Acupuncture is a technique of inserting fine sterilized needles into specific points on the body with the objective of returning the body to a balanced state and to facilitate the healing process. Acupuncture can also include herbal therapies and therapeutic massage.
Chiropractic employs various methods of treatment for a variety of musculoskeletal conditions including but not limited to, manipulation to mobilize and adjust joints and related tissues, physiotherapy, exercise instruction, and self care recommendations.
Dietetics helps promote good health through proper eating and nutrition.
Exercise centers includes access to an exercise center membership or sessions that may include Jazzercise facilities, recreation centers, Pilates studios, yoga studios, community pools, and municipalities, or others.
Fitness Clubs includes access to a fitness club membership for use of the cardiovascular equipment, resistance/weight training equipment and exercise classes or any other services offered under a membership program without additional fees.
Massage Therapy is a manual therapeutic procedure, applying pressure and movement, to treat the muscular structures of the body.
Occupational Therapists (OTs) evaluate and treat conditions that can make it hard for a person to perform their job or other daily tasks such as bathing. OTs are highly trained, licensed experts. They help people of all ages develop, recover, and improve everyday skills.
Physical Therapists (PTs) evaluate and treat conditions of the body that may cause pain and/or changes in movement and function. They focus on helping people of all ages develop, recover, and improve their movement with everyday tasks. They also teach people how to prevent issues that could affect how well they move. PTs are highly trained, licensed experts.
Podiatrists are doctors who treat lower leg, foot, and ankle conditions. They can perform surgery for issues related to these parts of the body. They may also prescribe special footwear, braces, or shoe inserts to help with foot, ankle, or lower leg problems.