The Cabin Wellness Clinic

289-237-5920

What services can be Direct Billed? 

Registered Massage Therapy, Chiropractic Treatment and Acupuncture can be claimed by you insurance

What Insurance Company's can The Cabin bill too? (Alphabetized) 

  • Benefit Plan Administrators, Canada Life, Canadian Construction Worker’s Union, Chamber of Commerce Group Insurance, CINUP, Claimsecure, Claimxchange, Cowan, D.A. Townley, Desjardins Insurance, Empire Life, First Canadian, GMS Carrier 49, GMS Carrier 50, Greenshield, GroupHEALTH, Industrial Alliance, Johnston INC., Johnston Group INC, LiLUNA Local 183, LiLUNA Local 506, Manion, Manulife Financial, Maximum Benefit, MEDIC Construction, Sun Life Financial, SSQ Insurance, TELUS AdjudCare 

What should I wear to my Acupuncture appointment?

Depends on where you are getting your acupuncture done. We would recommend loose fitted clothing, shorts, t-shirt, and/or stretchy clothes. 

What is the Webster Technique

Chiropractic care during pregnancy is supportive to the physiological function of both mother and baby throughout pregnancy and birth. The Webster Technique is a specific chiropractic analysis and adjustment. The goal of the adjustment is to reduce the effects of pelvis imbalance.

Imbalanced pelvis may impact the mother’s comfort and the baby’s imbalance. During birth, the pelvic imbalance may impact the progression of labour. Imbalance of the pelvis can impact so many things such as uterine nerve function, structure of the pelvis and optimal positioning of the baby. The Webster technique helps achieve balance in the pelvic area and contributes to a safer and easier birth outcome.

Thanks to ICPA for this explanation.

What payment types does The Cabin accept?

Debit, E-Transfer, Cash and Cheque. We do not accept Credit at this time. 

What do I wear during my Massage?

You can wear as much or as little clothing as you wish – whatever makes you feel comfortable. You will be covered by a sheet and blanket at all times. Your therapist will uncover one area at a time (e.g. your back) to treat and then cover it again when they are finished.