As Canada’s health inspiration company, we’re committed to enhancing your ability to Live Well, For Life.
As we navigate the uncertainty of COVID-19, the health of our clients and community is more important than ever. From virtual appointments to healthy meal deliveries, we’re pulling out all the stops to ensure that you and your family stay safe through the crisis.
Click here to discover Medcan physician Dr. Scott Gledhill’s top tips and advice to plan for—and alleviate—COVID-19 symptoms.
Our new and enhanced membership offerings ensure quality care for the whole family—in-clinic or virtually.
We believe that diet and nutrition, physical activity and mental health are the three most important factors in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Together, they’re the foundation of our Eat Move Think philosophy.
We believe that the best diet consists of wholesome, minimally processed, mainly plant-based foods in reasonable quantities. We don’t buy into fads or single-nutrient diets, which fall short in supporting our immunity and mental health.
We believe that the decision to engage in regular physical activity is the most important lifestyle change you can make to increase your likelihood of living a long and active life. As we spend more time at home, it’s especially important to find new ways to stay active.
We believe that your brain is the most powerful tool you have. Between all that streaming and scrolling, be sure to exercise it regularly with positive self-talk, focus, visualization, proper sleep, and mindfulness.
Tailored to your unique health needs, our new and enhanced membership offerings ensure that you and your family (grandma and grandpa, too) receive unparalleled care for acute and ongoing health concerns—through the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.
How do you work out when you’re self-isolating? It’s an important question. Even if social distancing has you trapped inside, exercise is important for immune function and mood. It’s also the secret to a good night’s sleep.
Discover Medcan physician Dr. Scott Gledhill’s top tips and advice to plan for — and alleviate — COVID-19 symptoms.