Providing excellent care for you is our number one priority and that includes providing a safe environment for you to feel comfortable in. It will look a little different but we are with you each step of the way!
Here's what you can expect:
Here's what you can expect:
1. Booking an appointment
As usual, you can book an appointment online, by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the office at 705-222-3737 (please be aware call volumes have been high so online booking and emailing are preferred).
IMPORTANT: Reminder emails will be sent 24hrs in advance with a COIVD-19 Screening Tool embedded in the email. You must fill this form out prior to attending the appointment. Please contact us if you do not difficulty with this form or do not receive it.
You will notice that the appointment time-slots are spaced out to ensure appropriate time for sanitation between appointments.
Virtual appointments will also remain an option if you prefer.
2. Prior to your appointment
Prior to your appointment you will be contacted by our office and asked some standard screening questions. These questions will include the following:
If you responded yes to any of the questions, please cancel your appointment for at least 14 days, complete the Ontario Government Self-Assessment, contact your family physician, Public Health, or Telehealth Ontario.
3. At your appointment
Upon arrival, please remain in your car until just before your appointment to help us decrease the number of people in the waiting room.
We ask that you wear a mask, cloth or disposable; however, if this is not possible please let our office know. Please use hand sanitizer upon entering and exiting the clinic.
You will once again be asked the standard COVID-19 Screening Tool questions by our staff.
Exchange of paper (including receipts) will be minimized. We are recommending emailed copies. For payment, we ask that you use only debit or credit card as no cash payments will be received at this time.
Concussion patients, your medical follow-up appointments with Dr. Tara Baldisera or Shannon Kenrick-Rochon will continue using the OTN (online) system. They will be in touch with you regarding your appointments.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns.
Drs. Jairus Quesnele and Sarah Tkachuk
Dr. Tara Baldisera, MD (Concussion clinic)
Shannon Kenrick-Rochon, NP (Concussion clinic)
We are GROWING!
Dr. Sarah Tkachuk, DC
WELCOME Chiropractic Associate:
Dr. Renée Landry, BSc, DC
Spinal and MSK Expertise
Chiropractic is a primary contact health care profession emphasizing differential diagnosis, patient-centred care, and research, with expert knowledge in spine and musculoskeletal health. Chiropractors assess disorders related to the spine, nervous system, and joints to provide a diagnosis and treatment. Treatment often includes a combination of manual therapies, rehabilitative exercises, soft tissue therapies, and education among other treatment techniques.
Vision or Health Goals
Dr. Quesnele's goal is to educate patients about their issue; formulate a plan with them to help reduce the risk of recurrent bouts of pain; guide them in self-management strategies; and reduce their symptoms with the end goal of enhancing their function.
As a Chiropractic Clinical Specialist,
Dr. Quesnele is an expert in clinical consulting and research, and is skillfully suited to participate in multidisciplinary environments.
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Conservative Spine Expert
A Conservative Spine Expert is a clinician who manages spinal disorders without surgery in an inter-professional atmosphere. Dr. Quesnele applies the best available scientific literature to help determine the ideal treatments and appropriate referrals.
A Musculoskeletal Expert has extensive training and knowledge in the realm of musculoskeletal disorders and sports medicine. Dr. Quesnele understands the importance of an accurate diagnosis leading to the best treatment options and fastest recovery.