Injuries happen.  But pain shouldn’t be a part of your everyday life.  If you are dealing with an acute injury or one that’s been hanging around for months, we’ve got a service that can help.

MRU Injury & Prevention Clinic is a full service, inter-disciplinary injury rehabilitation and prevention clinic. Our team of health-care practitioners promote good physical and mental wellness by delivering exceptional care. So let’s get you back up and moving with less pain.


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Some of the most common injuries or conditions that practitioners at MRU Injury & Prevention Clinic can help with include:

  • Neck pain and stiffness
  • Upper and lower back pain
  • Knee pain or injuries
  • Headaches or migraines
  • Tendonitis
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Arthritis
  • Posture issues
  • Sciatica nerve pain
  • Shin splints
  • Sports injuries 

COVID-19 updates and protocols


Masks or face coverings are mandatory

Anyone coming to the MRU Injury & Prevention Clinic must wear a mask or face covering at all times when others are present (in private and public spaces). This applies to students, employees, contractors and visitors.

Please bring your own mask or face covering. Review how to safely don a mask.

Thank you for your cooperation.


Service updates (as of Sept. 16, 2021)

All of our services continue to be available by appointment. Book an appointment online or by phone.


Screening protocols

The clinic continues to follow the practice measures as set out by the Alberta College & Association of Chiropractors (ACAC), which includes patient screening, hand hygiene, cleaning, disinfecting and the use of PPE. The ACAC is working in collaboration with Alberta Health to guide changes to public health directives.

All patients requesting in-person appointments will be asked to self-screen using the questions below. Patients will be screened again when arriving for in-person appointments. Please refer to the screening questions below as well as the new clinic measures we’ve implemented to help create a safer environment.


For in-person appointments, patients will be required to complete the following steps:

  • Enter through the Recreation Entrance 
  • Wear a mask
  • Sanitize your hands

The following measures have been put in place to help create a safe clinic environment:

Physical Barriers: 

  • A plexiglass barrier at reception 
  • Reduced # of appointments in the clinic
  • Revised practitioner schedule that reduces overlap of patients in the clinic.
  • Increased distance between treatment beds
  • Disposable pillow cases on treatment beds
  • The option for a Tele-Health rather than in-person visit with your practitioner

Effective use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

  • Our practitioners will be wearing surgical/procedural masks and gloves when treating patients
  • Patients will be required to re-sanitize their hands before heading back to their appointment and will be required to wear their masks throughout the appointment unless it causes a hazard during treatment

Enhanced Cleaning and Disinfection Practices 

  • Routine cleaning and disinfecting of common areas and treatment beds
  • Use of Health Canada approved cleaning and disinfecting agents

Payment Processing Procedure

  • We will not be taking cash as a payment method during this period
  • We recommend the use of the TAP option for credit card or Interac payments 

Any patient or staff member who answers ‘yes’ to any of the questions below is asked to refrain from entering the clinic. If you have an appointment booked and have answered ‘yes’ to any of the questions below, please call our office to reschedule.

1. Have you been directed by Alberta Health Services or the Canadian Border Services Agency to quarantine in the last 30 days?

2. Do you have any of the following symptoms?

  • fever
  • new or changed chronic cough
  • sore throat that is not related to a known or pre-existing condition
  • nasal congestion that is not related to a known or pre-existing condition
  • runny nose that is not related to a known or pre-existing condition
  • shortness of breath that is not related to a known or pre-existing condition
  • a recent loss of sense of smell or taste

3. Have you had unprotected close contact with individuals who have a confirmed or presumptive diagnosis of COVID-19 (e.g. individuals exposed without appropriate PPE in use)?


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4825 Mount Royal Gate SW
Calgary, AB T3E 6K6
U216, Wellness Services



Hours of operation

Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Saturday: 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Sunday: Closed


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