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  • PM&R Assessment
    Our PM&R specialists, often referred to as physiatrists, focus on diagnosing and treating pain generated by nerve, muscle, joint, bone, and tendon conditions. A thorough medical assessment can last anywhere from 30-60 minutes. Following an assessment, our aim is to be able to treat you at our clinic or refer you to a specialist within our network.
  • Multidisciplinary Assessment
    We have a team of trained General Practitioners, Specialists and Allied Health Professionals that work together to assess and treat your pain. Depending on your condition, we can team up to provide a multidisciplinary assessment.
  • Ultrasound Guided Test Injections
    Sometimes the actual source of your pain needs more extensive investigation. Using Ultrasound Technology, we can inject a very specific location with a dextrose solution. Depending on your response to the injection, we can better understand the source of your pain and recommend treatment.
  • EMG
    Do you have pain, tingling, numbness or weakness in your hands or feet? You may have nerve and muscle related conditions causing these sensations and our physiatrists are certified by the Canadian Society of Clinical Neurophysiologists (CSCN) to use Electromyography (EMG) to properly diagnose these conditions. EMG testing measures how your nerves and muscles respond to electrical stimulation. The report, generated and interpreted by our physiatrists, helps diagnose conditions like: - Condition 1 - Condition 2 - Condition 3
  • Compartmental Pressure Testing
    In your body are groups of blood vessels, nerves and muscles called compartments. They are encompassed by a membrane called fascia. In some people this membrane is too tight, causing pain and injury. To verify the severity of your compartment pressure syndrome, our physiatrists will assess and measure the pressure in the affected compartment and make a referral to a specialist to treat your condition.
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