All of our practitioners undergo constant professional development to always be abreast of the latest techniques. Our facilities are regularly serviced and updated in accordance with the requirements of our clients, and the modern treatment methods we employ.
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Natural therapies such as Physiotherapy, Podiatry, Remedial Massage, Dietetics and Psychology are safe and drug-free alternatives for health and wellbeing. Healthy body, healthy mind, healthy life…
Toronto Health is an exciting new Allied Health Centre in the heart of Toronto. It’s a one stop shop for all your Physiotherapy, Psychology, Podiatry, Dietetic and Massage needs. All of our practitioners pride ourselves on providing the best possible care for our patients, so come down and see us at Toronto Health!
Whether you have injured yourself while working out in the health club, doing normal activities at home, at work or on the sporting field, one of our Toronto Health professional Physiotherapists will help you recover with a speedy, uncomplicated treatment to get you back to your normal activities quickly.
Psychology is an academic and applied discipline that involves the scientific study of mental functions and behaviours. We provide specialised psychological assessment and treatment for children, adolescents, families and adults presenting with a wide range of difficulties.
Our Accredited Practising Dietitians have the qualifications and skills to provide expert nutrition and dietary advice and needs on specific nutritional management of many health conditions. They have the ability and experience to translate scientific nutrition information into personalised,
Remedial Massage Provides healing treatment which can be gentle, strong, deep or shallow. It helps to improve circulation by stimulating blood supply also relaxes the muscles which will help to improve joint mobility. Remedial Massage is usually done to return the body’s condition to normal health after injury.
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