Trent Hills Health Centre
from pain relief to wellness care
Welcome to Trent Hills Health Centre, 49 Bridge Street East in Campbellford Ontario.
Since 2001, we have been helping individuals achieve their highest level of wellness.
Our professional staff provide quality care to individuals of all ages; from those seeking preventative care to those needing relief from chronic problems.
We offer a wide range of services in one location with minimal wait times and no referral required. Most of our services are covered by extended health care plans.
Chiropractic is a branch of the health sciences, which focuses upon the body's neuromusculoskeletal system.
Since your spine is the key highway for your central nervous system, a chiropractor is trained to use a variety
of diagnostic methods to examine and treat your spine and bone structure.
Massage therapy is not only an excellent tool to promote relaxation, it also plays a crucial role in the rehabilitation process
and in the treatment of chronic pain and common injuries. Massage therapy is a hands-on, drug-free approach to improve function
and decrease pain. It also affects the whole body through stress reduction and increased circulation.
Acupuncture is a component of traditional Chinese medicine that has been used for over 2500 years. Acupuncture stimulates the production of endorphins and enkephalins, which are the body’s own natural pain-killing chemicals. After acupuncture needles are inserted, there is an increase in blood flow to the thalamus, which is the area of the brain that relays pain and other sensory messages.
Shockwave therapy is a new, effective treatment for severe cases of tendinitis, tendinosis, and scar tissue build-up. It offers a solution
for stubborn injuries even when traditional approaches have failed. The treatment involves directing a deep acoustic energy pulse into
an area of chronic muscle or tendon injury to stimulate blood flow and specific cellular activity.
Rehabilitation / Personal Training
If you have an injury, rehabilitation can teach you the exercises necessary to reach your maximum recovery. Personal training can help you begin an exercise program or push your fitness to the next level. Training can also provide you with an exercise program that you can do at home or a gym. Rehabilitation and training sessions are one-on-one and can use a variety of equipment, such as tubing, bands or weights.
Trent Hills Health Centre welcomes Dr. Andrea Bull BScH, BEd, ND, practitioner of Naturopathic Medicine, Homeopathy, Bowen (Bowtech),
Cosmetic Acupuncture, First Line Therapy Program, Healthy and Active Metabolism Program and Auricular Medicine.
For more details, visit andreabullnd.ca or Facebook.
An Orthotic is a corrective device worn inside your shoe.
It can help the muscles, tendons and bones of your feet and lower legs function at their highest potential.
Custom-made Orthotics are manufactured from a 3-D image of your foot using raw materials.
When appropriately prescribed to treat a medical condition, custom-made Orthotics can decrease pain,
not only in your feet, but in other parts of the body, such as your knees, hips and lower back.
Trent Hills Health Centre,
49 Bridge St. E., P.O. Box 113, Campbellford, ON. K0L 1L0
Phone (705) 632-1112 Fax (705) 632-0063 Toll Free: (866) 243-3256
Monday 8:30 am to 7:00 pm
Tuesday 8:00 am to 7:00 pm
Wednesday 8:30 am to 7:00 pm
Thursday 8:00 am to 7:00 pm
Friday 8:30 am to 2:00 pm
Closed Saturday and Sunday
The Canadian Chiropractic Association is a national organization that advocates on behalf of the chiropractic profession and chiropractic patients.
The Ontario Massage Therapist Association is the only organized and recognized voice for practicing Registered Massage Therapists in Ontario.
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Chiropractic fees no longer have OHIP coverage but are covered by many extended health plans.
Adult $70, Student $55, Child 10 and under $40
Adult $40, Student $30, Child $20
Re-evaluation / New Complaint
Adult $50, Student $40, Child $25
There is an additional fee of $10.00 when acupuncture is used as a modality with your chiropractic treatment.
15 minute treatment ....... $35*
30 minute treatment ....... $50
45 minute treatment ....... $65
1 hour treatment ............. $85
All massage therapy fees include 13% HST.
*(Only available for certain conditions)
Many extended health plans offer some coverage for massage therapy with a prescription from a medical doctor. Be sure to check your plan!
Trent Hills Health Centre is able to provide
direct billing for some extended health plans.
These fees are applicable when a separate appointment is booked for acupuncture.
Depending on the condition, acupuncture may also be used as a modality with chiropractic care.
Initial appointment ..... $55
Subsequent treatment ..... $45
With chiropractic …….$10.00 extra
Rehabilitation / Personal Training
1/2 hour $40
4 half hour sessions for $150
1 hour $65
4 one hour sessions for $250
Initial Visit with Shockwave Therapy $105
Shockwave Treatment $75
Additional areas treated
on the same visit are $25 extra
Naturopathic Care – Please note, these services are not currently covered by OHIP, but are covered by extended health care plans.
Custom Orthotics – $395
There is a $25 fee for missing any appointment without notifying our office prior to your appointment time. Payment will be expected prior to your next treatment session.
Chiropractic & Massage Therapy Initial forms
Download the new patient forms for chiropractic and massage therapy here
Dr. Tara Rawluk, BScK, DC
Dr. Rawluk completed her Bachelor of Science (Kinesiology) degree at Dalhousie University
in 1996. In 1999 she was awarded her diploma in acupuncture from the Canadian Academy
of Clinical Acupuncture. She graduated cum laude from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in May 2001.
Dr. Rawluk has attended seminars and workshops about nutritional supplementation, custom foot orthotics, and soft tissue therapy (including Active Release Therapy).
Dr. Heather Whalley, BScK, DC
Dr. Whalley received her undergraduate education from McMaster University where she earned a Bachelor of Kinesiology in 2005. In 2009 she graduated cum laude
and with clinic honours from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. She then furthered her education and training by completing the Clinical Acupuncture course in 2010 offered through the CMCC continuing education program.
Dr. Whalley has an interest in treating patients of all ages and tailors her treatments to suit patient needs. Her treatments combine a variety of manual soft tissue techniques as well as the use of diversified and instrument assisted chiropractic treatment.
Dr. Andrea Bull, BScH, BEd, ND
Dr. Andrea Bull, ND completed the Naturopathic Medical Program from The Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM) in 2006. Prior to attending CCNM she obtained a Bachelor of Science (Human Kinetics) Honours degree from Ottawa University in 2000 as well as a Bachelor of Education degree in 2001.
In addition to her Naturopathic training Dr. Bull, ND has furthered her studies in Advanced Botanical medicine and Homeopathic medicine in India. She is
a Bowen (Bowtech) Practitioner and has become certified in Cosmetic Acupuncture, First Line Therapy Program, Healthy
and Active Metabolism Program
and Auricular Medicine.
Richard Bonathan, RMT
Richard Bonathan is a 2001 graduate of Sutherland-Chan. He received his diploma in acupuncture from the Canadian Academy of Clinical Acupuncture in 2000. Richard has also completed courses in Active Release Therapy, sports massage, and nutrition.
Shane Mees, RMT
Shane Mees is a graduate of the Massage Therapy Program at Centennial College and has been in private practice since 2000. He has a strong interest in rehabilitative therapy and injury management.
Jennifer Scriven-Jonk, RMT
Jennifer Scriven-Jonk graduated from Centennial College in 2000. Jen has a keen interest in all things natural. She places emphasis on therapeutic treatments and the promotion of wellness, especially among women.
Doulton Burnett, RMT
Doulton was born and raised in Campbellford, Ontario. He attended Sir Sandford Fleming College for the massage Therapy program and graduated in June of 2016. Doulton practices a wide variety of massage techniques and is always striving to learn new information to help clients needs. Doulton is an avid fisherman, he also enjoys camping and hiking in his spare time.