Prime Therapy

Prime Therapy

Therapy is a specialized form of healthcare that aims to prevent, manage, and treat injuries and pain associated with sports and physical activities. Physiotherapy focuses on improving physical function and mobility through exercise and other techniques. Chiropractic doctors treat pain that centers around spines, muscles, joints, and nervous systems. Massage Therapy helps alleviate muscle tension, soreness, and stress. Kinesiology uses movement to promote health and wellness, including exercise prescription and rehabilitation. Together, these therapies can help athletes and active individuals achieve optimal performance and prevent injuries.


Physiotherapy focuses on improving physical function and mobility through exercise and other techniques.


Chiropractic doctors treat pain that centres around spines, muscles, joints and nervous systems. This can include back and neck pain, strains, sprains, pain caused by arthritis and work or sports injuries. Chiropractic care can work to alleviate these types of injuries, while also promoting good health and improving the quality of your life.

Massage Therapy

Whether you are suffering from a new injury, or have the need to address long-standing pain issues, massage therapy offers solutions. It is also ideal for stress relief. Through a combination of breathing and massage techniques including Myofascial Release, Swedish, Range of Motion, Light Stretching and Deep Tissue, our massage therapy services will help ease pain while improving relaxation in daily life.


Kinesiology alleviates a variety of body imbalances relating to joint and muscle pain, stress, nutrition and minor injuries. Back pain, tennis elbow, frozen shoulder or migraines can all be treated through kinesiology care.

Naturopathic Medicine

Naturopathic medicine is a distinct form of primary health care that is patient-focused. Naturopathic Doctors treat people of all ages and using a functional medicine approach, will identify any biochemical and physiological imbalances in the body.

Naturopathic medicine does not replace conventional western medicine. Instead, it helps to enhance the individual’s health by adding different components that conventional western medicine may be limited too. When integrated, at times, naturopathic medicine and conventional western medicine can work together synergistically for the benefit of the patient.

Naturopathic doctors treat a wide range of conditions, including, but not limited to hypertension, diabetes, high cholesterol, thyroid, skin, digestive, autoimmune, lung, liver, kidney, chronic pain/fatigue, mental health, gynecological, genitourinary and more.


To use the title Registered Dietitian (RD), dietitians must be registered with the dietetic
regulatory body in the province in which they practice.  Dietitians undergo comprehensive and
rigorous training, both on the job and in university. Dietitians are held accountable to the highest
standards of education and ethics, which means we look beyond fads and gimmicks to deliver
reliable, life-changing advice.

Dietitians empower their patients, clients, and communities to embrace food, to understand it,
and to enjoy it. The advice and information they provide is tailored to their clients and patients’
personal needs and challenges, including taste and accessibility. They translate the science of
nutrition into terms everyone can understand to support healthy living for all Canadians.

Recovery Room

The purpose of a recovery room is to help gym-goers optimize their recovery after exercise, which can help reduce the risk of injury, improve overall fitness gains, and help individuals feel better and more refreshed after their workout. Additionally, a recovery room can provide a quiet and peaceful space for individuals to relax and unwind after a strenuous workout.