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PHONE: 905-634-VIEW (8439)EMAIL:healthview@cogeco.netLOCATION:501 Plains Rd. E., 2nd Floor (Above Shoppers Drug Mart)

As the cost of doing business has risen dramatically over the past year we are now faced with having to increase the fees for our Registered Massage Therapy services.  HealthView is proud to have offered massage therapy services without a price increase for the past ten years and this is not a decision we take lightly.  As of January 1st, 2021 and in accordance with the rates set by our professional college our new rates will be as follows (incd. HST):

Treatment Time Current Fees 

(incl. HST)

New Fees

(incl. HST) 

30 minutes $50.85 $60
45 minutes $67.80 $78
60 minutes $84.75 $95
90 minutes $124.30 $135

*Patients currently receiving special price considerations will continue to receive their discount with an increase of $10 per treatment.

We very much appreciate your business and look forward to seeing you soon.  If you have any questions/concerns or would like to alter the length or frequency of your visits please let us know and we will be happy to help.


Natalie is back in the clinic.  You can book in with her every Wednesday and Saturday, however due to COVID restrictions Natalie will only be accepting 1 hour appointments for the time being.  You can book your massage by calling us at 905-634-8439 or by email at healthview@cogeco.net


HealthView is ready up to re-open!

We are very excited to announce that starting next week Dr. Rob will gradually and carefully begin providing services again.

At this time we will be available Wednesdays and Saturdays for Chiropractic. A decision about massage therapy will be made in the days and weeks to come. You can email us at healthview@cogeco.net or call us at 905-634-8439 to request an appointment.  As well, starting Monday we will begin reaching out to everyone by phone. Currently we are scheduling by appointment only and no walk-ins can be accepted.

We would like to reassure you that we have been busy adopting many precautions and procedures to protect everyone during this process.  Patients will be asked pre-screening COVID question over the phone and appointment times will be staggered to avoid any congestion in the clinic.  There will be a hand sanitizing station at the entrance and all treating tables and hard surfaces will be disinfected between treatments.  Additionally we will be wearing masks for all patient interactions.

We thank you for your patience during this period of transition and we look forward to seeing everyone again soon!


HealthView Chiropractic will remain closed for the time being.  We are still available to answer your questions or concerns by email at healthview@cogeco.net

We will reopen when it is safe to do so and will be in touch with everyone regarding rescheduling appointments at that time.

In the meantime check back here for the latest information regarding the clinic.  And until we meet again stay safe and stay healthy

Dr. Rob, Natalie, and Tyler


Dear HealthView Clients,

The clinic will once again be closed this week.  We are still reassessing on a week to week basis and will reach out to everyone once we we are back up and running.

In the meantime Dr. Rob will be available on Mondays to treat emergency and acute patients.  To request an appointment please email Dr. Rob at healthview@cogeco.net and he will get back to you within 24hrs.

As well if you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to email us, and we will do our best to help answer your questions.

We are looking forward to reconnecting with everyone in the near future.


Dr. Rob, Natalie & Tyler


In the interest of public safety we have once again made the decision to close HealthView for the week of March 23rd.

At the moment we are taking things on a week to week basis and will reach out to everyone regarding the rescheduling of appointments.

We will be periodically checking our voicemail, however should you need to a hold of us sooner please email us at healthview@cogeco.net

We look forward to reconnecting with everyone soon and in the meantime stay safe.


Dr. Rob, Natalie & Tyler



In an overabundance of caution we have made the difficult decision to close the clinic effective March 17th for one week.  We will continue to monitor and assess the situation as it unfolds and a decision regarding the week of March 23rd will me made this weekend.

We sincerely apologize foe the inconvenience and will be in touch with everyone regarding the rescheduling of appointments.

We will be continually checking our voice mail and email through the week and can be reached at 905-634-8439 and healthview@cogeco.net.  Additionally you can check our websites for up to date information.

Once again we apologize for the inconvenience at this time and appreciate your understanding.

Yours in good health,

Dr. Rob, Natalie and Tyler.


The team at HealthView takes your health very seriously.  As always we are keeping our clinic and our hands clean but now we are being extra cautious.  Beds, tables, counters and door knobs are being disinfected between all visitors to HealthView.   As well we have hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes available in all rooms.

Additionally,  we require all patients who have traveled in the last 14 days or are experiencing symptoms to reschedule their appointments an observe the recommended 14 day self-isolation protocol.

We understand that this can be a very stressful time for you and are here to help answer your questions about this your other health concerns.

COVID-19 symptoms may be very mild or more serious, such as fever, cough and difficulty breathing.  Symptoms may take up to 14 days to appear after exposure to the virus.

The virus is most commonly spread from an infected person through:

  • respiratory droplets when you cough or sneeze
  • close personal contact, such as touching or shaking hands
  • touching something with the virus on it, then touching your eyes, nose or mouth before washing your hands.

In the meantime, here’s how you can help stay healthy and stop the spread of illness:

  • Wash your hands frequently with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds.
  • Cough or sneeze into a tissue or if one is not available into your sleeve.
  • Consider a wave or an elbow bump in place of a handshake, hug or kiss.
  • Reduce your exposure to crowded places
  • Encourage those you know are sick to stay home until they no longer have symptoms
  • If you become ill, stay home until you are no longer showing symptoms.

We thank everyone for their co-operation and wish everyone good health!



Take a break from the old standard, and let HealthView offer a few ways to pamper yourself and your sweetie this Valentine’s Day with gifts that won’t leave you with regret or wilting flowers a week later.


  1. Massage Therapy Gift Certificate

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If you or your partner are active – you know how tight and tense your muscles can get.  Sometimes a massage is just the perfect solution to ease a tired body and mind.  Not only is it a great way to relax, but it could increase his/her performance in the gym.  If you aren’t as active as you like, a massage by an RMT will help to loosen those muscles and make you feel a thousand times better!   A HealthView gift certificate is the perfect solution for it!  Our Registered Massage Therapists will find the best way to ease those aching muscles!  Why not consider a couples massage?  You could BOTH walk out feeling relaxed and energized.  Call us at 905-634-VIEW to find out how you can get one!



  1. Fitness Tracker

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Now, this is only meant with the best intentions!  For a lot of people, fitness trackers are a good way to monitor your journey and help you understand just how active you are.  They don’t have to be expensive – and can assist you in keeping “track” of your steps, calories burned and even the amount of restful sleep you are getting.


  1. A Romantic (But Healthy) Dinner

Massage Therapy BurlingtonConsider something as simple as a nice meal – prepared at home.  Perhaps something a little more special than the usual fare though.  Some nutritionists suggest you go “lean & green” – meaning a meal consisting of a lean protein like salmon or flank steak, coupled with some broccoli, green beans or cauliflower.


  1. Couples Yoga Class

Massage Therapy BurlingtonThe couple that stretches together – stays together?  Studies show that yoga can increase your flexibility, strength and cardiovascular function.  It can also improve your mood – which is NEVER a bad thing, especially when the February blues start to set in.


  1. Go Ice Skating

Massage Therapy BurlingtonSure it can be cold outside, but there is no better time to find a local skating rink and take part in a great low impact workout together!  Make sure you stretch beforehand, and dress according to the conditions – but its a great opportunity to enjoy the outdoors and each others company.  And afterwards – make sure you grab some hot chocolate with a few extra marshmallows!