From physiotherapy, osteopathy and athletic therapy to reconditioning and acupuncture, our team of skilled professionals is here to help you reach your goals.

Physiotherapist Justin Shoif examining a client


Physiotherapy uses a blended approach to rehab using both hands-on manual techniques as well as a skillful selection of exercise prescription to help combat a wide array of aches and pains. Whether it be an acute injury from sport or a chronic nagging pain, you will be taken through an in-depth physical evaluation to determine the exact cause of your injury. Once assessed, a strategic rehab protocol will be put in place to get you back to doing the things you love.


Pat Magee's close up on his hands doing an osteopathy manipulation


Osteopathy is a manual therapy, which offers a holistic and whole-body approach taking into consideration all systems and structures of the body. Osteopaths will assess and treat various ailments of the body. This can be achieved through different techniques and modalities such as osteoarticular manipulations, myofascial release, intra or interosseous decompaction, direct and indirect release, and muscle energy, in addition to many others.


Marc Nadeau doing athletic therapy at Junxion

Athletic therapy

Certified Athletic Therapists specialize in treating acute and chronic injuries to muscles, bones and joints. Best known for returning professional and elite athletes back to their sport after an injury, Athletic Therapists use the same sports medicine approach to quickly rehabilitate your injury – resulting in faster recovery, reduced chance of further injury, and fewer visits to your healthcare professional.

Close up of hands inserting needles during an acupuncture treatment


Acupuncture is the practice of inserting very thin needles through your skin at strategic points on your body. Part of traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture is said to be useful in addressing a variety of health conditions including anxiety, arthritis, chronic pain (such as headaches, back pain, neck pain), depression, insomnia, migraines, nausea, sciatica, sinus congestion, stress, and weight loss.


Close up of hands inserting needles during an acupuncture treatment


Reconditioning can be defined as closing the gap between the fields of strength and conditioning, and rehabilitation and manual therapy. Reconditioning starts with taking a deep dive into movement capability and capacity, filtering that through a needs analysis, and developing performance solutions for a myriad of injuries and dysfunctions. It is this integration of performance training and rehabilitation science that helps create effective intervention strategies for acute injury, chronic injury, and/or sport performance.