205 Hilda Avenue North York, ON, M2M 4B1


Help improve the postural

development of the spine

One’s posture is a fundamental aspect to one’s overall health. Perfecting the posture is not a simple fix task, it involves care and commitment. Our therapists start by doing an overall physical assessment and properly diagnosing the client with a treatment plan that they will work on together. Our therapeutic approaches allow you to regain mobility and functionality through developmental physical activities. Our practitioners have a vast knowledge of the overall healthcare system and are trained to steer you in the right path for healing. Not only is the goal to heal the current issues, but these exercises help prevent future potential injuries and conditions.

What We Treat

Treatment of postural rehabilitation
Acute or chronic inflammations


More than 15 years of
successful treatment

our treatments

Postural exercises
Movement therapy
Incorporation of therapeutic machines
Unique treatment plans



Our process

we take care of our patients!

1. Examination and evaluation

All clients come in for a consultation to be able to diagnose and prepare a unique treatment plan for them.

2. Consultation and Confirmation

In the second consult our practitioners present their preferred treatment plan and confirm that you are comfortable with it.

3. Treatment Process

Once the treatment care begins, you schedule appointments that work best for you according to your schedule for full recovery.

4. Progress Reports

We are committed to your full recovery and we help you track your progress with us. Our reports let you be aware of your physical development.

5. Final Steps to Recovery

In your last treatment we make sure to check that you are on your way to full recovery and that you are comfortable with the treatment plans. If there are any concerns this is where we alter the plan.

6. Post treatment check ups

We like to make sure our clients are recovering properly even after the treatment. We book appointments to ensure proper development after physical therapy.