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Outrunning a history of heart disease
Knowing he has a family history of heart disease, Howard Gaskin has been active all his life and started running regularly over 20 years ago. Unfortunately, his genetics caught up with him as he crossed the finish line of the Brooklyn Half Marathon in October 2015. Following intensive care and surgery to unblock an... More >
Celebrating National Volunteer Week
April 7-13, 2019 is National Volunteer Week and this year we gratefully join in recognizing how volunteers are “Lifting Communities... More >
Walk with us May 25th
Vigorous exercise for recovering heart patients was rarely practiced when Toronto Rehab began its Cardiac Rehab program in 1968. When Tor... More >
Unlock the Potential of Food
March is Nutrition Month. At Toronto Rehab we celebrate our Registered Dietitians who are helping “Unlock the Potential of Food&rdq... More >
New Physiatrist-In-Chief shares his vision
Dr. Mark Bayley’s belief in the power of training and exercise is what led him to become a physiatrist – a doctor who special... More >
Reducing falls and injury
The recent onslaught of winter snow and ice has made us all more aware of slipping hazards. At Toronto Rehab, many of our scientists and ... More >
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