Foam Rolling for Leaner, Longer and Pain free Legs!


Research has shown that foam rolling before your workout can increase range of motion without the decrease in muscle power that can result from pre-workout static stretching.
Using a foam roller to achieve improved range of motion allows you to become stronger in that extended range. For example, if you are working on doing deep squats, foam rolling will facilitate a deeper squat thereby allowing improved engagement and strengthening of your glutes. So, if you are strength training as part of your half-marathon prep, you should be able to improve your time.  

You can have postural imbalances caused by tight muscles and fascia. By releasing the right muscles and fascia with myofascial release you can help to correct these postural imbalances. 
Foam rolling can also stimulate the lymphatic system and help to reduce fluid retention.  This effect is short lived but by reducing a bloated appearance and dimpling in the skin, rolling will have you looking leaner for at least a couple of hours. 

The Social - Facial Cupping + Face Yoga


Dr. Liza visited her friends at The Social and performed a facial cupping treatment and walked the hosts  through some popular facial yoga poses to tighten, tone and relax face muscles without making a trip to the doctor. Before the rise of facial injections, facial yoga was popular among women as a way to keep faces looking youthful. It might not be as quick, but with a little patience and commitment, your results could be just as good.  Head to The Social to watch the full segment and learn how to do the poses!

Please note that Dr. Liza performs facial cupping as part of the comprehensive myofascial release visits and these treatments are not eligible for insurance reimbursement as they are cosmetic in nature.



Custom Orthotics in Downtown Toronto


Do you feel supported? Custom orthotics help to support and balance your body to help you feel better. Not only that, they help protect your weight bearing joints like your ankles, knees and hips. Foot, ankle, knee, hip or back pain? You may benefit from custom orthotics! 👣


For the month of February get a pair of custom orthotics at the[fix] for only $350. Most extended health care plans cover custom orthotics with a prescription from a medical doctor.

The dr. Liza sneaker pump available for pre-order

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The dr. Liza sneaker pump is a revolutionary 2 inch pump that literally feels like a sneaker. With all the features of the dr. Liza pump on a 2 inch heel and 0.5 inch platform you might never want to take these off. The orthotic insole, injected cushion throughout, rubber outsole and EVA [the same stuff in running shoes!] platform mean that you will be able to wear this heel all day and night. Versatile enough to take a walk, take flight or dance the night away at a special occasion. 

Available in Regular width [N] and Wide width [W] in sizes 5-12

Pre-order now at and get 50% off using the code 'FRIENDS2018'

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Chiropractic + Massage + dr. Liza pump holiday promos

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From Nov 16th - Nov 30th purchase a gift certificate for a 60 minute massage for only $85 +HST. The certificates can be used from the time of purchase until March 31, 2018. During this period you can also enjoy a massage for $85 +HST without purchasing a gift certificate. Do you regularly come in for massage? Stock up on certificates to enjoy this rate till March 31, 2018. Please note that you can receive insurance reimbursement and direct billing while using a gift certificate.



On Black Friday [Nov 24th] go online to for the lowest price ever on the shockingly comfortable dr. Liza pump. We will also be set up in the concourse of the Scotia Plaza atrium from 10:30am - 2:30pm if you would like to try them on or get a complimentary shoulder massage



From Nov 16th - Nov 30th book a 60 minute Initial Chiropractic Visit with Dr. Belinda for only $100 [normally $150]. Follow up visits during this period will also only be $70 [normally $80]. We also offer direct billing to most major insurance companies for Chiropractic.


Please note that Liza is now a manual osteopath and is registered with the SOC, OAONM + COMPO. At the moment Manulife, Standard Life, Desjardins, Blue cross and more cover these visits while Sunlife + Great-West Life do not.The treatment style remains unchanged and is a combination of osteopathic adjustments, myofascial release therapy and mobilizations. 





the[fix] + dr. Liza shoes Black Friday Pop-up


Come by and visit us in the concourse of Scotia Plaza for a complimentary shoulder massage from 10:30am to 2:30pm on November 24th. Also purchase a gift certificate for a 60 minute massage for only $85 from Nov 13th to Nov 24th. The certificate can be used from November 13, 2017 to March 31, 2018.

Don't let you benefits go to waste this year and finally get fixed!


Also, try on the shockingly comfortable dr. Liza pump and visit all day to shop the dr. Liza pump at the lowest price ever!




Our FALL FLASH SALE is here! Enjoy a 60 minute massage for only $85 or the[fix] signature massage for only $100. Created by our team of therapists, the[fix] signature massage aims to energize your body by restoring flexibility and freedom to muscles and joints. This has been especially created for downtown Toronto's office workers. A healing experience using anti-stress techniques including joints mobilizations, vibrations and stretches. Ideal for stressed, tired and overworked patients or to rebalance your body after working out.

The Social - Natural treatments and exercises for glowing skin


the[fix]'s manual osteopath Liza Egbogah was back at The Social to show 4 yoga poses you can do to get glowing skin and demonstrated some myofascial release and osteopathic techniques that can be done to decrease muscle tension in the face, improve skin coloration and provide a youthful glow.

Watch the full segment here to learn some techniques you can do yourself to get your glow on!


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