Welcome to Denise Semple & Associates Healthcare Clinic
Thank you Burlington for honouring us with 10 awards in the 2018 Burlington Post Readers Choice Awards! These include Diamond in the category of Best Massage Therapy Clinic for the 8th year, as well as 8 Therapists winning awards for being the best in their fields!
Thank you Burlington, for your incredible support!”
Our team of registered healthcare practitioners offer the best quality care in a safe, comfortable, relaxing environment. Your well-being is our primary concern. You will be treated by competent and certified therapists who are members in good standing within their professional colleges. (College of Massage Therapists of Ontario, College of Physiotherapists of Ontario, and College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario and the Ontario Association of Consultants, Counsellors, Psychometrists and Psychotherapists, Society of Osteopaths of Canada and National Manual Osteopathic Society, and The College of Naturopaths of Ontario).
Good news! We are able to submit on behalf of clients to most insurance providers. This means you should be able to receive your reimbursement faster than before. Please contact our office for more details. 905.639.7113 or email@example.com.
Some insurers require a Doctor or Physician’s referral. Please check with your plan provider prior to your first visit.
Laps of Love is a non-profit campaign to raise awareness for Dystonia- a rare neuromuscular disorder that affects over 50,000 patients in Canada for which there is limited expertise amongst the medical and paramedical communities (i.e. massage therapy, physiotherapy, osteopathy, etc)
My daughters were the main inspiration to my campaign, Laps of Love. They would come to my swim practices and swim meets and cheer so loudly and scream “go mommy go, we love you!”. When I am struggling with practices or I am having trouble because of my symptoms, they stand at the end of the deck saying, ” you can do it mommy, we love you!” or “take a break mommy”. Each lap I swam, I would touch the wall and look up and my daughters would be smiling at me with two thumbs up. Each lap was fueled by love, hence the campaign name. One day after my swim, I sat on the deck dangling my feet in the water looking at the starting blocks feeling defeated. I remember thinking that there had to be some way raising awareness and connecting with the community. That’s when I started to journal my ideas and Laps of Love was born.
My mission is train, swim and race to raise $10,000.00 and by swimming a dollar a lap (that’s 10,00 laps) I will spread the awareness for dystonia and support the ongoing research by the Dystonia Medical Research Foundation of Canada. On September 8, I hope to have this goal completed and if not, this day will be a day I will be swimming to complete the challenge. This is close to my heart, as after suffering a silent stroke in 2013, I was diagnosed with hemi-facial spasm and cervical dystonia in 2014.
If I am successful, I will meet people along the way who want to take part and help me take what started as an idea and turn it into an annual campaign and spreading the awareness.
If you would like to know more about my story and Laps of Love, I invite you to check out my website: www.lapsoflove.ca
With Extended Hours
Monday 7:00a – 9:00p
Tuesday 9:00a – 9:00p
Wednesday 7:00a – 9:00p
Thursday 8:00a – 9:00p
Friday 7:00a – 9:00p
Saturday 8:30a – 5:00p
Sunday 9:00a – 4:00p
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Learn About Runners Knee
Runners Knee occurs when pain is felt directly around or under the knee cap. Despite its name, Runners Knee doesn’t only affect runners!