Palmdale Health Centre





    Palmdale Health Centre has provided excellent professional service to our surrounding communities for over 13 years.We pride ourselves in the knowledge and wisdom that touch is an elemental dimension of our human existence and absolutely necessary to enhance the creative, self-organizing healing potential in each one of us.

    Palmdale Health Centre has been a trusted source of effective skin care therapy for many years. We pride ourselves on providing practical knowledge and helpful recommendations dispensed by a team of professionally trained and certified practitioners committed to offering best care and solutions for our clients skin needs.

    We also specialize in sports therapy, accident recovery and chronic pain management. We offer Chiropractic, Physiotherapy, Acupuncture, Registered Massage Therapy, Low Intensity Laser Therapy, Registered Nutritionist Consultations.  Multidisciplinary team care convey many benefits to both the patient and the health care professionals, this includes improve health outcomes and enhance satisfaction for clients and the more efficient use of resources and enhanced job satisfaction for team.

    We use natural (and organic when possible) lotions, soaps, and cleaning supplies.   

    We provide services for everyone from newborn to the elderly. Treatment type is geared to the individual needs including: pregnancy massage, trigger point treatments, deep tissue massage, postural realignment and stress management.

    Laser Therapy is a pain-free, non surgical approach to relief from soft tissue injury to chronic pain that works by stimulating and accelerating the body's natural healing process.  Unlike most pharmaceutical solutions, low intensity laser therapy is curative rather than simply masking symptoms.


    Physiotherapy services are now offered at Palmdale Health Centre, physiotherapy can help to become stronger and more flexible, reduce pain, stay active, treat and prevent injuries. The modalities used in physiotherapy today have evolved, in today's complex world physiotherapy interventions has its own specialized techniques and is based on scientific evidence. Physiotherapy includes rehabilitation as well as prevention of injury, and promoting health and fitness. Its main interest and objectives is to identify and maximise the quality of life and potantial for movement for each and every individual in addition to adaptation and rehabilitation.  

    Physiotherapist are highly trained health care professionals that have  advanced knowlege of the body and how is functioning, a physiotherapist assess, diagnose and treat injuries and disorders. Our physiotherapist educate patiens on their condition, guide patient to get well and stay well. 

    The physiotherapist use a number of modalities which may include: soft tissue mobilization, hot and cold therapy, electrical stimulation, exercise ROM, strengthening, dry needling, ultrasound and IFC.

    Massage Therapy is an enjoyable and effective treatment for many conditions that cause stress, muscle or joint discomfort.

    Massage therapy uses a variety of hands on techniques that apply stretch and pressure to soft tissues to relieve pain and maintain or improve physical function of muscles and joints.  

    When we perform daily tasks and physical activities, our muscles are contracting repeatedly by way of nerve signals sent from the brain and chemical reactions within the muscle tissue.  When you strain a muscle, part of the muscle fiber is damaged through rupture of the muscle cell membrane, which releases an excess of chemical mediators for muscle contraction, and the result is continued contraction of the muscle, even after activity and movement has stopped.  Muscles shorten and lengthen with joint movement but the sustained shortening after strain causes decrease in flexibility and decrease in blood flow and elimination of metabolic waste products through the muscles.  This creates an uncomfortable stiffness and sore feeling, strain on joints, ultimately making you more susceptible to muscular injury/re-injury.  The same thing occurs after prolonged activity, even if you do not think you have strained a muscle.  The prolonged use of muscles shortens them and does not allow for sufficient blood flow, oxygen flow and removal of metabolic waste, which leads to formation of painful muscle knots.


    • Anxiety and depression
    • Back, leg, shoulder, arm and neck pain
    • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, repetitive strain
    • Chronic Fatigue
    • Fibromyalgia
    • Edema
    • Headaches
    • Arthritis and bursitis
    • Insomnia+
    • Kyphosis, Lordosis, Scoliosis
    • Muscle tension and Spasm
    • Pregnancy
    • Sciatic Pain
    • Sports injuries
    • Strain, sprain
    • Stress and stress related conditions
    • Tendonitis
    • Whiplash
    • TMJ

    Request an Appointment by using our convenient online Appointment Book to schedule your session today!