Caregivers / Family

We strive to break down barriers and increase patients’ access to innovative and integrated health care solutions by providing the highest quality of care. Specializing in Chronic Pain and its effects, we aim to be our patients trusted advisors in assisting them in reaching their full potential and living life their lives to the fullest. With every treatment plan customized for each patient, our goal is to provide a 360 degree comprehensive, multidisciplinary program to treat, educate and manage the effects of pain for every one of our patients, enabling them to live a better quality of life.

Caring for those who suffer from chronic pain plays a vital role.  Understanding chronic pain and the patient’s treatment plan is essential as a caregiver. We offer consultations without trained staff to educate and support your function as a caregiver.  Should you have further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Check-in with the patient and determine how they feel before their visit

You can gather valuable information as the caregiver regarding the patients’ pain. Before their appointment, ask them how they are feeling? Where are the pain and the times they feel the pain? Perhaps the time of day or what activity they are doing brings the onset of pain. Your observations of their pain can significantly assist the patient and physician in managing their pain.

Collect all patient medical records, diagnostic reports, and a list of current medications.

Preparing all medical records may be necessary for the appointment in advance, and this data will help the patient not worry about missing any documents.

Please ensure the patient has a valid health card and any pertinent insurance information required by WSIB, Accident Benefit, Extended Health

Take notes

Write down any questions the patient has before the appointment so the patient doesn’t forget them.

Ask questions and ask for clarification if needed

Don’t be afraid to ask questions if you do not fully understand the answers or anything that the physician says.