While cycling has always been a favoured activity in the summers, it has exploded significantly in popularity this year. Read to learn about 3 of the most common injuries we see and treat in cyclists as well as some tips to prevent them.
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At Ace Sports Clinic, the health and well-being of our clients, our staff and the entire community is our top priority. As health professionals, we have well-established protocols for infection control and are closely following the guidance provided by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Regulating Colleges.
We are continuing to provide quality in-person services to our valued clients, and have increased sanitization and preventative measures in place across our workforce to protect our staff and clients. Ace Virtual Care appointments are also available.Ace Virtual Care Show less
If it’s pain, injury rehab or improved performance, Ace Clinics have a solution for you
We are passionate about improving your health and wellness through our collaborative team approach that delivers solutions for pain, injury rehab and improved performance.More About Ace Sports Clinic
Therapies We Offer
With our personalized care plans, you will receive a thorough assessment from an ACE Certified Practitioner. We will listen to your unique needs and tailor an individualized program guaranteed to get best results. You will learn how to keep your body pain free and enjoy the freedom of optimal movement.
Physiotherapy is an active, exercise focused approach for pain, injury and rehabilitation. Our Physiotherapists will get you moving again and improve your strength and flexibility.Learn More
Osteopathy is a gentle, hands on approach for pain, injury and prevention. Our Osteopathic Manual Practitioners will identify the underlying cause, rather than just treating your symptoms.Learn More
Massage therapy is the manipulation of soft tissues of the body including connective tissue, muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints. Massage therapy is beneficial for relaxation, recovery and performance.Learn More
Pilates is a system of mind-body exercise that emphasizes alignment, breathing, developing a strong core, and improving coordination and balance. It is practiced with a qualified instructor on a mat or reformer.Learn More
Naturopathic medicine is a system of primary health care that integrates current, evidence-based science and traditional philosophy into a holistic approach of treatment. Functional medicine is a personalized, systems-oriented model of care that our Naturopathic Doctors use to approach health.Learn More
Lifestyle Genetic Testing
Lifestyle Genetic Testing is an evidence-based DNA test that looks at specific genetic markers that contribute to the development of lifestyle-related disease. Insights from genetic testing guide personalized recommendations to optimize health and prevent disease.Learn More
Your Client Care Plan With The Ace Way
Ace Sports Clinics’ Client Care Plan has been developed from extensive experience in the professional sporting world. Working with elite athletes in the number one position and with corporate high performers in many countries has left no room for complacency.
We asked 'Why can’t everyone have access to the same level of collaborative treatment and care to help improve their health and performance?'More About Your Care Plan
Ace Clinics continue to cover and inspire high performance at big sporting events worldwide including the Australian Open, Wimbledon, US Open and Laver Cup.
Ace Virtual Care and Telehealth
With Ace Virtual Care, our Telehealth portal, you can book a consultation with one of our health practitioners without coming into the Clinic. We can now continue your care, should you be unable to come into the Clinic for any reason.Learn More
The Latest From Our Blog
This could be coming from your posture! Muscle tension and headaches are a common complaint that can develop from looking down, or slouching for prolonged periods of time as the neck develops a forward head posture. Read to learn how to prevent forward head posture!
Have you heard the discussion around warming up, static stretching, dynamic stretching and unsure what this means to you?
Recent research recommends the use of a dynamic active warm-up prior to exercise. Studies have found that dynamic stretching before exercise helps to increase performance and decrease the potential for injury.