We are pleased to welcome you to our Clinic.

Where we offer Acupuncture, Chiropractic, and Massage Therapy in one convenient downtown Edmonton location.

*We offer evening and weekend appointments.

*All of our talented Practitioners are Licensed and Registered.

*We offer separate or combination appointments. 

*We are pleased to finally announce that we offer Direct Billing!!


We can direct bill for a list of over 20 of the top insurers in Alberta, for any length of appointment and/or including split billing between two disciplines. For a complete list and more information click the direct billing drop down form the menu.

To be set up for direct billing with our clinic we advise you to contact us before you come in for your next appointment as it may take a few days to get everything set up with your insurer. Notify us by calling or texting our main clinic number @ 780-246-0682.


Call us or click the “book an appointment” button to schedule yourself in online and to find out how we can help you feel your best. We promise you will leave rested, rejuvenated and relaxed!


Offering Direct Billing, A big step for our little clinic.


Happy New Year Everyone 🙂 we know were late, but well.. we have been busy planning something special for you for 2020: Direct Billing !!! Yay!!!

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