The New Hamburg Wellness Centre is a multidisciplinary clinic offering chiropractic care, registered massage therapy, physiotherapy, medical acupuncture, osteopathy, naturopathic medicine, custom orthotic therapy, nursing foot care, and clinical social work and counselling.
Our focus is to provide exceptional clinical services with consistency and honesty to assist individuals in achieving optimal health and wellness.
SERVICES OFFERED AT NEW HAMBURG WELLNESS CENTRE:
A large majority of patients who seek chiropractic care do so for complaints of the musculoskeletal system (joints, muscles, tendons, nerves and bones). Our chiropractors provide diagnosis, treatment and management of these complaints.
Our New Hamburg Chiropractors utilize an integrated approach to treatment that is tailored to each specific individual. Listed below is a sampling of chiropractic techniques employed in our office.
- Chiropractic Adjustments
- Medical Acupuncture
- Laser Therapy
- Shockwave Therapy
- Concussion Management
- Graston Soft Tissue Therapy
- Active Release Therapy (ART)
- Custom Orthotic Therapy
For more information on Chiropractic Care, visit: https://www.nhwc.ca/nhwc_chiropractic.html
Registered Massage Therapy
Massage Therapy is the hands-on treatment of the soft tissues in the body including muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints. It is an effective treatment approach that helps alleviate soft tissue discomfort that may arise from injury, muscular and joint overuse, repetitive strain, and chronic pain.
Our New Hamburg Registered Massage Therapists also have training to provide specialized services such as Hot Stone Massage, Pregnancy, Labour, and Infant Massage, Lymph Drainage Techniques, Trigger Point Therapy, Deep Tissue Massage, Myofascial Release, and Hydrotherapy. See the practitioner profiles for details.
For more information on Registered Massage Therapy, visit: https://www.nhwc.ca/so_massage.html
Physiotherapists are skilled in prevention, assessment and management of conditions affecting the musculoskeletal, circulatory, respiratory and nervous systems.
Physiotherapy utilizes various treatment techniques including manual therapy and rehabilitative exercise prescription to help you become more functional in your daily activities.
For more information on Physiotherapy, visit: https://www.nhwc.ca/so_physiotherapy.html
Acupuncture is a 2000-year-old Chinese treatment in which fine needles are inserted into specific points on the body. The World Health Organization (WHO) lists many different conditions that can legitimately be treated by acupuncture. There are many successful applications of acupuncture for acute and chronic muscle and joint pain.
For more information on Medical Acupuncture, visit: https://www.nhwc.ca/so_acupuncture.html
Osteopathy is a natural and gentle hands-on therapy that treats the individual as an integrated whole. Its aim is to restore balance and function not only to the joints and to the spine, but also to organs and neurological tissues. These hands-on techniques are performed after years of professional training and clinical practice.
Osteopathy treats many types of musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction, and is also good for general maintenance of the body. Treatment techniques may involve elements of soft tissue work, joint mobilizations, cranial sacral therapy, muscle energy, and fascial release. All techniques are relaxing and not painful, making the treatment experience safe and enjoyable.
For more information on Osteopathy, visit: https://www.nhwc.ca/so_osteopathy.html
Laser Therapy involves the application of specific wavelengths of laser light to induce a therapeutic effect within the body. The K-Laser has been shown to decrease pain, reduce swelling/inflammation and enhance tissue repair. It does this by increasing microcirculation, allowing more red blood cells with oxygen to reach injured tissues to help with healing. It will also increase venous and lymphatic drainage from the injured region. At the cellular level, it stimulates enzymes which will improve the rate at which energy is made in the cell. More energy in the cell means a quicker healing process.
For more information on Laser Therapy, visit: https://www.nhwc.ca/so_lasertherapy.html
Custom orthotics correct faulty foot mechanics by normalizing motion and offering shock absorption. Orthotics are mechanical aids that fit into your shoes as comfortably as an insole - and they have the advantage of having been custom-made from precise imprints of your feet.
The most effective orthotics are custom-designed devices specifically crafted to meet the needs of the particular individual. Mechanical dysfunction in our feet has the ability to put undue stress on other parts of the body, predisposing us to wear and tear and injury. Prevention and correction is key! Many people have experienced the benefits of custom orthotics. Let us help you to stay active, mobile, and healthy. If you think custom orthotics may be of benefit to you, book your Advanced Computer Gait and Orthotic Analysis today.
For more information on Custom Orthotics, visit: https://www.nhwc.ca/so_orthotic.html
Naturopathic Doctors assist patients of all ages in disease prevention and improving overall health through stimulating the natural healing power of the body.
Here is a list of Common Conditions Treated by Naturopathic Doctors:
- Skin conditions
- Seasonal allergies
- Digestive problems
- Cardiovascular issues
- Respiratory conditions
- Immune system issues
- Detoxification and Weight loss protocols
- Women's, Men's and Children's health issues
For more information on Naturopathic Medicine, visit: https://www.nhwc.ca/so_naturopathic.html
Nursing Foot Care
Foot Care Nurses typically deal with the nails and skin of the foot. In addition to these basic services, an Advanced Foot Care Nurse (AFCN) is also qualified to perform specialized treatments for high-risk clients including those individuals with arthritis, autoimmune disorders, and diabetes.
Nursing Foot Care services may include:
· Treatment of ingrown toenails
· Treatment of thick, hard and fungal nails
· Reduction and/or removal of heavy calluses and painful corns
· Helpful teaching techniques to promote prevention of specific foot issues
Many foot problems are avoidable with proper preventative care and maintenance. Regular foot care treatments offer the potential for improved mobility, reduced pain, and a higher quality of life. It is most
For more information on Nursing Foot Care, visit: https://www.nhwc.ca/so_footcare.html
Clinical Social Work & Counselling
Our Clinical Social Work and Counselling services provide a variety of areas of expertise to help individuals and families with matters such as child and adult mental health, depression, anxiety, addictions, domestic violence, child abuse, custody and access disputes, Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) rehabilitation and chronic pain just to name a few. Recovery is a subjective experience, and depending on the circumstance, a combination of interventions and modalities that best suit the specific needs of an individual can be used during treatment sessions.
In addition to offering clinical counselling and therapy, this service also provides general social work supports that may include but are not limited to connecting individuals and their families to the most appropriate resources in the community, making referrals for their family members to different/other service providers, as well as general navigation of the social system (for example Ontario Housing, Ontario Works, Ontario Disability, court services just to name a few).
For more information on Clinical Social Work & Counselling, visit: https://www.nhwc.ca/so_counselling.html