in house AquaTIC therapy in vaughan
Multidisciplinary Rehabilitation Clinic Specializing In Aquatic Therapy
About Aquatic Therapy Clinic
Hydroactive Aquatic Therapy and Rehabilitation Center is Vaughan’s newest and most advanced injury and motor vehicle accident recovery facility. Our clinic features a state of the art swimming pool applying the latest technology, equipment, programs and as well as exercises in rehabilitation science. The main goal of our clinic is to help you achieve better health both quickly and efficiently.
Our center is fully licensed under The Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO). In terms of Auto Insurance Health Claims, our staff has years of experience that will aid in your recovery process making it more accurate and seamless. In addition, our clinic is registered with Telus Health billing services which enables us to bill directly all major insurance companies reducing your out of pocket expenses.
Hours Of Operation
9 am - 4 pm
9 am - 4 pm
9 am - 4 pm
2:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Private insurance/medical benefits accepted:
We Use Telus Health eClaims
Telus eClaims is a web-based system that allows our clinic to submit our clients’ claims online, bypassing traditional mail-in system and vastly accelerating service. It’s secure and allows direct reimbursement and immediate confirmation of the insurance company’s response when offered by the insurer.
Benefits Of Aquatic Therapy
Meet With A Certified Aquatic Therapy Specialist
Before you start your first treatment session we encourage you to come and visit our clinic for a free consultation to get acquainted with the procedures and benefits of aquatic therapy.
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