Spring into Action: Reclaim Your Fitness This Season

Spring is in the air, and it’s a beautiful time for new beginnings. After the stillness of winter, it might feel like a challenge to get your body moving again. Whether you’re shaking off the winter blues or dealing with nagging aches and pains, this is the perfect season to prioritize your physical well-being.

Physiotherapist assiting patient through a guided exercise. The patient is holding hand weights and is lying down on a medicine ball.

















At White Pine Health, we understand the challenges that can come with getting back into an active lifestyle. That’s why we offer a comprehensive range of services to help you reach your health goals, including Physiotherapy, Chiropractic, Massage Therapy, Hydrotherapy, Acupuncture, Dry Needling, Custom Braces, Custom Orthotics, and Pre-Natal & Post-Natal Physiotherapy.

Whether it’s an old sports injury, chronic pain, or the desire to feel stronger and more energized, our team is here to help. Our expert practitioners will develop a personalized treatment plan to address the root cause of your discomfort and guide you towards optimal health.

Physiotherapist assisting a patient who is sitting upright.

Here’s how White Pine Health can help you spring into action:

  • Reduce pain: Customized Physiotherapy sessions and hands-on therapies like Massage and Chiropractic can alleviate pain, improve range of motion, and get you back to doing what you love.
  • Increase strength and flexibility: Targeted exercise and movement plans will build strength and flexibility, making everyday activities easier and reducing your risk of future injuries.
  • Optimize recovery: Therapies like Hydrotherapy and Acupuncture can speed up healing, reduce inflammation, and improve your overall well-being.

Don’t let aches and pains hold you back this season. With two convenient locations in Brampton and Woodbridge, White Pine Health makes it easy to get the support you need to feel your best. Let’s make this your most active and enjoyable spring yet!

Tahmineh (Tammy) Kamza

Physiotherapist Dry Needling Provider Hydrotherapist   Tammy graduated from the University of Toronto with an “Honors in Science” and obtained her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in the United States. Her thesis, ‘Effects Of Exercise In Falls Prevention In Community-Dwelling Older Adults’ took almost 2 years to complete. She finished her manual therapy designations from trained professionals of St. Augustine University in Florida. Finally, got her Dry Needling certification from the prestigious organization Kinetacore, a leading post-graduate program in North America. Aside from manual therapy and dry needling, she is well versed in hydrotherapy, taping and corrective exercise. She is a true believer in active therapy, thus her treatment goals always include an emphasis on physical activity with aim of improving client’s functional abilities.

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