Why Choose Ascent: Our integrated model gives you access to an entire team of healthcare professionals.

Acupuncture/IMS: We offer both eastern and western styles of acupuncture to enhance natural healing in the body.

Naturopathic Medicine: Take a natural approach to find balance and promote health from within.

Sport Rehabilitation & Physiotherapy: Feel better, move better and perform better with our individualized treatment plans.

Registered Massage Therapy: Find relief for aches and pains with therapeutic massage.

Chiropractic Care: We are experts in diagnosing and treating conditions related to the spine and musculoskeletal systems.

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Ascent Integrative Health


We assess you as a whole person and create a treatment plan based on the latest clinical and scientific research to meet your specific needs. Our commitment goes beyond just relieving symptoms. We are focused on finding and correcting the underlying cases of your problem, and helping your regain vitality and functional ability in your daily activities.


Our team of health care specialists equip you with education, rehabilitation tools, and preventative measures that enable you to become an active participant in your own well-being and health. The clinic is comprised of a team of experienced natural health care professionals who offer a wide scope of practice so your health needs can be met under one roof.


We offer flexible hours at a convenient downtown location on the Plus 15 and along the C-Train line. Our friendly staff are happy to accommodate new patients and assist you with your booking requests.

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