The Doctor of Chiropractic is a neuromusculoskeletal specialist, who works directly with the nerves, bones, muscles and joints of the body. These are the essential parts of the body that control your posture and your ability to move. When these parts of your body do not function well or are injured, they present as common conditions like: neck and back pain, headaches, numbness and tingling, poor sleep. Chiropractic care is a drug-free, non-invasive approach to treating common musculoskeletal conditions, and complications arising from treatment are rare.
There have been many controlled and independent research studies that have repeatedly shown that chiropractic care is safe and effective for treating low back pain, neck pain, headaches and other conditions relating to the musculoskeletal system. Chiropractors assess and treat patients with disorders related to the spine, extremities, and pelvis and their effects on the nervous system. Chiropractors specialize in treating all regions of the body, including shoulders, knees, ankles and wrists.
Chiropractors can treat dysfunctions of the musculoskeletal system with techniques such as joint manipulation, or adjustments (to help decrease pain and increase mobility), soft tissue techniques (to decrease scar tissue, and restore function), as well as prescribing strengthening, stretching and rehabilitation exercises to help restore function. Chiropractors can also give you strategies to help prevent future injuries, such as prescribing core strengthening exercises to help stabilize your spine and strengthen your abdominal muscles. If the nervous system is functioning without interference, the entire body functions at its best.
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The scientific explanation of acupuncture relates to the stimulation of the nerves and neuro-hormonal reflexes. This stimulates the body to produce endorphins (a naturally occurring pain-relieving chemical) as well as the anti-inflammatory and healing response. It is a safe and effective treatment method and is commonly used as an adjunct to other therapies in clinical practice.
Acupuncture is effective in treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions, such as headaches, rotator cuff injuries, tennis/golfer’s elbow, sciatica, hip pain, osteoarthritis, and many sport injuries. Other common conditions, such as stress, fibromyalgia, anxiety, nausea, insomnia, induction of labour etc. have also been known to benefit from acupuncture.
Kinesio taping can be used to treat muscles, nerves, joints, pain, and swelling.
When applied properly, Kinesio Tape assisted in re-educating the neuromuscular system, reduce pain, optimize performance, prevent injury, and improve circulation and healing.
In addition, it stimulates the organ-related zones in the skin to further improve the function of inner organs, including liver, stomach, intestines, and kidneys. Cupping is also thought to increase immunity in a particular area, since the suction causes the release of a histamine-like substance in the skin, which stimulates the immune system.
Benefits can include:
- Increased blood circulation
- Acute and chronic soft tissue injury
- Stimulating to the lymphatic system (reducing edema/swelling)
- Removes congestion in joints & increased secretion of synovial fluid
- Stimulates parasympathetic system (reducing anxiety, fatigue, high blood pressure)
- Digestive problems such as stomach ache, abdominal pain, diarrhea, constipation
- Increases digestive secretions and enhances peristaltic (intestinal muscle contraction) movement on intestines
- Gynecological problems such as dysmenorrhea (painful menstruation)
- Lung problems such as cold, fever, cough, asthma
Cupping is the oldest and most globally practiced medical treatment in human history. Most cultures can produce historical evidence that some variation of cupping was used regularly in their medical histories. Cupping is an incredibly ancient and universal practice that spans both East and West, so talk to your practitioner about incorporating some cupping into your next treatment.
As a Health Coach, I support my clients to make step-by-step changes to their food and lifestyle, so that they permanently reach their goals. I support them to do so in a way that’s enjoyable and easily integrated into their lives.
If you are ready to make some real changes in your life and learn how to reach YOUR goals, I have a special invitation for you. I’d like to invite you to a free initial health consultation, where you’ll have the opportunity for undivided attention from someone who wants to support you to look and feel better!
This 30-minute confidential session, available in-person, allows you to:
• Identify your health goals and what you’ve always imagined for your life.
• Figure out what you truly want to accomplish long-term for yourself and maybe even your family
• Understand how you may be getting in your own way of reaching these goals.
• Learn how to have my support to permanently reach your goals by participating in one of my health coaching options
This session could very well be a turning point in your life. So, are you ready to make your goals a reality?
Your next step is to schedule your session. Please contact me at email@example.com or 403-912-5115 to reserve a spot in my schedule for the consultation.
Remember, this session is for you only if you are serious about making some lasting and positive changes in your life. I’d be honored to help you accomplish this.
Please let me know when you are available to focus on yourself and your goals. I very much look forward to hearing from you. My schedule tends to fill up quickly, so please let me know soon. In the meantime, feel free to visit my website at www.JodieCampbell.ca to learn more about how I can help.
The goal of osteopathic treatment is to heal and strengthen the body’s framework, while enhancing the nervous, circulatory and lymphatic systems within the body. It provides long term results for resilient pain and pain that may either be resistant to other modalities or medication.
A Manual Osteopathic practitioner offers an effective, safe and comprehensive treatment
for all ages and capacities! It takes a holistic approach towards client centered wellness and healing based on restoring the balance of structure and function within the body.
Osteopathy utilizes a variety of techniques during treatments such as soft tissue manipulation, osteopathic articular techniques, joint mobilization, cranial and visceral practices to provide comprehensive care. Effectively treating conditions such as:
- Chronic pain
- Temporal mandibular joint (TMJ) pain
- Sports injuries
- Back and neck pain
- Whiplash and accident related injuries
- Imbalances in bio-mechanics
- Digestive and menstrual issues
- Shoulder, knee, hip, ankle and elbow joint pain
- Carpal tunnel
- And more…
As a Registered Psychologist, one of my main objectives for therapy is to form strong working relationships with my clients so that we can work together to accomplish therapeutic goals. I know from experience and research, that the connection that exists between a client and therapist is vital for success in counselling, which is why I treat clients like people, not a list of symptoms. I provide counselling services to children, youth, and adults, in personal, couples, and family settings. I am a person-centered psychologist and I work from cognitive behavioural, ACT, solution-focused, mindfulness, and client-centered frameworks.
Some of my areas of specialty include, but are not limited to:
- Anger Management
- Behavioural Issues
- Bipolar Disorder
- Family Conflict
- Life Transitions
- Men’s Issues
- Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
- Relationship Issues
- Self Esteem
- Sexual Addiction
- Sleep or Insomnia
- Suicidal Ideation
- Trauma and PTSD
I provide a non-judgmental environment that is strongly supportive of growth and change, while engaging with clients in a genuine way through compassion, empathy and humour. I am motivated to work with clients to achieve shared goals, while developing tools and skills that lead to lasting success.
It takes a lot of courage to reach out. It can feel intimidating, but as you take this first step by sending an email or making a call, you’re moving one step closer to where you want to go and who you want to be. And I will do everything I can to make the appointment as un-intimidating and comfortable as possible.
Physiotherapy and Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation
Physiotherapists are highly educated experts that aim to get you moving, and keep you moving. They have advanced knowledge on how the human body moves, and what stops it moving. More specifically, they are trained specialists of the human musculoskeletal system (muscle, bone, joint and soft tissue), biomechanics, physical rehabilitation, therapeutic exercise, and the physical/physiological impacts of health and disease. Physiotherapists will be able to recognize the signs of a serious health condition, and will recommend a doctor’s visit, if necessary.
Within a session, they will use specialized, hands-on treatment techniques to help restore, maintain, and maximize optimal function and quality of life.
Physiotherapists are trained in being able to assess, diagnose, and treat physical symptoms and limited movement that are caused by injury, aging, disability or health conditions. They aim to help patients understand the underlying causes of the pain or condition. Treatment plans are customized for the patient to restore independence, maximize movement and flexibility, reduce pain, manage chronic symptoms, and take back control of their lives. Furthermore, they will teach patients to stay well, avoid future injury and achieve their best quality of life.
Physiotherapists excel in the treatment of many conditions. The following is a list of conditions that a physiotherapist can help with:
- Back pain/injury
- Chronic pain
- Frozen shoulder
- Carpal tunnel,
- Whiplash/neck injury,
- Pregnancy related pain,
- Shoulder pain,
- Tendonitis (all parts of the body)
- Urinary incontinence,
- TMJ dysfunction,
- Postural dysfunction,
- Workers Compensation Board (WCB) claims,
- Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) claims,
- Muscle weakness,
- Post-Surgical Rehab
Don’t see your condition on this this? Be sure to call the clinic to see if a Physiotherapist can help you today J
Don’t wait for a referral. Visit a physiotherapist as soon as pain or discomfort gets in your way.
Treatments Offered by your Physiotherapist:
- Manual Therapy
- Graston Technique for soft tissue mobilization
- Dry Needling/IMS
- Cupping (static/dynamic)
- Therapeutic Ultrasound
- Variety of Taping techniques
- Pelvic floor exams
- Many more…