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Frequently Asked Questions

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For most of our services, a referral is generally not necessary. Certain insurance companies, however, will require a doctors referral for reimbursement. Please check with your insurance provider to determine if a referral is necessary prior to your appointment.

Chiropractic services are covered by the majority of private health insurance plans. The specific amount of coverage will vary depending on your plan (i.e. 80% vs 100% coverage), so check with your insurance carrier to confirm. This is also the case for Massage Therapy and Acupuncture.

We can direct bill for most patients/clients who have the following insurance coverage:

  • Blue Cross
  • Great West Life
  • Desjardins
  • Industrial Alliance
  • Johnson
  • Manulife
  • Maximum Benefit
  • Johnson Group
  • Standard Life
  • Sun Life
  • Chambers of Commerce
  • Green Shield
  • SSQ
  • and more!

You may cancel your appointment anytime without charge up to 24 hours prior to your appointment.

We currently accept credit, debit, e-transfer or cash.

Initial Assessment $110 (45mins), Extended Treatment/ Re-Evaluation $85 (30mins), Regular Subsequent Treatment $65 (15mins)

30MIN $80, 45MIN $95, 60MIN $115, 75MIN $130, 90MIN $145, 120MIN $210 (prices include tax in the total)

Initial Assessment $120 (75mins), Regular Subsequent Visit $95 (60mins)

The number of sessions is always your choice, but based on your unique goals (such as pain relief, or injury management), your symptoms, history and physical assessment, our practitioners will recommend a specific treatment plan to achieve your goals. For optimal tissue health benefits, some people will book regular maintenance appointments, similar to regular dentist visits.

Yes, we treat athletes ranging from weekend warrior to university, professional and Olympic athletes.

Yes, we provide treatment for injury management following a motor vehicle accident and can direct bill to most motor vehicle insurance companies.

It is recommended that you wear something loose and comfortable so that you can move and bend freely. You may also bring a change of clothes (t-shirt and shorts/sweat pants) if this is easier. We can typically work around most outfits if you do happen to forget a change of clothes, so don’t worry!

Chiropractic care has been shown to decrease pain and stiffness, improve posture, increase overall mobility and flexibility, prevent muscular and joint injuries, provide relief for pregnancy-related back pain, decrease inflammation, and enhance athletic performance.

Every patient is different based on their history and specific injuries, but many patients notice significant improvement in their condition after only a few treatments. Consistent reassessments help ensure the most effective treatment for the best results.

There is typically little to no pain involved with a chiropractic adjustment. Often times, patients experience immediate relief following an adjustment. In some cases, patients may also experience some minor soreness following the visit, very similar to when you start a new exercise program and your muscles and joints aren’t used to the new activity yet.

Yes. Chiropractic is one of the most widely used, researched and safest treatments for musculoskeletal pain. Millions of Canadians see chiropractors on a regular basis, and chiropractic doctors have over 4,200 hours of training in musculoskeletal pain and neurological systems.

We try to keep our FAQ as up to date as possible but if  you didn’t find what you were looking for or have any further questions, please contact us! We are here to help.