Acupuncture

ACUPUNCTURE is one of the treatment modalities of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), the oldest professional and continuously practiced medicine in the world. It uses very thin needles inserted into specific points in the body in order to relieve pain, improve function and speed healing.


Chiropractic

CHIROPRACTIC is a health care profession that focuses on disorders of the musculoskeletal system and the nervous system, and the effects of these disorders on general health.


Registered Massage Therapy

REGISTERED MASSAGE THERAPIST (RMT) in British Columbia are health care professionals committed to restoring and maintaining optimal health and pain-free function of the body.


Physiotherapy

As a primary caregiver, a PHYSIOTHERAPY can assess, diagnose, and treat your injury through a combination of methods that may include: manual therapy; manipulation; acupuncture; modalities such as ultrasound, laser and heat; and/or exercise prescription. Education plays an important role in physiotherapy. The goal of physiotherapy is to return you to your optimal function and strength, while ed... Read More

As a primary caregiver, a PHYSIOTHERAPY can assess, diagnose, and treat your injury through a combination of methods that may include: manual therapy; manipulation; acupuncture; modalities such as ultrasound, laser and heat; and/or exercise prescription. Education plays an important role in physiotherapy. The goal of physiotherapy is to return you to your optimal function and strength, while educating you about your injury. This allows you to independently maintain a healthy body without the constant supervision of a therapist.


Snoring and Sleep Apnea

Spring Integrative Medical Centre is the Lower Mainland’s premier provider of integrated medical services. With an extensive range of services we streamline the healing process for our patients as we offer both a Family Physician, and team of practitioners, all in ONE location. Do you SNORE? Do you have SLEEP APNEA?


Registered Counsellor


Cardiac Services

Holter monitoring and ECG.


Occupational Therapist (OT)

Occupational Therapists (OT’s) are health care professionals who utilize evidence-based practice, research, scientific evidence, and a holistic perspective to promote independence, meaningful occupations, and patients' functional ability to fulfill their daily routines and roles. OTs ensure their patient-oriented interventions are effective. They have background training on the psychological, p... Read More

Occupational Therapists (OT’s) are health care professionals who utilize evidence-based practice, research, scientific evidence, and a holistic perspective to promote independence, meaningful occupations, and patients' functional ability to fulfill their daily routines and roles. OTs ensure their patient-oriented interventions are effective. They have background training on the psychological, physical, emotional, and social makeup. OTs also have immense training in treating the whole body with the incorporation of neurological principles, anatomical or physiological concepts, and psychological perspectives. They support individuals across their lifespan to fulfill meaningful activities, known as occupations, individually by using therapeutic interventions.

Occupational therapists work in a variety of fields, including pediatrics, orthopedics, neurology, and geriatrics. The main approach of occupational therapy is to assist individuals in regaining skills as well as in increasing their abilities and decreasing limitations or disabilities of any kind. OTs evaluate the individual as well as their home and other immediate environments. Upon evaluating, they recommend, as needed, adaptive equipment and training in its use, guidance, and education for family members and caregivers. OTs determine a patient's individualized goals with the help of the person's family, caregiver, and doctor.

OTs customize each intervention to improve a person's ability to perform daily life activities and to reach his or her goals. OTs perform outcomes measures to evaluate the person's abilities and to ensure there is progress toward the goals. This outcome evaluation also helps the therapist to understand if an intervention plan must be changed.

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