CURAVITA Health Group - Glebe

At CURAVITA Health Group we offer Chiropractic Care + Massage Therapy + Physiotherapy. Our collaborative and caring healthcare philosophy is directed to enabling you to get more out of life, over the course of your life. Through our Community of Care and patient-centered, evidence-informed approach, we empower our patients to take personal responsibility for their total health and well-being. We help people live healthier lives because we care.

Why you'll love us

At CURAVITA Health Group, our skilled team of Chiropractors, Registered Massage Therapists and Physiotherapists operate under a collaborative care model, providing evidence-informed, patient-centred care that is rooted in deep industry knowledge and an exceptional patient experience. We can offer peace of mind and body knowing you are in good hands. Our healthcare professionals will work with you to identify your unique needs and develop customized care plans. We were formerly known in the neighbourhood as Glebe Chiropractic Clinic + Massage Therapy Centre where we were once located within Fifth Avenue Court for 25 years before we were relocated to 108 Third Avenue. In 2019 we changed our brand name to CURAVITA. It was important for us to capture on a larger scale our collaborative and caring healthcare philosophy. Broken down, CURA means care in latin and VITA means life. This embodies our philosophy in one simple word. At CURAVITA, we provide care directed to enabling you to get more out of life over the course of your life. our care strategies encompass the spectrum from helping you get out of pain to helping you get more out of life. We care for you and about you. WE ARE OPEN for Chiropractic Care, Massage Therapy and Physiotherapy. We have implemented and meet or exceed all Covid-19 health and safety standards as dictated by Ontario Public Health, Ottawa Public Health, and our professions respective regulatory colleges.

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Pay and Display metered parking is available along most streets in the Glebe neighbourhood with some metered parking in front of 108 Third Avenue.  City of Ottawa – Glebe Garage parking is located at 170 Second Avenue just steps away and is accessible from Third Avenue.  Parking is free before 8am and is $1.25 for 30 minutes.

CITY OF OTTAWA – POLICY RELATED TO THE ACCESSIBLE PARKING PERMIT PROGRAM

If you hold an Accessible Parking Permit with the City of Ottawa, please note that you have extensive parking provisions and allowances.  Please see below for further detail and to understand your parking options when you visit the Clinic. The City of Ottawa has a comprehensive policy related to accessible on-street parking spaces in support of the Accessible Parking Permit (APP) Program offered by the Ontario Ministry of Transportation. The City of Ottawa does not designate specific on-street parking spaces for the use of AAP holders.  Providing designated accessible parking spaces on-street does not guarantee that the designated space would be available when needed, or that it would in fact be in close proximity to the APP holder’s desired destination.  Instead, The City of Ottawa focuses on offering extensive parking provisions and allowances for APP holders. By doing so, an APP holder is provided greater flexibility in accessing a parking space on-street closer to their desired destination. The provisions and allowances offered to APP holders according to the City’s current policy and Traffic and Parking By-Law include:
  1. Free parking for up to 4 hours, in any legal on-street parking space. Legal on-street parking spaces includes metered and “Pay-and-Display” parking spaces where otherwise the maximum duration is 1, 2, or 3 hours.
  2. Parking privileges for up to 4 hours in most signed “No Parking” Certain “No Parking Zones” have been specifically established to address localized accessible parking needs such as in the vicinity of health care facilities.
  3. Active drop off / pick up privileges in “No Stopping” zones, “Loading” zones and lanes reserved for bicycles and busses.