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Hello, my name is Natalia.

 

Are you looking for pain relief? We have helped many people alleviate their pain by providing a functional medical treatment system to relieve Back & Muscle Pain, Arthritis, Osteoporosis, Fibromyalgia and other pain points through various proven therapy treatments, exercises, diet, & medical tests and more. You may also be able to pay for it with your health benefits.

Our Treatment Therapies include:

 

  • Physiotherapy exercises

  • Infrared sauna heat therapy

  • Hydrotherapy infused with Magnesium Flakes
    for muscle relaxation

  • Body Massage infused with Magnesium oil

  • Restorative & Kundalini Yoga

  • Full Blood Panel Test to find
    nutrient and hormone deficiencies

  • Diet, Raw Food & Seed Supplementation to restore
    immune system balance and gut flora

  • Medical Grade Light therapy instruments to improve
    microcirculation in targeted areas

  • Mental training & Meditation techniques to remove stress

  • Bioidentical Hormone analysis and therapy to restore natural hormone levels

Please do not hesitate to ask any questions.


If you would like a free consultation and a tour of our facility please let me know.

 

Address the Many Underlying Causes of Osteoporosis
 

In the past, the cause of osteoporosis was considered a hormonal imbalance (primarily a lack of estrogen). But more and more men are suffering from osteoporosis, and research now clearly shows other underlying causes, among them oxidative stress, elevated blood sugar, inflammation, and components of the metabolic syndrome.

 

Reversing osteoporosis requires an aggressive, comprehensive treatment plan that addresses the multiple underlying factors causing bone loss. Multi-faceted treatment plans that attack the many underlying causes of osteoporosis by incorporating nutrition, supplements, exercise, and, if necessary, hormone therapies, can reverse osteoporosis to some extent. Many experts in natural and integrative medicine have put together powerful osteoporosis treatment plans that comprehensively address underlying causes of osteoporosis by utilizing supplements, diet and lifestyle changes, and sometimes other integrative therapies such as hormone optimization using bioidentical hormones.

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Treating Arthritis


The doctor will likely recommend a course of physical therapies to help you manage some of the symptoms of arthritis.

Treatment for arthritis aims to control pain, minimize joint damage, and improve or maintain function and quality of life.

A range of medications and lifestyle strategies can help achieve this and protect joints from further damage.

Treatment might involve:
 

  • Medications

  • Non-pharmacologic therapies

  • Physical or occupational therapy

  • Splints or joint assistive aids

  • Patient education and support

  • Weight loss

  • A healthful, balanced diet with appropriate exercise,

  • Avoiding smoking, and not drinking excess alcohol

  • Staying physically active

  • Getting regular check-ups with the doctor

  • Protecting joints from unnecessary stress

  • Managing pain and fatigue: a medication regimen can be combined with non-medical pain management.
    Learning to manage fatigue is key to living comfortably with arthritis.

  • Balancing activity with rest: in addition to remaining active, rest is equally important when your disease is active.

  • Improving sleep: poor sleep can aggravate arthritis pain and fatigue. Take steps to improve sleep hygiene so you find it easier to fall asleep and stay asleep. Avoid caffeine and strenuous exercise in the evenings and restrict screen-time just before sleeping.

  • Caring for joints: tips for protecting joints include using the stronger, larger joints as levers when opening doors, using several joints to spread the weight of an object such as using a backpack and gripping as loosely as possible by using padded handles.

  • Do not sit in the same position for long periods. Take regular breaks to keep mobile.

  • Warm water therapy: exercises in a warm-water pool. The water supports weight and puts less pressure on the muscles and joints

  • Occupational therapy: practical advice on managing everyday tasks, choosing specialized aids and equipment, protecting the joints from further damage and managing fatigue.

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Fibromyalgia Treatment
 

Fibromyalgia is a syndrome, each patient will experience a different set of symptoms, and an individual treatment plan will be necessary. Treatment may include some or all of the following:
 

  • An active exercise program

  • Psychotherapy & behavior modification therapy (Meditation)

  • Massage

  • Physical therapy

  • Heat therapy & Hydrotherapy

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Ocean Splash - 1525 Cornwall Rd, Unit 2 Oakville ON L6J0B2 - info@oceansplash.ca - (289) 837-0369