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If you have questions about any of our services, please contact your local Lifemark clinic. Talk to us, and we’ll help you figure out whether you can benefit from our wide range of therapists and treatments.
Your appointment length will vary depending on your service. Please contact your local clinic to find out more.
You do not need a referral to be treated at one of our clinics. However, if you have extended health care, you should check to see if they require one when submitting receipts for reimbursement.
We have over 100 clinics from coast to coast with convenient hours and easy-to-access locations. Find the nearest clinic offering the service you need by searching our interactive map.
Please contact your local clinic to ask about current rates.
Some of our services may be covered by government funding sources, automobile insurance, extended health care plans and workers’ compensation. Our clinics are happy to assist you in determining which coverage options you may qualify for, such as Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) and Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC for motor vehicle accidents).
Please check with the clinic in your area to find out if your treatment is covered by OHIP.
Most health insurance providers reimburse all or a portion of treatment fees. We’re happy to sit down with you and help you figure out your coverage. We can also help you navigate all the claims details and documentation required by your insurer.
Please confirm your coverage by reviewing your benefits package with your employer or contacting your extended health care company. Please note that your provider may require a doctor’s referral. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
Generally we recommend that you come wearing comfortable, loose-fitting clothes. In many cases, we’ll need to assess how you move. So, for example, if we’re treating your knee, bring a pair of shorts so we can get a good look. Shoulder injury? A tank top or camisole is a good bet. For sessions where you’re going to be moving around a lot, workout wear is a good idea.
The first visit is always an assessment – it’s where we figure out what’s wrong and what kind of treatment you’ll need. We will probably ask you lots of questions, watch how you move, ask about your pain, injuries, etc. Treatment will generally start on your second visit.