For over twenty years the healthcare industry has turned to Vital Steps for sound, research-supported, and medically-based exercise programs. Our allied professional staff of Medical Exercise and Cardiac Rehab Specialists, Osteoporosis & Cancer Specialists, Kinesiologists, Physiotherapists and Conditioning Coaches has delivered thousands of customized programs with measurable physical, cognitive, and emotional outcomes.
We’re bringing healthy back to corporate wellness! Our team of highly qualified and experienced staff offer sound, creativity-based corporate wellness strategies. Since there is no one-size-fits-all solution, we customize every program to address each company’s structure, size, corporate culture, budget, and immediate business needs, as well as addressing long-term vision and planning.
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Nutrition & Wellness
The Big Carrot Natural Food Market has been located on the Danforth for 30 years. This unique worker-owner co-op store specializes in organic, non-GMO and environmentally safe products. This is a one-stop shop for groceries, body care, supplements and even has Toronto’s first organic juice bar. In addition to offering nature’s finest foods, the store also hosts cooking classes, free Thursday Night lectures and store tours provided by certified nutritionists.
Osteoporosis Canada, a registered charity, is the only national organization serving people who have, or are at risk for, osteoporosis. The organization works to educate, empower and support individuals and communities in the risk-reduction and treatment of osteoporosis. Osteoporosis Canada provides medically accurate information to patients, health care professionals and the public. Services to individuals with osteoporosis and the public include free publications, a bilingual toll-free information line, educational programs and referrals to self-help groups and community resources.
Do you work with people who have Osteoporosis? If so, we can help you attain knowledge and practical skills for prescribing, designing and adapting safe exercise programs that can help reduce the risk of fractures due to bone loss. Osteoporosis Canada, the only national organization serving people who have, or are at risk for osteoporosis, has developed the Bone Fit™ course with the help of experts in the field and input from patients.
Established in 1993, the Certified Professional Trainers Network (CPTN) Inc. (previously the Canadian Personal Trainers Network) was the first Canadian organization to introduce a comprehensive, national personal training certification (September 1994). Due to its strict professional, research, and educational standards, CPTN is considered to be one of the industry’s best and most trusted certifications. The organization and its standards of excellence have been featured in various trade and consumer publications to Increase public awareness of personal training and its direct relationship to health, fitness, and quality of life.
Cancer patients have unique needs, especially when it comes to exercise. Increasingly, doctors are recognizing the value of exercise as an important tool in the cancer treatment and rehabilitation process. Every type of cancer has its own treatment protocol that must be carefully observed and followed. Call us for more information at Medfit Rehab and we will direct you to the proper resources.
The University Health Network (UHN), consisting of Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, Toronto General Hospital, Toronto Western Hospital and Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, is a recognized leader in patient care, research and education. We have a proud history of achieving many “world firsts” including discovering stem cells, pioneering deep brain simulation to treat patients with depression, performing the world’s first single and double-lung transplant and pioneering the Cobalt machine, the technology that allowed modern radiation therapy to develop.