2212 Queen Street East Toronto, ON, M4E 1E9, Canada

Our registered physiotherapist is qualified to provide preventative, diagnostic, and therapeutic services aimed at restoring optimal function and preventing disability arising from disease, trauma or injury. They have detailed understanding of anatomy, physiology, how the body works, knowledge of disease, injury and the healing process.

Beaches Health Group’s physiotherapists are experienced with active and passive therapies, and a

Beaches Chiropractic Centre uses spinal adjustments to correct position and form of the spinal vertebrae.  This helps in the relief of pain and degenerative wear and tear of on spinal segments.  Also beneficial in treatment of traumas such as sports injuries, falls and motor vehicle accidents.


CHIROPRACTIC HOURS

Monday and Wednesday: 8am - 11am | 3pm - 6pm 
Friday: 8am - 12pm 
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed
*These hours are subject to change due to constantly changing COVID-19 rules and regulations. 

CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES PRICES

Initial Chiropractic Visit: $80.00
Follow-up Adjustments: $50.00
Acupuncture: $50.00

REQUEST AN APPOINTMENT

A staff member will contact you to confirm your appointment, or to suggest an alternative available appointment.

You can also book an appointment by calling our office at (416) 698-5861


MISALIGNMENTS AND SUBLUXATIONS

Misalignments in the spine, known as subluxations, put pressure on the nerves. In turn, this nerve interference can cause pain and discomfort. As an example, imagine that you are washing your car. If a friend steps on the hose, the water does not flow and your car will not get washed. Subluxations directly affect other parts of the body by preventing proper nerve flow. Once a chiropractor adjusts the spinal joints, subluxations are removed and normal nerve function is restored. Thus, an aligned spine allows the electrical impulses from the brain to travel to the organs, allowing them to function properly. When your spine is aligned, your whole body benefits and you can maintain optimum health.


GLOSSARY OF CHIROPRACTIC TERMS


Arthritis

A general term referring to a condition of the joints. Literally it refers to an inflammation of the joints. There are many types of arthritis. The form which will inflict many people as they age is known as osteoarthritis. Other types include rheumatoid and psoriatic arthritis.


Cervical

When discussing the spinal column, this refers to the region of the neck.


Chiropractic Adjustment

A form of manipulation, where the application of force is of a high velocity – low amplitude thrust.


Chiropractic Subluxation Complex

An extension of Joint Dysfunction. At this point, symptoms arise which are no longer simply musculo-skeletal. Now, through faulty transmission of information through the nervous system, various organs may malfunction.


Degeneration

A wear and tear phenomena. When the joints of the body wear out, it is referred to as osteoarthritis, also known as degenerative joint disease.


Disc

A cartilage that separates spinal vertebrae, absorbs shocks to the spine, and protects the nerve system.


Herniation

Condition of the intervertebral disc, whereby some of the material which makes up the disc shifts to a position which irritates the nearby nerve for that spinal area.


Intervertebral Disc 

This is the soft tissue found between the bones of the spinal column. They help cushion the spine from everyday stress. Through improper posture discs can wear out (degenerate). This can lead to the condition known commonly by the laymen, as a “slipped disc”, or a disc herniation.


Joint

The area between two bones where movement occurs. If movement is abnormal, pain and degeneration may occur.


Joint Dysfunction

A condition, whereby the joints of a particular area are not moving properly.


Lumbar

When discussing the spinal column, this refers to the region of the low back.


Manipulation

This is a form of manual therapy where an application of forces to structures such as muscles, joints and bones is presented, where the goal is the restoration of normal joint motion and the elimination of pain secondary to disturbed biomechanics


Nervous System

The telephone communication center of the body. All information from outside the body and from inside the body must pass through this system. The two parts of the nervous system include the Central and Peripheral Nervous systems


Nerves

The extensions which branch off of the brain and spinal cord and carry information to all parts of the body.


Osteoarthritis

Also known as degenerative joint disease. A form of arthritis in which a wear and tear phenomena occurs at the joint.


Range-Of-Motion

This is a description for the amount of movement which occurs at a particular joint or region of the body, such as the lumbar spine. In the spinal column, there are six (6) different movements which may occur. These include flexion (bending forward), extension (bending backward), rotation (twisting right and left) and lateral flexion (bending to each side, right and left).


Spinal Column

The bones of the back. The spinal column protects the spinal cord and allows for movement of the body in various ranges of motion


Spinal Cord

The extension of the brain. Coming off of the spinal cord are 31 pairs of spinal nerves which communicate with the body as a whole


Spondylolysis

A degeneration of the intervertebral disc.


Thoracic

When discussing the spinal column, this refers to the region of the back between the neck and the pelvis.

Vertebrae

The bones of the spinal column. There are three (3) areas of vertebrae: a cervical, thoracic and lumbar area. Also offer post-surgical rehabilitation.
Our custom rehabilitation programs are supervised in a gym-setting.
Most workplace benefits cover physiotherapy.


DO I NEED A REFERRAL FROM MY DOCTOR?

No. Although many doctors refer clients for rehabilitation through physiotherapy, patients may make their own appointments directly for various conditions.

Office Hours

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Toronto Office

Monday - Saturday

Please call us for hours due to COVID-19

Sunday

Closed

Toronto Office

Monday - Saturday
Please call us for hours due to COVID-19
Sunday
Closed

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