is willing to go the extra mile for you. I am a patient from England, and found that Dr Van Gaver always made himself available, for any of my concerns, during my extended stay to receive treatment at his practice.”
Registered Massage Therapy
“Toby has been my massage therapist as I prepared for several endurance sport events. In addition to treating specific areas of my body where I experienced aches and soreness from training, Toby also recommended exercises for me to maintain body flexibility and to prevent injury. As a result, I was able to recover well from my workouts and to cope with the demand of progressively higher training intensity and volume…”