At Acacia Health, we believe that true health and healing involves mind, body and spirit.
We are committed to creating collaborative partnerships with every client
to establish a solid foundation for healing and positive change.
We believe that healthy people, healthy community and healthy environment are interdependent. In addition to helping our patients' health, we strive to the highest environmentally efficient practices and participate in community health initiatives.
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We offer a full spectrum of complementary therapies including acupuncture, chiropractic, counseling, massage, naturopathy, nutrition, osteopathy, physiotherapy and more.
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We pride ourselves on our warm and welcoming environment, our exceptional service, and our team of professionals from a wide variety of complementary disciplines who deliver results.
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We now have two locations, Dockside Green and Westside Village, near downtown Victoria, BC, just over the Bay Street Bridge in Vic West and less than 300m apart from each other.
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As of August 2023, we are offering IV Iron Infusions to folks who qualify. Read for more details on how to get started, or call the clinic for more information.
In short, the answer is no. However, let's delve into this question a bit more as it is a common concern among patients. When chiropractic care helps alleviate an injury, improves functionality, and reduces pain, it's natural to want to maintain that feeling of well-being. Just like eating one vegetable won't provide all the nutrients we need for life, consistency is key in maintaining proper nutrition. Similarly, gaining new strength during a month at the gym doesn't mean it lasts forever; consistent exercise is required to maintain that level.
I had just finished a 17-day work trip that included some pretty stressful experiences. I’m talking about the kind of experiences that most people should never experience in their life. In my line of work at the time, I was in the operating room during high-risk heart surgeries that would sometimes end in tragedy. I had to pack my suitcase and head to the next hospital to train another set of physicians on an emerging technology that would soon revolutionize a particular type of heart surgery.
Our own Dr. Amy Gilchrist was awarded a BC Achievement Community Award on May 10th in a formal presentation ceremony held in Victoria, BC (at Government House),in the presence of the Honourable Janet Austin, OBC, Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia.