Friday, March 5, 2010

Open House: Say Goodbye to Arthritis Pain

Poster: The Art of Life Health Centre Toronto Open House Goodbye Arthritis Pain
Poster: The Art of Life Health Centre Open House

The ART of LIFE Health Centre

Invites you to attend our OPEN HOUSE

Good Bye, Arthritis

Day: Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

You will get a FREE 15 min. massage, info about our unique diagnostic and treatment programs, coffee, tea, cookies, and a traditional education lecture:

Good Bye, Arthritis
  • Dr. Liudmyla Gerus, Naturopathic Doctor
  • Kyrill Biba, PhD, Registered Acupuncture Practitioner and Homeopath

The lecture will cover the following topics:

[ V ] What are the roots of arthritis?

[ V ] What do you have to do to get rid of your problem.

[ V ] How to get the best combination of natural medicine, physiotherapy, diet and exercise in each individual case?

[ V ] Why our medical professionals and modern physiotherapeutic equipment can help you to stay active and feel younger again.

Don’t lose your chance to win 5 FREE Infrared Body Wrap treatments!

Location: Suite 121, 885 Don Mills Road
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M3C 1V9

Entrance to the free parking is from Gervais Drive via Wynford Drive

Get a map and/or directions:
Google Map: 885 Don Mills Road
At the North-East corner of Don Mills Road and Eglinton Avenue East

Taking public transit?
Take the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line to the Eglinton station and transfer to the Eglinton East (route 34) bus. Get off at Don Mills Road.
Or, take the Bloor-Danforth subway line to the Pape station and transfer to the Don Mills (route 25) bus. Get off at Wynford Drive.

Our neigbours are the Ontario Science Centre and Celestica International Inc. manufacturing site.

If you need more information,
give a call to Ludmila at 416-449-6747
or send us an e-mail at
or check our web-site:

Please come when you like, learn about our centre, meet our doctors, ask questions. We can help you to verify if certain detox therapies really work for you.

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1 comment:

G. Out said...

The treatment, whichYou receive will be fitted to your specific conditions. Since the disease is as diverse as rheumatoid arthritis, treatment should be given to your strength and your symptoms. It 'important, must seek the advice of a doctor if you begin to feel pain because early detection can slow down and stop the progression of the disease. You can help stop the spread and on.