top of page

Heading 3

Treatment Options

Heal Your Body

Advanced Nursing Foot Care

Offering Advanced/Diabetic Nursing Foot-care Services; Julia Lewis LPN has  12 years of experience with complex nails, deformities, corns, callus, and ingrown nails. She uses professional medical tools and sterilizes instruments by using an autoclave and following best practices to IPAC standards. She offers services in the Quispamsis and Saint John. She is signed up with Blue cross and DVA. Most health benefits have coverage for nursing foot care.

 

​Initial visit Clinic: $75 Initial in-Home $105

visit after initial visit cost: 

$55 for Foot Care service in the clinic

$85 for Foot Care in-home

finger nail care : $15 

nail polish/Shellac Removal: $25.00 

Additional advanced services are:

- Nail corrections system used to correct ingrown nails and involuted nails (nails shaped like a horseshoe). The price is $35.00 per toe.

- ToeFx a clear option for nail fungi (onychomycosis) usually cleared up within 8 to 10 treatments at $80.00 a treatment. (class 2 medical device)

Depositphotos_48569207_m_edited.jpg

Reflexology

Reflexology is a type of massage service that connects the physical outer body with the many organs of the body. Through the use of specific pressure points of the body, this treatment can reduce pain and psychological symptoms. Your body and mind will feel free and clear of all worries and stress that life places upon us. Julia Lewis is trained in a variety of holistic techniques that will surely help to heal you both mentally and physically.

 

$63.25 for a 30-minute session

$115 for a 60-minute session 

Reflexologu_edited.jpg
MassagePic2_edited.jpg

Registered Massage Therapy

Emilee Boone RMT, RNP offers a variety of  Massage therapy techniques. patients claim to feel relaxed and renewed after each session. The massage treatment consists of manipulation of the soft tissues in order to treat disorders and muscle pain.  Through the use of assessments, treatment, and home care,  she will tailor your session to work on your specific goals and needs. 

$63.25 - 30 minutes

$86.25 - 45 minutes

$115.00 - 60 minutes

$166.75 - 90 minutes

No extra charge for add-ons like cupping, hot towels, hot stones, etc. 

Direct Billing For Most Insurance Companies

 

Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a key component of Chinese medicine. This treatment uses thin needles to stimulate points along the body (or Qi) to help treat various health conditions and to help the flow of energy throughout the body.

 

$74.75 per treatment

***Direct billing with most health insurance under acupuncture.

12149-acupuncture21253641_m_edited.jpg
massage-3710210_1920_edited.jpg

Naturopath Services

Julia Lewis dr offers many different Naturopathic services.  She is trained in Cupping therapy which is helpful in loosening fascial restrictions, breaking down scar tissue, and increasing circulation. She also offers Gua-Sha (Muscle/tendon elongate scraping). This service is helpful for built-up adhesions and scar tissue due to previous injuries and chronic postural dysfunction. this treatment is very useful for plantar fasciitis, tennis elbow, golfers elbow, IT band tightening, etc. 

Starting at $74.75. The price depends on treatment type and duration.

Direct billing with most BlueCross members under the natural path

Gua Sha
The meaning of the term Gua Sha "Gua", mean to rub or to scrape, and the second , "Sha", is the name given to the distinctive type of red dotting and discolouration that appears at the skin surface and after treatment. Gua Sha therefore means to rub out sha. Gua sha is used to draw the toxin out of the body and to move the Qi in the channels of TCM . When Qi is allow to freely within the channel then the body is balanced. When the Qi is stuck the the blood becomes stagnant then pain or disease happens. Gua Sha is also very good to use as a treatment for any type of tendonitis or muscle tightness to be relaxed and to elongate the tendon therefore the painful site at the attachment at the bone will subside. 

Treatments: Treatments
bottom of page