Manotick is moving!! On October 27th to the new Manotick Medical Centre above the Shoppers Drug Mart at 5230 Mitch Owens Dr. The new location is much larger and will be able to provide a multi-discipline approach including physiotherapy, registered massage therapy, personal training and chiropractic care.
Laser treatment can be very beneficial for a variety of issues (swelling, tendinitis, bursitis, arthritis, ligament sprains/tears, muscle strains/tears, low back pain) as it aids in cell regeneration, which is a key part of the healing process. The Hunt Club location currently offers laser therapy. Call 613-521-5215 to book your appointment.
Lymphedema treatment is available at our Carleton Place location as our massage therapist Nicole has taken appropriate courses to treat these issues. Call 613-253-5215 to book an appointment.
Back on Track clinics are leading the way in concussion treatment and management with our multidisciplinary approach to patient care. Contact us for more information.
Hunt Club Back on Track is a preferred clinic for the Myndmove Therapy by Myndtec. Myndmove is an exciting new therapy for stroke rehab that uses functional electrical stimulation (FES) to improve arm and hand function. If you are interested in learning more contact the Hunt Club location (613-521-5215).
Findley Creek would like to welcome Dr. Jason Lilly to their location! He will be providing chiropractic care. Dr. Lilly has 15 years of chiropractic experience.
Come out and support the Carleton Place Junior A Canadians! The team is off to a great start this season. Back on Track employees are aiding with on ice injury management and off ice treatment for the team. Contact us for more details.
Our Carleton Place location welcomes two new physiotherapists to our family! Kendra Brown and Leah Hellyer, recent graduates from Queen’s and Western respectively, are looking forward to applying their knowledge to our rehabilitation setting.
Back on Track recently took part in the Brett Pearson Run, For Your Life. It was a great event, promoting mental health and suicide awareness. If you ever feel like you are in the dark, do not hesitate to talk to someone! Open ears are always available for those in need.