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Denise Semple and Associates is a multidisciplinary healthcare clinic offering Physiotherapy, Naturopathic Medicine, Registered Massage Therapy, Manual Osteopathy, Acupuncture and Exercise Therapy. We can work with you individually or in collaboration to get to the root cause of any of the following conditions and more. Our goal is to help you Feel Better, Move Better and Live Better.

Vestibular Therapy

Are you unable to participate in things you love because you are afraid of losing your balance? Are you frustrated with feeling dizzy? If you have vertigo, dizziness, or balance problems you may have injured your vestibular system. This can result from head trauma, inner ear issues, and/or infections, diseases, aging, stroke or brain injury, and medications. A vestibular disorder can range from mild to severe and can last from seconds to minutes to days.
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Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

Pelvic floor dysfunction is very common in the general population but most people are too shy to talk about it. Pelvic floor muscles support your bowel, bladder, sexual function, and even contribute to your core strength. Pelvic Floor Dysfunction can be the cause of painful intercourse, chronic lower back pain, and bladder leakage. Since this topic isn’t openly discussed it can lead to feelings of embarrassment and uneasiness.
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Headaches

Headaches are a broad term to describe pain in any region of the head. In some cases, the pain can be debilitating and may cause nausea or vomiting.

The term headache is a broad term that describes pain in any region of the head. There are over ten types of headaches with one of the most well known being migraines. If you suffer from headaches then your lifestyle, genetics, or environmental factors may be at play.

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Arthritis

Arthritis is swelling and tenderness in one or more of your joints and can occur anywhere in the body. There are 3 main types of arthritis and DSANDA can help with them all!

Arthritis is a painful condition that can affect your daily movements and functioning by causing swelling and tenderness in the joints of your body. Pushing a grandchild on a swing, baking, grip strength, sports, and a healthy active lifestyle can all be affected by arthritis. With age, pain and stiffness associated with arthritis get worse. Arthritis can be caused by different root health issues which means treatment for this condition should be tailored to your specific type of arthritis.

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Upper Back Pain

Upper back pain can cause a dull burning or sharp sensation leaving you feeling uncomfortable and reaching for pain relievers.

Upper and/or middle back pain can be aggregated when you do activities that involve your upper back muscles. Others notice aching after a long day of sedentary work at their desk. Upper back pain can be due to overused muscles, poor posture, and other triggers making it very uncomfortable to complete everyday tasks. You may not notice your back pain until you engage in golf, tennis, or other leisure activities. Or you may be one of the unfortunate people who wake up in the morning to back pain.

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Lower Back Pain

At least 4 out of 5 adults will experience back pain between the ages of 30 and 40 resulting in decreased mobility and a sedentary lifestyle.

Your lumbar spine or lower back provides strength, flexibility, mobility, and support to your body. Lower back pain is so common that even children can experience it. Pain in this region of your lumbar can be dull and achy, sharp, movement restricting, or in some cases radiating pain and/or numbness down the legs. Lower back pain can be associated with heaving lifting or new activities but in some cases, the pain and dysfunction slowly build over time. .

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Metabolic Syndrome

Metabolic Syndrome is a cluster of metabolic disorders that can increase your risk of disease including heart disease, stroke, and type 2 diabetes.

Most people don’t fret about their health, but as we age it is easy for conditions to sneak up that put you at risk for long-term disease or illness. Conditions like increased blood pressure, high blood sugar, excess abdominal weight, and abnormal cholesterol can all add up resulting in Metabolic Syndrome.

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Postpartum Depression

A new baby brings a lot of changes in your life. Whether you are suffering from Postpartum Depression or Baby Blues you aren’t alone and you shouldn’t have to go through it alone.

Getting ready for the arrival of a new baby is exciting. You have spent weeks or months of anticipation dreaming about what life will be like once you can hold and snuggle your sweet baby. Unfortunately, postpartum depression isn’t always predictable and is out of your control. Maybe this is your first true episode of depression, your delivery didn’t go as anticipated, you may be having a hard time bonding to the baby, your romantic relationship goes through new challenges, and sometimes adding a new baby to a household with other children can be exhausting. You aren’t alone!

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Hip Pain

Hip pain affects almost 30,000 Canadians yearly and costs around $650 million in pain intervention and care.

Hip pain is uncomfortable, it affects your mobility, your ability to stand for prolonged periods, and can also affect your sleep. Hip pain is a general term to describe pain in and around your hip joint. Age, excess weight, sports injuries, disease, and trauma are all contributing factors to hip pain.

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Dizziness

Dizziness is more than just an annoyance, it can increase your risk of falling and sustaining an injury.

Dizziness is a general term used to describe a cluster of symptoms that can be caused by several underlying health issues. It is common for a patient to feel dizzy without having a diagnosis of the root cause of the problem. Dizziness can impede your ability to participate in activities of daily living and can also leave you feeling vulnerable and anxious. Dizziness can also increase your risk of falling and injuring yourself.

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If you are interested in a same day appointment, please contact our office at 905-639-7113 or info@dsanda.ca

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3070 Mainway #2 Burlington, ON L7M 1A3

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Working Hours

Monday 9:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Wednesday 8:30 AM - 8:30 PM
Thursday 9:30 AM - 8:00 PM
Friday 7:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Saturday 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM