In addition to chiropractic care, CMCC's Campus Clinic offers:
Our multidisciplinary team of health care professionals can deliver the most current WSIB Programs of care. For employers, we provide a broad range of ergonomic and pre-employment assessments.
Dr. Craig Jacobs , a fellow of Clinical Sciences and CMCC Clinic Director, provides acupuncture and dry needling (IMS). Acupuncture decreases pain by stimulating nerves and increases the release of the body’s pain relieving chemicals by the insertion of fine, sterile needles into the skin. Acupuncture is also believed to cause local tissue changes to stimulate healing. Dry needling/Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) uses acupuncture needles to deactivate trigger points and decrease pain.
Location: Campus Clinic
Phone 416 482 2546
Clinic Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 4:15 p.m. - 7:15 p.m. : Friday 7:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
CMCC is fortunate to have sport specialists on faculty at Campus Clinic and other locations. Fellows of the Royal College of Sports Sciences work with athletes of all levels and are recognized as experts by the Canadian Olympic Committee.
Do you have hip or knee osteoarthritis? GLA:D Canada is a program for all individuals who experience any severity of hip and/or knee osteoarthritis symptoms.
Learn more about the GLA:D program at CMCC or visit the official GLA:D Canada website.
CMCC has radiology experts at Campus Clinic, where CMCC runs a professional radiograph interpretation services for chiropractors. Patients requiring X-ray may have them taken on Campus according to the following fee schedule, also used for professional interpretation by Dr. Bill Hsu.