Chronic Pain or Chronic Fatigue Medical Consultation

Appointment with our specialist regarding chronic pain or fatigue often related to examples such as Fibromyalgia, Myofascial pain syndrome, Arthritis or Long-haul Covid


Prolotherapy is an injection used to regenerate damaged tissue in and around joints. The most common use is for tendon issues and ligament sprains. If you have an injury that has been bothering you, contact the clinic for more information.

Prolo Shockwave

This is a combination of prolotherapy and shockwave therapy. Many patients find benefit with this as the shockwave helps the prolo disperse into the tissues. His own new concept of “Proloshock therapy”, incorporating prolotherapy injections with dextrose water and shock wave treatment for chronic tendinopathy such as rotator cuff syndrome, chronic golfers and tennis elbow, Achilles tendonitis and plantar fasciitis.

Trigger Point Injections

TPI are used to relax tight muscles. We use them often for things like headaches, tight back muscles and shoulder pain. Call the clinic to schedule! This therapy may be covered by MSP.

Medical Botox for Migraines and TMJ

Botox or neuromodulators are used to relax wrinkles. They can also be used to relax the muscles causing Migraines or pain from TMJ.

Occipital Nerve Blocks

A combination of pain medicine and steroids will be injected into in the back of the patients head. This is usually done to treat chronic headaches caused by an irritation to the nerve in that area.

Male Enhancement

Our male enhancement injections are used in order to support the erection process. If you are having difficulty with this, contact the clinic to learn more.

Female Enhancement

PRP (O-shot) for lichen sclerosis, urine incontinences, dysmenorrhea and sexual dysfunction in women. Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is injected into your clitoris and upper vaginal wall, to stimulate these tissues, and increase blood flow and muscle strength to treat conditions like dyspareunia (painful sex) and urinary incontinence


Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a naturally present in joints.  Solution is delivered directly into the joint, patients can experience increased mobility and decreased chromic pain. After the injections, ome people experience reduced pain for around 30 days or longer, results will vary per patient. Can be used for chronic knee osteoarthritis as an alternative to PRP.

Neurostimulation tDCS

Transcranial direct current neuro-stimulation for chronic migraine and Fibromyalgia pain. Gentle and direct pulses are sent increasing brain activity, and aspects of focus. This high tech approuch is coupled with Physio to target pain management.

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Cost Coverage, Insurance and Benefits

Most health insurance providers will partially or fully cover services like physiotherapy, occupational therapy, kinesiology, massage therapy, psychology, clinical counselling and acupuncture.

A portion or all of your treatment fees could be covered, depending on if you were injured in a motor vehicle accident, have a worker’s compensation claim or extended health benefits.

Call Mountainview Health and Wellness today. Our staff can help you find out what you’re covered for, which could include:

  • ICBC insurance
  • Third-party insurance
  • WCB insurance
  • Extended health benefits

We accept all major credit cards, debit and cash.

As of April 1st, ICBC has increased the number of pre-approved health services you are entitled to. What this means for you is increased care in case you are injured in a motor vehicle accident.

Call us today to find out what you’re covered for.

New Westminster: (604) 544-5062

Have any questions? Call us today!

New Westminster: (604) 544-5062

We accept insurance from most providers which includes:

green shield canada
ssc insurance
pacific blue cross

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Registered Massage Therapists Association of BC (RMTBC)

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