The Rehabilitation Clinic at Ottawa’s Trainyards Medical Centre is happy to offer a variety of friendly and private rehabilitation services.
The rehabilitation service clinic, managed by Director Dr. Marjorie Drolet B. Sc., D.C. (Chiropractor, Orthotics, and Bracing Services), provides care for a diverse range of needs, including:
|Acupuncture||A form of alternative (Traditional Chinese) medicine in which thin needles are inserted at specific points into the body to increase blood circulation.|
|Custom Bracing and Supports||Decrease pain and increase mobility by using custom braces and supports that help you heal.|
|Functional Abilities Evaluations||After an injury, a functional abilities evaluation helps to determine an individual’s physical work tolerances related to their physical fitness.|
|Interdisciplinary Chronic Pain Assessments||The purpose of this assessment is to determine an individual’s level of pain to decide on their best treatment program, tailored to maximize comfort and function.|
|Massage Therapy||Massage therapy is a form of primarily hands-on manipulation of the soft tissues of the body and can provide therapeutic relief to muscles, joints, tendons, ligaments, and connective tissues.|
|Motor Vehicle Accident Rehabilitation||After a motor vehicle accident, rehabilitation can help assure a better health outcome for any sustained injuries.|
|Orthotics and Orthopaedic Shoes||Foot orthoses, commonly called orthotics, support the foot by distributing forces and aligning joints during movement. Orthopaedic shoes are supportive and well-fitting to keep patients mobile and pain-free.|
|Pain Management||Trainyards offers services for the management and treatment of chronic pain, which can be relieved through techniques, such as acupuncture, lifestyle changes, massage, medications, mind-body techniques, and physiotherapy.|
|Physical Demands Analysis||All environmental and physical essential and non-essential tasks of a job role are objectively evaluated and quantified. The evaluation focuses on the role rather than the individual.|
|Physiotherapy||A treatment method that helps individuals restore, maintain, and widen their physical function, motion, and strength for overall well-being.|
|Work Conditioning/Work Hardening||When an employee is injured and had taken time off work, work conditioning programs seek to simulate job role activities to restore injured workers. Injuries can be cardiopulmonary, neurological, musculoskeletal, and/or systemic.|
|Work Site Assessments||A work site visit is designed to support an injured worked when they return to, or remain at, their job. An assessment is an objective judgment that identifies risk factors that could lead to disability or injury.|
|WSIB – Return to Work Coordination||Your family physician plays a role in your return to work, along with the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB). The WSIB oversees work reintegration after injuries that occur in the workplace.|
About the Rehabilitation Director, Dr. Marjorie Drolet
Dr. Marjorie Drolet was raised in Quebec City and moved to Toronto to complete her education. She graduated from York University in 2006 with a Degree in Kinesiology and Health Sciences. She later received a Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from New York Chiropractic College in 2010, where she was inducted as a member of the Phi Chi Omega Chiropractic Honor Society. She has been practicing in the Ottawa area since April 2011 and recently joined the Trainyards Medical Centre where she is currently accepting new patients. Dr. Drolet is trained and certified in various Chiropractic and soft tissue techniques including: Active Release Technique® (ART), Graston Technique® (GT) and Activator method. Dr. Drolet is proficient in both French and English and has good knowledge in Spanish.
Rehabilitation Clinic Hours:
Walk-in Clinic Hours:
Mon: 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Tues: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Wed: 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Thurs: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Fri: 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Sat - Sun: CLOSED