Health Screening Clinics

The Reh-Fit is focused on helping you create a well-rounded healthy life. These clinics provide you with information on your risk of developing a variety of chronic diseases or conditions. Once you’ve completed a clinic, we recommend you take your results and review with your family physician.

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Realign: Knocked Kneed or Bow Legged Screening and Correction

Are you knocked kneed or bow legged? These anatomical dysfunctions can lead to knee arthritis, meniscus and ligament injury. You can correct know these anatomical dysfunction with exercise. Join us for a brief screening of your lower extremity and learn what exercises you can perform to correct these imbalances and realign your lower leg. Register online or at the Reception Desk and book an appointment. Spots are limited.

Wednesday, September 20
10:00 am- 12:00 pm

Falls Risk Assessment

Did you know that 1/3 people over the age of 65 who fall and end up in the hospital, stay in the hospital? Do you know what your risk of falling is? Come join our very own Physiotherapist Amandev Dhesi and see test how good your balance is. Register online or at the Reception Desk and book an appointment. Spots are limited.

Friday, September 29
11:00 am – 1:00 pm

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Shoulder and Scapular Movement Screen

What is the root cause of your shoulder pain? The shoulder is an incredibly complex joint and can be affected by poor movement in your spine, scapula and neck.  Attend our free movement screen for a brief analysis of your upper limb mechanics and what you can do to reduce your risk of shoulder injury and exercises to help improve your function Register online or at the Reception Desk and book an appointment. Spots are limited.

Wednesday, November 8
10:00 am – 12:30 pm

On her decision to attend a Skin Cancer Screening Clinic, Dayle said:

“I am so thankful that I attend the Reh-Fit and very grateful for the screening clinic,” she says. “Because of the early detection, the cancer was not life-threatening. This screening saved my life.”