Contemporary Acupuncture practitioners are conventional health professionals with a special skill. They design your acupuncture treatments based on a thorough evaluation of your neurofunction. They select specific goals based on the most important physiological functions
Adverse effects of acupuncture are rare, the most common being minor bruising or minimal bleeding (about 0.3% in 1000 treatments). Mild drowsiness and/or a sense of euphoria may occur after treatments, so you should keep
Contemporary Acupuncture practitioners use a painless insertion technique, with a two hand contact, providing comfort and control at all times. Modern acupuncture needles are very thin, sterile, and single use. They are solid with a
24 hours notice is required for a cancellation. Cancellations with less than 24 hours notice and no shows/missed appointments are subject to the full appointment fee. Saturdays – 48 hours notice required for cancellation.
If your policy allows direct billing, then yes! We can bill insurance directly for most services, but not for osteopathy or products. We are unable to coordinate benefits between multiple insurance companies. Please inquire about
Treatments are not covered by OHIP. An invoice will be provided to submit to your extended health insurance plan. All of our therapists are registered. We are unable to directly bill WSIB or ODSP. Patients
There is a lot of overlap between physiotherapy and chiropractic, the only difference being that chiropractic can also include joint manipulations (adjustments) if needed. Most people think of physiotherapy as more for muscles and soft