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Adjustments help relieve pain and restore normal functioning to the spine, joints and supporting structures of the body.

What Is Chiropractic?

Approximately 4.5 million Canadians visit a chiropractor each year. As Doctors of chiropractic, our professional services include diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and prevention of muscle and joint injuries.

Chiropractors are specialists in manual adjustment of the vertebrae of the spine and other joints. Chiropractors are also trained to prescribe therapeutic exercise, nutritional counselling, and recommend rehabilitation and injury prevention strategies.

When Should I See A Chiropractor?

Eight out of ten Canadians will experience back pain at some point in their life, For many people, the pain can keep them away from work, school or even their day-to-day activities. If pain causes interruptions and restrictions in the activities of your daily life then you should consult a chiropractor.

What Is An Adjustment?

Adjustment loosens the joint to restore proper movement and optimize function. When a joint is adjusted, a gas bubble escapes causing the popping noise you may hear.

What is a chiropractic treatment like at FLOW?

The chiropractors at FLOW create individualized treatment plans based on the physical needs and personal preferences and goals of the patient. Manual therapy may include: soft tissue therapy, joint manipulation/mobilizations, acupuncture, and instrument-assisted soft tissue techniques such as Graston. Our chiropractors may also prepare an individualized rehabilitation exercise program to help to relieve pain, help prevent future episodes, and improve performance.


Contemporary Medical Acupuncture is a precise peripheral nerve stimulation technique. Fine, solid needles are inserted into neurofunctional sites, and stimulated for the therapeutic purpose of modulating abnormal activity of the nervous system and musculoskeletal system. 

What Is Contemporary Medical Acupuncture?

Contemporary Medical Acupuncture is a precise peripheral nerve stimulation technique. Fine, solid needles are inserted into neurofunctional sites, and stimulated for the therapeutic purpose of modulating abnormal activity of the nervous system and/or the endocrine, exocrine and immune systems, in pain syndromes, functional problems and more.

What Is Dry Needling?

Dry needling, a technique used to treat myofascial pain, uses acupuncture needles, which are inserted through the skin into the trigger points. The goal of treatment is to release or inactivate the trigger points to improve range of motion or relieve pain.

physiotherapy / Sports injury rehab

We focus on patient-centred care, emphasizing one-on-one, hands-on treatment with a focus on attention and education with Registered Physiotherapists.

What Is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is a treatment method that focuses on the science of movement. Physiotherapy involves rehabilitation, injury prevention and health promotion. It employs a holistic approach to treatment, looking at the patient’s lifestyle and engaging them in their own treatment.

What Type Of Treatments Are Available?

Manual Therapy
Myofascial Release Technique
Sports Massage
Graston Technique
Therapeutic Exercise
Physical Rehabilitation
Functional Retraining
Work Ergonomics
Education & Coaching

Do I Need A Doctor's Referral For Physiotherapy?

You do not require a doctor’s referral to be treated by a physiotherapist. However, if you have an extended health care plan, your insurer may require a doctor’s referral in order to reimburse you for the physiotherapy treatment.

registered massage therapy (RMT)

Relax, reduce stress, decrease pain and inflammation, improve mobility and circulation with registered massage therapy.

What Is Massage Therapy?

Massage therapy can help relaxation and stress reduction, decrease pain and inflammation, improve mobility and increase circulation of blood and lymph. Massage therapy is a hands-on technique that treats the soft tissue.

Are Your Massage Therapists Registered?

All FLOW Health & Performance Massage Therapists are registered (RMTs). Your receipt includes the registration number for insurance purposes.

How Long Do Massage Treatments Last?

Choose from 30 min, 45 min, 60 min and 90 min massage therapy appointments at FLOW.

Concussion Management

At FLOW, we offer the best in research-proven concussion treatments and rehabilitation through Complete Concussion Management™.

What Is Complete Concussion Management™?

Complete Concussion Management™ is a concussion research group designed to educate healthcare practitioners on cutting-edge concussion therapies and management strategies based on the most current medical research. This allows us to provide the highest quality of concussion treatment and follow-up outside of professional sports.

Certified Complete Concussion Management™ practitioners are continuously updated on current research and treatments.

What Does FLOW Offer For Concussion Management?

● Complete Concussion Management including the most comprehensive baseline testing
● Post-injury diagnosis and injury management
● Concussion rehabilitation (Post-Concussion Syndrome)

Custom Orthotics

Custom-made orthotics provide support, improve the function of your feet and can help to reduce or relieve pain.

Who Needs Custom Orthotics?

Those with symptoms of poor foot mechanics should look into custom orthotics.

Symptoms can include:
Localized foot pain
Bunions or hammertoes
Arch pain
Heel pain
Leg pain
Knee pain
Hip pain
Back pain
.. and ever neck pain!

FLOW may prescribe custom orthotics to patients for:
● Sports performance
● Flat or high arch feet
● Plantar fasciitis
● Bunions, calluses and corns from poorly fit shoes
● Ankle conditions
● Knee conditions
● Hip conditions
● Low back conditions
● Diabetic feet

How Does FLOW Help WIth Custom Orthotics?

FLOW Health & Performance can prescribe custom orthotics to help correct your specific foot and body imbalance.

Let’s discuss any nagging foot, leg, or back problems.


Hands-on treatment by a certified ART® practitioner to treat soft-tissue utilizing the Active Release Technique. The Gold Standard In Soft-Tissue Care since ’84

What Is ART®?

ART® facilitates world-class soft-tissue and nerve care based on non-invasive diagnostic and treatment methods.

Injured or hurting? Don’t endure countless medical visits with minimal improvement, take on expensive and risky invasive procedures, or settle for “just living with” the pain. Integrate ART® into your care routine.

How Does ART® Work?

FLOW’s ART® rehabilitation practitioners locate the scar tissue structures and use thumbs or fingers to place tension on the muscle while the patient actively moves that body part to stretch the muscle and break up the scar tissue.

How Do You Injure Soft-Tissue?

In order for a muscle, ligament and/or nerve to function, it must be supplied oxygen, via the circulatory system (blood). Repetitive tasks, poor posture and endurance activities can all cause tissue to remain in a tightened or stressed position for a prolonged period of time. This causes the blood supply to that tissue becomes compromised, decreasing oxygen to the area resulting in “tissue hypoxia.”

Tissue hypoxia results in the body replacing the tissue, with tissue that does not require as much oxygen to function; known as “Scar tissue.” Scar tissue causes poor muscle contraction, decrease range of motion, tissue friction and nerve irritation.

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