Our Facility & Services
Haldimand Hands on Health is a multidiscipline health care clinic that provides Massage Therapy, Chiropractic, Physiotherapy, Naturopathic Medicine, and Reflexology. Our clinic provides a one stop shop for issues such as arthritis, MVA, WSIB, tension headaches, sprains, strains, stress, subluxations of the spine and many more.
Our 2500 sq ft facility is 100% wheelchair accessible making it very accommodating for crutches, walkers and wheelchairs. Haldimand Hands On Health, located at 5 Talbot St. W in Cayuga, serves Haldimand county and the surrounding area. We are very excited to be Haldimand’s first and only clinic to offer all these very important alternative therapies to our community under one roof and look forward to your business.
I knew at a young age that I wanted to be able to help people to help themselves become happy and healthy. I was most interested in the many ways that this could be achieved without the use of traditional medicine. At the age of 17 I worked as a summer student at Stelco and with my very first paycheque in hand, I convinced a friend to drive me straight to the Massage College in Hamilton Ont. Without my parents knowledge, I wrote the school entry exam and paid a deposit for starting classes that September. I knew at the time that if I passed the exam and paid my own way, my parents would have no choice but to agree to me attending. I started my schooling that September, in 1998 and I graduated the program in 2000. It was a 2 year program straight through with a government board examination to be registered. For over 14 years I have been able to help so many people with various ailments and found my profession to be very rewarding and I thoroughly enjoy every day that I go to work.
For 10 years I had worked in a facility in the back half of a small medical clinic in my hometown of Cayuga Ont. During that time I had brought on a chiropractor as well as another RMT and a Naturopathic Doctor. By 2013 I realized that after 10 years I had outgrown our 500 sq ft facility and a bigger clinic was necessary. I had also come to the realization that much more than what I could currently offer, in the way of alternative healthcare, was needed in our small community with many baby boomers. I began searching for a new facility in April of 2013 and after a gruelling 8 months of searching I was able (with lots of help from Peter Vandendool) to find a 2500 sq ft facility that could house all of the healthcare therapies I had hoped to have to benefit our community. In December of 2013 I opened my dream facility! Thanks to John VanReenan, a local businessman, I was able to accomplish my goal. I am so blessed to have the occupation and the facility I have and look forward to being able to help my community with all of their healthcare needs.