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Hands-on Chiropractic Care Services in North York, Toronto

Chiropractic Treatments in Don Mills

Don Mills ChiropractorChiropractic treatments are available at Physiomobility located at CF Shops at Don Mills and North York. Don’t suffer from acute or chronic back pain, neck pain, or headaches, consider chiropractic care. Physiomobility’s chiropractors use a non-invasive and natural approach to pain relief. Combined with therapeutic exercises and soft tissue release, chiropractic care is a scientific and proven treatment option not only for neck and back pain conditions but for sports injuries as well as work and car accident related injuries.

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What conditions Are Treated by a Chiropractor?

Chiropractors on Physiomobility team treat common conditions such as joint, muscle, and nerve pain conditions and pain related to injuries sustained in a car accident, sports activity or at work. Our chiropractors treat pregnancy related pain condiitons as well as assisting new mothers to get back to their activity and care for their baby. Our chiropractors in Don Mills and North York work closely with our physiotherapists, exercise therapists, massage therapists and exercise specialists to deliver a treatment plan that will most quickly and effectively relieve your pain.

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What does a chiropractor do?

Chiropractor North YorkAt Physiomobility, we take a holistic approach to patient care. We work hard to help our patients understand their bodies and what causes them pain. Unlike medications and surgery, chiropractic treatment does not cause any side effects or carry unreasonable costs. Instead, our chiropractors focus on overall health and consistent improvement to relieve pain. Although chiropractors are known experts for neck and back pain, they commonly treat many other orthopedic conditions or injuries. Treatment for conditions sustained in a car accident, workplace-related injuries and sports injuries are commonly treated by Physiomobility’s chiropractic team. We have a family chiropractor on our team who is an expert in treating pain conditions related to pregnancy and childbirth.

Our chiropractic treatment sessions are booked for 20-30 minutes of one-on-one time in a private treatment room. Your chiropractic treatment session is complemented by an exercise program monitored by one of our exercise therapists.

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What treatment techniques are used by chiropractors?

Physiomobility’s chiropractors use a comprehensive system to diagnose and treat all our patients. In addition to spinal mobilization and chiropractic adjustments, our chiropractors use other treatment modalities to complement their treatment:

  • Active Release Techniques (ART®)
  • Joint mobilization
  • Postural evaluation
  • Education
  • Maintenance exercises
  • Manual therapy techniques
  • Acupuncture
  • Shock Wave Therapy

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Can Chiropractors fix pain?

Hands-on Chiropractic Care ServiceChiropractors treat pain by using manual techniques to mobilize joints, work on muscles and other tissues and then assist patient with an exercise program. Chiropractic adjustments are very effective treatment techniques for acute and chronic joint pain. In addition, chiropractors use their expertise to treat problems with muscles, ligaments, tendons, nerves, and fascia. They use state-of-the-art manual therapy technique to help reduce pain in patients who have overused muscles. ART®, Graston and Myofascial release are commonly used by chiropractors and are used to relieve pain immediately. With several treatments, chiropractic treatment can permanently relieve pain and improve the quality of life. A monthly chiropractic treatment program is highly effective in preventing injuries.

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Does a Chiropractor use acupuncture for treatment?

Chiropractors commonly combine acupuncture treatment with their manual treatments and exercise therapy to treat pain conditions. Physiomobility’s chiropractors have additional training in medical acupuncture and treat conditions within the scope of chiropractic care with acupuncture when indicated.

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Do Chiropractors treat neck pain & headache?

Chiropractic Treatments Neck pain & headache are among the most common condiitons treated by our chiropractors. Neck pain and headache can be as the result of joint and muscle impairments, postural misalignments and muscle weakness. Patients who suffer whiplash injuries in a car accident or during falls and sports injuries, will experience neck pain and headache. Chiropractors use a combination of manual therapy, joint mobilization or chiropractic adjustments to improve joint movement. The manual treatments are complemented by exercise programs to maintain the benefits of the chiropractic care.

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Do Chiropractors treat back pain?

Back pain is the most common condition treated by chiropractors. 80% of people will experience lower back pain at some time during their life. Majority of lower back pain is mild to moderate and is classified as mechanical back pain. Mechanical back pain is well managed by chiropractic care and exercise therapy. Chiropractors treat back pain originating from injuries and accidents as well.

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Do Chiropractors treat work or car accident related injuries?

Car accidents (MVA) or injuries sustained at workplace are amongst the most frequently treated conditions by chiropractors. Usually a combination of manual therapy, pain management modalities and exercise therapy is employed by chiropractors.

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Do Chiropractors treat sports injuries?

Spinal joints, shoulder, knee and ankle joint injuries are common sports injuries. In addition, tendons and ligaments can be injured during sport activities or with overuse. Chiropractors use manual therapy and exercise to treat these conditions. They also use Shock Wave Therapy, Acupuncture or Ultrasound to treat inflammation and pain.

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Does insurance cover chiropractic care?

Chiropractic treatments are covered by Employee Health Plans, MVA (Car accident insurance), and WSIB (Workplace insurance). There is no OHIP coverage for chiropractic care.

At Physiomobility, our seniors enjoy a discounted seniors’ rate.

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FAQ

  1. What ailments do chiropractors handle?

    Back, neck, headache, joint, and muscle sprain conditions are among those that chiropractors frequently treat. Additionally, they offer treatment for strains brought on by repetitive motion, sports, and accidents. For a variety of musculoskeletal issues, chiropractic care can be helpful.

  2. What does chiropractic care entail?

    The diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders, especially those affecting the spine, are the primary goals of chiropractic care, a field of medicine. Chiropractors use manual adjustment techniques to correct spinal and other joint misalignments and enhance general health and well-being.

  3. What health issues do chiropractors address?

    Back pain, neck pain, headaches, joint pain, and muscle strains are among the many ailments that chiropractors frequently treat. They also treat injuries brought on by sports, accidents, and repetitive stress. Numerous musculoskeletal issues can benefit from chiropractic treatment.

  4. How is chiropractic care administered?

    To correct misalignments in the spine or joints, chiropractors use manual manipulation techniques, which are frequently referred to as adjustments. With the aid of controlled force, the affected area is adjusted in order to restore proper alignment, lessen discomfort, and enhance function. To aid in the healing process, chiropractors may also employ other therapies like soft tissue manipulation, exercise, and lifestyle counseling.

  5. Is chiropractic care secure?

    Chiropractic care, when administered by a qualified and licenced chiropractor, is generally regarded as safe and efficient. However, there could be risks and side effects, just like with any medical procedure. Following an adjustment, these can include momentary stiffness, soreness, or mild discomfort. Before beginning treatment, it’s crucial to be open with your chiropractor about any worries or underlying conditions.

  6. A chiropractic session lasts how long?

    A chiropractic session’s length can vary based on the patient and the nature of the condition being treated. An initial consultation typically lasts between 45 and an hour. The duration of subsequent therapy sessions is typically between 15 and 30 minutes, though it can vary depending on the chosen course of treatment.

George Theofanidis
George Theofanidis
2023-12-19
We would like to thank Melissa Tan for all the great work and dedication she gave our son George T for recovering from his concussion
Umair Ali
Umair Ali
2023-12-15
Cristen was absolutely amazing. I aim to book another session right away.
Leah
Leah
2023-12-01
i should have done this months and from the very first time i met Roanne. she is an amazing massage therapist, great personality and super strong (super cyan). she does what u requests from her re:massage with a smile. she always asks how you feel in between and after massages, which i think is so professional and deep care for clients - ensuring she delivered a quality of massage a clients is looking for. Kudos to you!!!
Moayad Malik
Moayad Malik
2023-11-29
Kanako is a great physio who provides quality care and works around your schedule to provide top quality care. Doing mobile physiotherapy is great for fitting into your schedule and kanako is super knowledgeable and creates highly individualized treatment plans to help you take back control of your health.
Diana Velez
Diana Velez
2023-11-24
Thank you Kanako for relieving me from my back pain and ongoing shoulder injury. Physiotherapy really has made a difference, along with deep massage tissue with Colleen I can finally be able to achieve my day to day activities with less pain. Shoulder injuries are a long recovery, the support and advice from the staff members are incredibly helpful. I have recommended this clinic to my friends and work colleagues who are looking for excellent customer service and professionalism.
Ethel Macatangay
Ethel Macatangay
2023-11-23
Michaela is our physiotherapist. She is very attentive, knowledgable, and is getting my 81 year old Father back to his baseline mobility level. She motivates my Father. He will be stable and walking again in no time! Thank you Michaela!
Pat Vafiades
Pat Vafiades
2023-11-09
Excellent first physiotherapy assessment and treatment for my head and neck tension and pain. On time, very thorough, explained everything as we went along. Thanks to Melissa!

 

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