Our Physiotherapy and Chiropractic team uses dry-needling, IMS and acupuncture for the treatment of pain and movement impairments. Dry-needling involves the use of a thin monofilament needle (commonly referred to as an acupuncture needle) to release tender trigger points in muscles or treat pain. Our clinic has a diverse background in dry-needling and acupuncture.

Cheryl Richardson holds certification from the University of British Columbia to perform Gunn IMS dry needling. Amy deCorte holds certification from McMaster University in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture. Emma Tallman has credentialed at Western University in the Integrated Dry Needling (IDN) program. Miriam McLean holds qualification from Kinetacore in Functional Dry Needling. Jane Hendriksen holds qualifications from Acupuncture Canada. Sam Hanna holds qualification from Contemporary Medical Acupuncture.