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An initial visit is typically 60 minutes in length. Your chiropractor will start by asking questions to form a complete health history and overall current health. They may ask questions about what brought you to the office, how your condition is affecting your day-to-day life, surgeries or traumas you may have had, medications you are taking, diet and exercise etc. It is a good idea to wear comfortable clothing and shoes. The chiropractor may perform tests like a blood pressure check, a test of your reflexes, strength and sensation, an analysis of your posture, orthopedic tests, an analysis of your movement and a hands on evaluation of how well your spine moves. Your chiropractor will then recommend a course of treatment specific to your condition. It should be a collaborative conversation on the best course of action for you. If they think your condition is better suited to treatment from another health care provider, they may make a referral. After the two of you decide on a treatment plan, the first visit usually includes treatment that may include spinal manipulation, soft tissue therapy, modalities and/or exercise recommendations.


Initial Visit

Follow-up visits are typically 15 minutes in length. These visits start with a conversation of how your condition is progressing and how you are responding to treatment. Your chiropractor will then perform a quick assessment to find any restrictions as well as any tight/tender muscles. They will then perform the manual therapy that is outlined in your treatment plan. Nutritional counselling, recommendations  for rehabilitation exercises as well as injury prevention may be provided at each visit.


Subsequent Visits

According to the College of Chiropractors of Ontario, re-assessments must be performed AT LEAST every 24 visits. These visits are extremely important to ensure your care is meeting your needs and you are progressing appropriately. This appointment can be informal but should include some of the same testing that was done at your first appointment to show changes that chiropractic care has made to your condition. These appointments are like progress reports and should be a regular occurrence at your chiropractors office. Another opportunity for a re-assessment is if you have not been in the clinic for >6 months or are experiencing a new condition. In these cases it is always advised to allow your doctor to update your health records, perform an exam and update your treatment plan to ensure you are getting the best care possible.



Acupuncture involves the insertion of very thin needles through your skin at strategic points on the body. It is used for pain relief and can be effective for low back pain, neck pain, headaches, osteoarthritis and chronic pain. Acupuncture may be combined with adjustments and other manual therapy depending on your specific treatment plan. 



Knox is now offering treatment to those claiming through Motor Vehicle Insurance as well as through the Workplace Safety Insurance Board. Our chiropractors have the necessary registration numbers and training to walk you through this trying time. Assessment forms and paperwork get sent directly to the insurance boards and billing is done through the clinic.

Motor Vehicle Accidents/WSIB

Massage Therapy



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Manual Lymphatic Drainage

MLD is a gentle massage technique used to improve lymph flow. Our lymphatic system is a series of vessels that collects, cleans and disposes of swelling and waste fluid throughout the body. Collection starts in the smallest of these vessels which are located in the sin. The gentle skin focused MLD techniques stimulate the suctions mechanism of these vessels, allowing them to vacuum up excess fluid, shortening the healoing/recovery time. The rhythmic nature of this technique also stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system (relaxation and repair) helping to decrease anxiety and increase the immune system. This combination of effects makes MLD suitable for an endless list of ailments, including migraines, sinus issues, chronic illness and injury/surgeries.

60 Minutes: $130

90 Minutes: $175

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Custom Orthotics


Foot Levelers custom orthotics are individually designed for your feet- no two pair are alike! Through 3D scans performed in the office, custom orthotics are handmade to help achieve a balanced foundation and a stabilized pelvis.
The orthotics we offer support all 3 arches of the foot, which make up the plantar vault. Research and clinical experience have shown these high quality orthotics to be extremely effective in reducing low back pain and other forms of pain typically related to foot conditions.

These orthotics can be designed for all walks of life- from flip flops to steel toed boots, we can order the orthotics that best suit your needs.  

If you have been prescribed orthotics or think they can benefit you, talk to us today for more information and to get your feet scanned.

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Naturopathic Medicine

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Initial Visit

An initial visit is typically 60 minutes in length. Your naturopath will ask you a wide range of questions about your overall health and wellness. You will discuss any issues you have been having and recommendations will be made regarding nutrition, lifestyle and further investigation, like blood work. You should leave this assessment with a better understanding of your overall health and have an individualized plan in place for improvements.


Subsequent Visits

Follow-up visits are typically 30 minutes in length.



Acupuncture is offered for many different conditions. Facial acupuncture for fine lines and wrinkles is also offered.


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