All of the physiotherapists at HBT have taken advanced training courses to treat a variety of orthopaedic conditions. After a thorough assessment, they will help develop a treatment plan to help enhance your life through improved health and fitness.Learn More!
Pelvic Physiotherapists have taken specialized courses that allow them to do an internal evaluation on males and females to properly assess the tension and strength of the pelvic floor muscles.Learn More!
All of the massage therapists at HBT are RMT's, registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. The practice of massage therapy involves the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of physical dysfunction and pain through a variety of manual techniques.Learn More!
Viscera refers to our body’s organs. These organs have fascial connections to the bony frame and to each other, thus having an influence throughout the body. You may have pain or dysfunction in one area, ie. the right shoulder, but restriction of the connective tissue around the liver may, and is often the culprit in this case.Learn More!
Craniosacral therapy is a method of complementary and alternative medicine used by craniosacral therapists, physical therapists, massage therapists, naturopaths, and osteopaths. It is a gentle, noninvasive therapeutic approach used to treat many chronic/persistent pain issues.Learn More!
A Registered Orthomolecular Health Practitioner (ROHP) uses each individual’s unique health and lifestyle information to devise a nutritional plan to optimize health, lose weight, or achieve whatever that individual’s personal health goals may be. Nutritional education is an often overlooked aspect of health and fitness, and can make a tremendous impact on one’s feeling of well-being.Learn More!