What is interdisciplinary care?
The CURAVITA health care team is composed of Chiropractors, Physiotherapists, and Massage therapists working collaboratively on creating a customized care plan to meet the specific needs of our patients. Interdisciplinary care is a term used to describe a team working together toward a common goal – getting you feeling your best.
The importance of patient-centred care
Our collaborative care approach within the Ottawa health and medical community is about putting patients first. Patient-centred care takes into consideration your specific goals and preferences. Research has shown that the relationship between a patient and their healthcare provider greatly determines satisfaction with care and treatment outcomes.
At CURAVITA, we are committed to providing our patients with the highest quality musculoskeletal (MSK) care and personalized experience. Whether your goals include recovering from an injury, enhancing your sports performance, or managing a chronic condition, our team is here to help.
How do we collaborate?
Built on the foundation of our core values of trust, respect and honesty, we uphold this collaborative approach with health care professionals and patients. This mutual respect is our gold standard for providing quality family healthcare. Collaboration allows each practitioner to practice according to their strengths. It also builds mutual respect and understanding between different scopes of practice.
In addition to collaboration within the CURAVITA team, we look forward to collaborating with family physicians and other healthcare professionals in the patient’s best interest. We believe the collaborative approach advances the quality of healthcare and wellness in our community.
How do we recognize and address barriers in healthcare?
Earlier this year, an article on access to healthcare in Canada stated that the most pressing concern in Canadian healthcare is access. Access barriers may include time, clinic hours, referrals, and wait lists, to name a few. Removing barriers to patient access to MSK care results in better patient outcomes.
Thankfully, Chiropractors, physiotherapists and massage therapists are all primary health care providers in Ontario. Meaning you do not need a prescription or referral to come in for an initial assessment. Further, our clinics are dedicated to offering a wide range of operating clinic hours, online booking, and multiple highly skilled practitioners to reduce barriers to access to MSK healthcare.
Visit us online to learn more about our clinic locations and our team of healthcare providers! Call us today at the CURAVITA Byward Clinic 613-860-8600 or the CURAVITA Glebe Clinic 613-237-9000 to book an appointment with any of our healthcare providers.