WOMAN’S HEALTH – MUSCULO-SKELETAL HEALTH – NEUROLOGICAL HEALTH – SENIORS HEALTH

Women’s Healthcare:

Specializing in health services for women

Good healthcare is built upon partnership and collaboration. We provide quality healthcare services that meet the unique needs of women of all ages, in a comfortable and friendly environment.

The following are some of the conditions and characteristics that increase health risks in women:

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Whether you are experiencing chronic pain, fatigue, sleep disturbances, weight gain, respiratory problems or any other symptoms which have remained chronic, feel free to contact us and we will work with you to explore a wide range of treatment options aimed at alleviating your symptoms and facilitate improved functioning.

General Musculo-Skeletal Health:”

Specializing in musculo-skeletal health

Your body is made up of muscles, tendons and ligament, bones and joints, and associated tissues responsible for bodily movements and maintaining structure and form. Conditions affecting these tissues can be debilitating and painful, and have a profound impact on physical activities and movement. Good Health is defined as the absence of disease or illness within all of the parts of system and in this regard, prevention is the key.

Some of the most common musculoskeletal issues, conditions and related sequelae experienced by Canadian women include the following:

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Prevalent chronic musculoskeletal complaints include:

If you are experiencing persisting symptoms stemming from musculoskeletal disorders, please make an appointment with us or see your family physician. At Pillars of Wellness we make use of a holistic model of treatment whereby treatment team members will collaborate with you and each in order to provide the best treatment available.

Neurological health:

Specializing in nervous system health

Neurological health concerns the nervous system which consists of the brain, spinal cord, cranial nerves, peripheral nerves, nerve roots, autonomic nervous system, neuromuscular junction, and muscles. Neurological disorders can include epilepsy, Alzheimer disease and other dementias, stroke, migraine and other headache disorders, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, neurological infections, brain tumors, traumatic disorders of the nervous system due to head trauma, and acquired brain injuries.

Symptoms can include:

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Neurological conditions, disorders and injuries are major causes of disability in Canada. Canadians living with neurological conditions face many long-term challenges that have a profound impact on functioning and activity levels.

Therapies for neurological disorders may often consist of:

Our team members, including Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, Naturopaths, Occupational Therapists and Speech Language Therapist can work with you to achieve better and faster results.

Senior’s health:

Specializing in the health of seniors

Staying healthy at any age is important. Unfortunately, as we grow older, our body starts becomes affected by numerous conditions, some minor and others chronic. The first approach to treatment is that of prevention through education aimed at achieving optimal health in order to reduce the risk of illness and disease. The most prevalent conditions, diseases and risks for people 65 years or older include:

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Our comprehensive multidisciplinary treatment team provides a wide range of services including occupational therapy, physiotherapist, chiropractic care, speech-language pathology, and naturopathic interventions. Our team can provide preventive information and customized treatment options, non-invasive and drug free ways to help you get well. In addition to the previously noted services, we also offer restorative yoga and yoga for senior’s programs to help our patients achieve a deep level of relaxation and mobility/flexibility, however, people with flexibility and mobility issues will still be able to gain benefits from participation in these programs.

Here are some of the benefits practicing yoga:

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