Effective May 26, 2021 - Message from the College of Chiropractors of Ontario:  The Chief Medical Officer of Health has released Directive #2 for Health Care Providers, dated April 20, 2021 (the “Directive). The Directive addresses “the need to ramp down non-emergent and non-urgent surgeries and procedures in order to preserve system capacity to deal effectively with COVID-19”.

CCO’s understanding, as confirmed in discussions with other regulatory partners, is that the Directive is not intended to stop all non-urgent health care services. The Ministry of Health Emergency Operations Centre has stated that the Directive is intended to preserve health human resources for redeployment to intensive care where needed and to stop procedures that could tax intensive care resources (e.g., procedures that carry higher risks of hospitalization or utilize health human resources that could be redeployed to intensive care).

CCO has asked for further clarification about the Directive. As of now, there is no change or restriction to the current practice of chiropractic in Ontario, consistent with CCO, Ministry of Health and Public Health Ontario guidance. 

Effective December 26,2020 The Ministry of Health and Ontario Government has decided to put the whole province into a red lockdown

Effective July 13, 2020 The Ministry of Health as opened Ontario to Stage 3 allowing gatherings of up to 50 people, and more businesses to open their doors. Amongst the list were fitness centres. We are very excited for this opportunity to open our doors to get everyone back to the gym. As of right now we are not opening up 24-hours, however are working as quickly as possible to review our options and determine how we can open 24-hours and make it safe for everybody.

Effective May 30, 2020 The Ministry of Health today announced that, after approximately 2 1/2 months in which health professionals were limited to providing urgent/emergency and telehealth services only to patients, it has amended Directive #2 to allow for “all deferred and non-essential and elective services carried out by Health Care Providers” to be gradually restarted, subject to a number of requirements contained in the amended Directive (read more from the CCA). We are so excited to be able to open our doors and provide our community with the exceptional service that we have always provided. We have implemented many changes in order to keep our clients, team and community safe; should you have a problem with any of the implementations please email your concerns to: covid-19@integratedhealthhcentre.ca. Starting June 1st, there will be a 5% COVID-19 surcharge to help offset some of the new pandemic related cost, all clients are being asked to wear masks when onsite and there will be passive and active screening for COVID-19 related symptoms, should you be marked with such symptoms you will be asked to leave.

Effective May 11, 2020 after the extension of the state of emergency declared by Premier Doug Ford, Dr. Bair-Patel has extended the clinic hours to Mondays and Wednesdays in order to handle the demand for emergency care.

Our fitness facility continues to be closed for the safety of our team, clients and community members. Our retail store has been given the directive to open because we have a road side entrance. Please continue to use our online store to place your order and reduce contact; however if you would like to try on shoes please call the store (613) 732-3333 ext 2 to book an appointment.

Effective March 17, 2020 Integrated Health Centre closed their doors in order to do their part to aid in the reduction of transmitting the virus.  Our business was deemed non-essential in all aspects of expect for emergency, chronic or acute care cases; as a result Dr. Bair-Patel decided to open one day per week (Wednedays) from 8am - 6pm.



Our focus is on helping to keep our employees healthy.  If you are feeling unwell, please do not visit employees at this office. Feeling unwell includes, but is not limited to, respiratory issues (cough, running nose, fever, shortness of breath). Please do not enter if you have recently travelled outside Canada. You will need to postpone your visit until after 14 days from travel to reduce the risk of spreading infection to our staff. Contact the person you wish to visit for further direction and additional information.

We have virtual meeting tools available to staff. You may be able to arrange for remote participation.If you do enter our office, please follow these hygiene protocols for your safety and ours:·      

  • Wash hands with soap and water before and after entering.·
  • Hand sanitizer is available at our reception desk and throughout our office spaces.·    
  • If you cough or sneeze, use a tissue or into your bended elbow and wash or sanitize your hands immediately afterwards.·      
  • No shaking of hands, hugging, or touching.·      
  • All visitors must sign in and out. Thanks for helping to keep us all healthy and safe.
Dez Bair-Patel

Dez Bair-Patel

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