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the [clinic] Chiropractic Health Centre

401 Bay Street. Suite 1210
Toronto Ontario M5H 2Y4
(416) 366-1710
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the[clinic] is Toronto’s premiere chiropractic centre. Practicing the Diversified Chiropractic Technique, our highly qualified doctors use a combination of spinal adjustment, myofascial release therapy, and other physical therapies. These techniques are specifically chosen to relieve pain and tension without the need for drugs. Each one of our patients is assessed and given a personalized treatment plan to fit their specific chiropractic needs. Comfort and satisfaction are a top priority at the[clinic], where everyone is given the executive treatment!

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Chiropractic Care, Physiotherapy, Registered Massage Therapy, Orthotics & Knee Braces, Naturopathic Medicine, Osteopathy, Acupuncture, Car Accident Rehabilitation
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8am – 7pm
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  • 2 days ago by - the[clinic]

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    We hope you find a moment for yourself today to unwind + relax — Visit the link in bio to see how we can help you de-stress and get you back to 💯
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  • 1 week ago by - the[clinic]

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    We specialize in chiropractic, physio, massage therapy + custom orthotics—Located at the corner of Bay & Queen
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    Book your appointment TODAY—By utilizing advanced knowledge of the body’s muscle system, concentrated pressure techniques & skilled hands, we can help you get rid of your pain, ease your mind & get you ready to take on TOMORROW. 💆‍♀️💆‍♂️
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    R/P @thesweatmovement —This week is all about focusing on yourself! Via @alison__wu | Book a massage therapy appointment today + relieve muscle tension + increase circulation + reduce stress 🌿💆‍♀️💆‍♂️
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    It’s a good week to have a good week—Visit the link in bio to see a list of our services ✨🌿
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    Happy FRIDAY 💆‍♀️💆‍♂️ | Don’t forget to breathe and de-stress after a long work-week— Get in touch to book a massage session today!
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  • 9 weeks ago by - the[clinic]

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    Snow Shovelling
    Love it or hate it, it appears that winter weather is finally here. It’s time to replace the rake with the snow shovel and get ready for what the season has in store for us. For many, shovelling snow can be a daunting task, and with predictions of heavy snowfalls this season it is important to be mindful when shovelling to help avoid injury.
    Shovelling after a storm doesn’t have to leave you stiff and sore. Here are some tips to consider before picking up the shovel:
    • ***It is important to warm up for 5-10 minutes prior to any shovelling. This will increase blood circulation and get the joints moving, and will serve to decrease the risk of injury. A brisk walk should do it.
    • Drink plenty of water. Hydration is just as important in the winter as it is in the summer.
    • Wear several layers of clothing so you can remove a layer as you get warm.
    • Wear proper footwear. Boots with good support and solid treads can help decrease the risk of slips and falls.
    • Pick the right shovel. Use a lightweight, non-stick, push-style shovel. An ergonomically correct model (curved handle) will help prevent injury and fatigue. Pro tip: if you spray the blade with a silicone-based lubricant, the snow will slide off more easily.
    Let’s Shovel!
    • Push the snow to one side and avoid throwing it. If you need to throw it, avoid twisting and turning – simply position yourself to throw straight in front of you.
    • Bend your knees and engage the muscles in your legs/ buttocks, making sure that the leg and arm muscles do the work and not your back. Keep your back straight while shovelling and tighten the core to brace the low back before every push.
    Happy shovelling!
    - Dr. Geoffrey Johnston
  • 15 weeks ago by - the[clinic]

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    See a Chiropractor for the treatment of Migraine Headache
    Migraine headache is considered as primary headache. The ''common migraine'' constitutes about 80 percent of the migraine sufferers, usually lacks a sharply defined aura. ''Classic migraine'' does have a pronounced aura. Episodic migraine headaches occur fewer than 15 days per month, while chronic headaches occur 15 or more days per month for at least 3 (migraine) or 6 months (tension-type headache).
    Factors in Migraines
    Researchers generally agree that several dozen factors may trigger the onset of a migraine. Genetic, Psychological stress, hormones, such as estrogen influences migraines in females, though it's not clear why. The drop in estrogen levels that occurs a few days before a normal menstrual period seems to increase the chances of a migraine, possibly by priming blood vessels in the brain.
    Lifestyle and environment can also trigger migraines. Weather changes, altitude changes, bright lights, sleep problems, stress, smells, cheeses, caffeine, monosodium glutamate (MSG), nitrates, or aspartame are just some of a long list of potential triggers.
    Goals of Treatment for Prevention of Migraine
    The goals of migraine preventive therapy are to: (1) reduce attack frequency, severity, and duration.
    (2) improve responsiveness to treatment of acute attacks
    (3) improve function and reduce disability
    According to recommendation of Clinical Practice Guideline For The Management of headache disorders in Adults
    • Spinal manipulation is recommended for the treatment of patients with episodic or chronic migraine with or without aura (treatment frequency 1-2x per week for 8 weeks).
  • 20 weeks ago by - the[clinic]

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    20% off on Physiotherapy Initial Consultation with the [clinic] New Physiotherapist
    We would to welcome Peter Wu, PT (M.Sc.PT) as new addition to our team.
    Peter is a Registered Physiotherapist who completed his Master of Science in Physical Therapy at Queen's University. He utilizes a combination of "hands-on" manual therapy techniques to treat MSK conditions, sport injuries, MVA injuries and much more.
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    19 weeks ago
    Hi Peter, congrats and u need a private personal assistant ?
  • 72 weeks ago by - the[clinic]

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    Month of October Promotion -A free 30 minute massage.
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  • 73 weeks ago by - the[clinic]

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    Chiropractic care changes pain
  • 74 weeks ago by - the[clinic]

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    Biomechanical Foot Dysfunctions Can Lead To Back Pain
    According to the Ontario Chiropractic Association research, there are 4 ways your feet may be hurting your back:
    1. Injuries
    A series of studies suggest that back pain may result, in part, from repetitive abnormal function of the feet, causing you to alter your posture to compensate for the foot pain—ultimately creating an environment primed for low back pain. The studies also suggest that someone with a previous history of injuries is more likely to reinjure themselves. This is due in part to repeating the same dysfunctional movements over time, con same dysfunctional movements over time, consequently altering one’s gait—often without being addressed.
    2. Range of Motion
    Motions of the hip, knee, ankle and foot joints flex in the opposite direction from the joint directly above or below it. Should one of these hinges be restricted or limited, the loss of motion in one joint negatively impact the others (higher up the leg or in the spine, for example) and this may result in pain or dysfunction.
    3. Leg Length Discrepancies
    A difference in leg length that is greater than 5 millimeters can contribute to low back pain. If the leg length difference is greater than 9 mm there is a significantly greater likelihood of having an episode of low back pain. Leg length discrepancies can be structural or functional. Depending on the discrepancy, measures can be taken to help address these and alleviate symptoms or dysfunctions.
    4. Body Weight Imbalances
    There can be subtle structural differences in your body. These can be related to natural asymmetry or an injury, and either could potentially have a dramatic impact on the rest of your body. The parts of your body are all connected in a kinetic chain, and if there is a significant imbalance in your weight, the imbalanced force can end up making its way to your lower back (or another part of your body) causing MSK-related issues down the line. Any host of issues stemming from the foot has the potential to work all the way up to the hips, which is just a short chain link away from your low back, potentially causing you back pain.
    Talk to the [clinic] chiropractor about any of these concerns or how you can prevent problems from developing.
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  • 79 weeks ago by - the[clinic]

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    Dr. Dan Dao proudly presented the [clinic] chiropractor at the CrossFit this weekend (Aug. 13 & 14, 2016).
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  • 81 weeks ago by - the[clinic]

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    To introduce his techniques, Dr. Dan Dao offers 50% off on Chiropractic Initial Consultation (Assessment + Treatment). Contact the [clinic] at - or call 416 366 1710 to book your Chiropractic Initial Consultation today (this offer expires end of August/ 2016).
    Dr. Dan Dao is a board certified chiropractor and acupuncture practitioner. He holds a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, an Honours Bachelor of Health Sciences from UOIT and a Clinical Acupuncture Certificate through the Acupuncture Council of Ontario & CMCC.
    His areas of special interests are focused in managing work-related postural strains, back and neck pain, headaches, sports injuries and rehabilitation. Dr. Dao is a practitioner with diverse training in techniques including: adjustments, muscle release therapy, acupuncture, laser, electrotherapy, and removal of post-injury muscle scars using myofascial blading.
    Dr. Dao's experience with a variety of patient demographics and injuries, taught him that every patient is different even if they may present to the clinic with similar complaints. His unique practice approach is to combine multiple non-invasive therapies into an individualized care plan for each and every patient - concentrated on returning them to the activities that matter most.
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    80 weeks ago Dr. Dan Dao
    I look forward to meeting the downtown community and getting rid of all the aches and pains through chiropractic care.
  • 90 weeks ago by - the[clinic]

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    Foot Health Awareness
    Of all the ways people take care of themselves, protect themselves, even pamper themselves, people's feet are frequently considered as an afterthought. Often the most used and most neglected part of a person's daily routine, foot care is highlighted during May, as World Foot Health Awareness Month.
    People of all ages however should keep their feet both healthy and happy on a regular basis.
    Chiropractors are experts in musculoskeletal care, including that of the feet. Recovering from a sprain or injury? You may benefit from foot or ankle-centred rehabilitation exercises. If you have issues stemming from an unusual gait, orthotics or insoles may be recommended.
    Exercises to keep your feet healthy and strong
    Exercise #1: Work out with a tennis ball
    While sitting, roll your foot over a tennis ball heal-to-toe, starting in the centre of the foot
    Do this for 1-2 minutes every couple of days
    This exercise will help all lower limb muscles in your leg, and help improve your properceptive balance while keeping the tennis ball in place under your foot.
    Exercise #2: Short foot contractions
    Place your foot flat on the floor
    Tighten the muscles on the bottom of your foot without curling your toes
    Make your foot arch up in the middle
    This exercise is more difficult but it will really help to strengthen your feet.
    Important foot care tips and reminders:
    • Inspect your feet daily for any peculiarities or changes
    • Trim toenails straight across, not down into the corners
    • Pamper your feet. Always keep them warm, clean and dry
    • Keep moving! Keep blood circulation to your feet
    • Be aware of your footwear and pick the shoe you need (running shoe for running, cross-training shoe for general activities)
    • Inspect your shoes carefully for signs of wear
    One important thing to note is that you should only get corrective shoes after seeking medical advice. When buying shoes, you generally want to aim for a neutral shoe. If you are looking to examine your gait to see if a corrective shoe is required, you can contact the [clinic] to set up an appointment.
    Last but not least, perhaps the single most important thing you can do for your feet is ensure you are wearing the right size of shoe. Have your feet measured every few years.
    This Material is adopted from CMCC .
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  • 91 weeks ago by - the[clinic]

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    Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome: What Is It and How Physiotherapy Can Help?
    Are you experiencing knee pain with going up and down stars, squatting or with prolonged sitting? You may have developed Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PPS).
    What is Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PPS)?
    PPS occurs as a result of abnormal patellar (knee cap) alignment and tracking, which leads to abnormal forces and stress being applied to the knee region. Overtime this causes degenerative changes to occur, leading to pain. But what causes the original abnormal patellar alignment? Weakness in the hip muscles can causes compensation at the knee and overuse of the quadriceps muscles. This in turn leads to increased pressure and loading to be applied to the front of the knee. Additional causes of PPS can be tightness in the hamstring and/or calf muscles, which would increase knee flexion, leading to increased pressure to be applied to the knee cap region.
    How Physiotherapy Can Help?
    A Physiotherapist can help relieve symptoms of PPS through the use of modalities like electrical stimulation, moist heat, manual therapy, kinesiotaping, and designing an individualized flexibility and strengthening program. Come in for an evaluation today!
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  • 93 weeks ago by - the[clinic]

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    Conditions We Treat: Plantar Fasciitis

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    When Should You See a Chiropractor?
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    What Are the Differences Between Chiropractic and Physiotherapy?
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