During the COVID-19 Pandemic - Regulated Health Professionals are deemed essential, and as such, Yonge & Wellness will remain OPEN.

To ensure the health and safety of our team, clients and communities, we have implemented a number of health and safety policies and procedures. To find out more about this, please see our Newsletter

On this calendar, you will be able to see available appointments, and you are able to book directly up to 3 hours ahead of appointment times. Last minute appointment? Please call us at 905-882-7685 or email us at info@yongeandwellness.com. Alternatively, you can add yourself to the waitlist through Jane, as we are often able to accommodate last minute bookings.

To see more information about the regulations for Chiropractors in Ontario please visit: CCO

To see more information about the regulations for Massage Therapists in Ontario please visit: CMTO

To see more information about the regulations for Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario please visit: CTCMPAO

Massage Therapy

Massage therapy techniques can positively influence the evolution of the body and mind to heal. Massage is both preventative and responsive to injury. Through intake, assessment, treatment, and education, your registered massage therapist *RMT* will develop a treatment plan specific and essential to you. We treat all people and all ages.


Chiropractic

The practice of chiropractic is the assessment of conditions related to the spine, *nervous system and joints*, and the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of illness and dysfunction. Our chiropractors utilize orthopaedic assessment to direct their hands-on treatment approach, supplemented by acupuncture and other ancillary devices.


Acupuncture and/or TCM

Acupuncture treatments address not only the symptoms but also the total body condition. The aim of the treatment is to re-balance the body and to restore its harmonious function. Traditional Chinese Medicine helps to promote proper functioning of the body and to stimulate the body’s own natural healing. Acupuncture treatments serve to benefit a number of health problems such as Chronic and Acut... Read More

Acupuncture treatments address not only the symptoms but also the total body condition. The aim of the treatment is to re-balance the body and to restore its harmonious function. Traditional Chinese Medicine helps to promote proper functioning of the body and to stimulate the body’s own natural healing. Acupuncture treatments serve to benefit a number of health problems such as Chronic and Acute Pain, Anxiety and Sleep Disorders, Internal Disorders, Infertility, Insomnia, Trigger Finger and many other musculosketal injuries.


Acupuncture with RMT

Acupuncture is the perfect adjunctive service to massage therapy. It's application is directed at the nervous systems of the body to affect change. Primary consideration for treatment is pain or restriction. Our dually trained practitioners use acupuncture to enhance results within massage therapy treatments.


Fascial Stretch Therapy with RMT

Receiving FST treatment can help to achieve optimal flexibility, strength, performance, and pain relief. 60 min is for Upper Body or Lower Body & 90 min is for the full body. This Treatment requires you to wear comfortably fit clothing i.e. workout attire, leggings, shorts, tank top, t shirt. Fascia is the connective tissue system of the body that surrounds each muscle, connects them to each... Read More

Receiving FST treatment can help to achieve optimal flexibility, strength, performance, and pain relief. 60 min is for Upper Body or Lower Body & 90 min is for the full body. This Treatment requires you to wear comfortably fit clothing i.e. workout attire, leggings, shorts, tank top, t shirt.

Fascia is the connective tissue system of the body that surrounds each muscle, connects them to each other, & penetrates deep inside them. It also connects muscles to organs, tendons, ligaments & bones to form a body wide functional network. Fascial Stretching can give a deeper stretch and improve mobility of your nerves as well as better flexibility of your muscles and fascia.

Chris has been practicing massage therapy since 2004. Chris is well known for his thorough massage treatments and his follow through into designing effective self-care plans. Chris constantly researches the best exercises, stretches, the right therapeutic tool or even another para-medical provider, ensuring he has done everything he can to help his clients feel their best. He comes very highly referred by many clients that try his massage therapy treatments.

Chris has been practicing massage therapy since 2004. Chris is well known for his thorough massag... Read More

Dr. David Veltman-Robert or “Dr. Dave” for short, earned his Doctor of Chiropractic from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) and has completed certification courses in RockBlades soft tissue therapy. In addition, Dr. Dave holds an Honours degree in Kinesiology from McMaster University, where he also worked as a personal trainer, helping varsity-level athletes and beginners alike reach their fitness goals.

Prior to becoming a chiropractor, Dr. Dave worked as a clinical kinesiologist, providing active rehabilitation to patients with a vast array of conditions. He also worked with high-level sports teams, providing onsite care to acute injuries and rehabilitation to promote a safe return to play.

Dr. Dave believes in the power of “exercise as medicine” and brings this philosophy to every treatment. Passionate towards instilling healthy lifestyle habits, he hopes not only to relieve pain and discomfort, but to also provide education preventing future injuries and reoccurring pain.

Dr. Dave has helped numerous patients with chronic pain, complex health issues, sports injuries and everyday aches and pain.

Dr. David Veltman-Robert or “Dr. Dave” for short, earned his Doctor of Chiropractic from Canadian... Read More

Sylvia has been practicing massage therapy since 2004. Sylvia has furthered her massage therapy practice with the addition of “Contemporary Medical Acupuncture” studied at the McMaster University in Hamilton. Her unique treatments that can incorporate both acupuncture and massage therapy in one treatment often lend to finally getting to those muskuloskeletal problems that have been ailing you for too long. As well, previous experience with being a ‘doula’ and following many woman throughout their pregnancies has allowed her to specialize in prenatal massage therapy.

Sylvia has been practicing massage therapy since 2004. Sylvia has furthered her massage therapy p... Read More

Priyanshi is a registered massage therapist and graduate from Sutherland-Chan School and Teaching Clinic. Priyanshi also holds a degree in Kinesiology from McMaster University.

As a natural transition from being a competitive gymnast at a young age, to being a coach for competitive gymnasts, her passion for working on bodies-in-motion became a reality. Through her clinical experiences, Priyanshi has assessed and treated clients with chronic conditions, such as: osteoarthritis, degenerative disc disease, and SI joint dysfunctions. In sports clinic and through her continuing exposure to competitive athletes, her focused treatments allow her to reduce muscle imbalances and provide strengthening techniques to reduce pain and improve biomechanics of movement.

In addition to her work as an RMT and a gymnastics coach, Priyanshi works with therapeutic (kinesio) taping techniques to aid in pain relief, relax and facilitate muscles, aid in recovering from injury, all the while supporting joints and reducing inflammation. Taping can be an adjunctive therapy to an RMT treatment

Priyanshi is a registered massage therapist and graduate from Sutherland-Chan School and Teaching... Read More

Dr. Hilary Kwan is a graduate from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in Toronto. Prior to that she attended the University of Toronto and graduated with Honours Bachelor of Science Degree in Neuroscience and Integrative Biology. Dr. Kwan is certified in the Webster Technique and Clinical Acupuncture with a foundation in Traditional Chinese Medicine. She is also trained in the Activator technique. Dr. Kwan is passionate about promoting and optimizing health and wellness in and out of the workplace. Her unique approach to patient care utilizes the most up-to-date evidence-based treatment methodology to provide optimal recovery and performance. Dr. Kwan adopts a combination of chiropractic manipulative therapy, acupuncture, muscle release therapy, sports taping, and exercise therapy in her treatments. Dr. Kwan’s treatment specialties include acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions such as neck and low back pain, headaches, and temporomandibular joint dysfunction. Dr. Kwan is particularly interested in prenatal and postnatal chiropractic care. Her current ongoing professional development includes pediatric chiropractic care. Dr. Kwan strongly believes Chiropractic care is not only a treatment for pain relief, but also a support system to achieve healthier personal lifestyle.

Dr. Hilary Kwan is a graduate from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in Toronto. ... Read More

Joseph Kong, R.TCMP, R.Ac has been delivering quality acupuncture and herbal medicine services in the Greater Toronto Area since 2002. Joseph obtained his professional training from the Ontario College of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, and practiced acupuncture treatment at Guangzhou University, China.

Acupuncture treatments address not only the symptoms but also the total body condition. The aim of the treatment is to re-balance the body and to restore its harmonious function. Traditional Chinese Medicine helps to promote proper functioning of the body and to stimulate the body’s own natural healing. Acupuncture treatments serve to benefit a number of health problems such as Chronic and Acute Pain, Anxiety and Sleep Disorders, Internal Disorders, Infertility, Insomnia, Trigger Finger, and many other musculoskeletal injuries.

Joseph Kong, R.TCMP, R.Ac has been delivering quality acupuncture and herbal medicine services in... Read More

Carly is a graduate of York University’s Kinesiology and Health Science and Athletic Therapy programs. Carly has completed her Massage Therapy program at the Ontario College of Health and Technology and is registered to the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO).

With training in athletic therapy, Carly has worked with athletes of all levels, from tyke football to Masters track world record holders. With expertise in concussions and taping, Carly is currently working with football, cheerleading, and roller derby clubs.

Her interest in concussions arose from a personal experience; knowing how difficult it can be to overcome concussion symptoms inspires her to help others. She has created and implemented concussion protocols for local sport clubs.

Carly has experience with the industrial athlete; she worked inside a car manufacturing plant treating line workers with over-use injuries. Using both, hands-on and active treatments, she was able to help many workers return to work, not just pain free, but stronger and more resilient.

As an adjunct to her massage therapy practice, Carly has introduced “Cupping”. Cupping therapy is a type of negative pressure massage where suction is applied to the surface of the body using silicone cups. Cupping is said to improve blood circulation, lymphatic flow throughout the body and increases relaxation.

Carly Goldberg RMT now provides Acupuncture treatments - she advanced her skills and finished her Functional Integrated Acupuncture Certificate in November 2020.

Carly is a graduate of York University’s Kinesiology and Health Science and Athletic Therapy prog... Read More

Brandon Diep is a Registered Massage Therapist and graduate from Sutherland-Chan School and teaching clinic. Brandon also graduated from York University with a degree in Kinesiology.

Brandon started athletics at 5 years old. Starting with martial arts and transitioning into basketball and football in his later years. Brandon has been in the health and fitness field for the past 5 years as a personal trainer and an RMT. He uses his Kinesiology and personal training background to find muscular and postural imbalances. He then uses his massage therapy expertise to correct these imbalances and help you move more efficiently and pain free.

Brandon is a well rounded therapist but specializes in deep tissue massage, sports related injuries and overuse/postural injuries. Brandon uses a variety of different techniques such as deep tissue, joint mobilizations, muscle activation, dynamic release and stretching techniques. He has experience working with client as young as 12 and as old as 90.

Brandon Diep is a Registered Massage Therapist and graduate from Sutherland-Chan School and teach... Read More

Jenny is a Registered Massage Therapist, a graduate from Sutherland-Chan School and Teaching Clinic. Jenny also holds a Biological Science degree from the University of Toronto.

Jenny pursued massage therapy as she was inspired by the resiliency and adaptability of the human body to life stressors. She is passionate to help you reach your goals by improving the way you move so you can live a life free of pain and injuries. Through her manual techniques and movement programming, she is committed to helping you achieve your goals.

Outside of the clinic, you can find her working out, planning her next trip or discovering new dessert cafes.

Jenny is a Registered Massage Therapist, a graduate from Sutherland-Chan School and Teaching Clin... Read More

Arielle is a graduate from Sutherland-Chan School and Teaching Clinic. She has been working at Yonge & Wellness since 2013. Arielle has acquired extensive practical experience utilizing Swedish Massage and Connective Tissue techniques, Hydrotherapies, Therapeutic Exercise and Lymph Drainage. Through her clinical experiences, Arielle has had the opportunity to work with a variety of clients and conditions ranging from stress relief, the elderly, MS patients, various musculoskeletal injuries, post surgical patients, cancer patients, and pre/post natal women.

Arielle has found a passion for working with scar tissue. Alleviating discomfort due to tight connective tissue, reduced range of motion, trapped swelling, and other concerns, Arielle has worked with clients sporting a variety of scars caused by accidents, cancer, breast augmentation/reduction, and other surgeries. Arielle also really enjoys working with pre and post natal women, helping to ease their journey into motherhood using a combination of Swedish and Breast Massage, Lymph Drainage, Connective Tissue work, and Therapeutic Exercise. Arielle also offers hot stone treatments for deeper therapy and relaxation.

Arielle is a graduate from Sutherland-Chan School and Teaching Clinic. She has been working at Yo... Read More

Sara Nugent, RMT graduated from the Georgian College Massage Therapy program, she also holds an undergraduate degree from Wilfred Laurier University.

Through a blend of theoretical and hands-on experiences, Sara gained the knowledge, skills, beliefs, and values necessary to meet the requirements to practice massage therapy in Ontario.

Sara has received training with a wide array of clientele, from individuals recovering from stroke, those living with fibromyalgia and chronic pain, to people experiencing TMJ dysfunction, headaches, and postural imbalances. Sara’s main focus as a practitioner is to help people restore functional movement and achieve optimal wellness. With the increasing effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on mental health, it is proven that massage therapy helps to alleviate symptoms of stress, anxiety, and depression. Sara offers treatment incorporating modalities such as Swedish Massage, Myofascial release, Connective Tissue techniques, hydrotherapy, and aromatherapy to assist in the further regulation of the nervous system.

Sara Nugent, RMT graduated from the Georgian College Massage Therapy program, she also holds an ... Read More

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