The Ontario Migraine Clinic

The Ontario Migraine Clinic

September 22, 2011 15:08 ET

All Teachers in Ontario Now have Coverage for Acupuncture from the Ontario Migraine Clinic

The Ontario Migraine Clinic is the First Clinic to Provide Coverage to All Teachers Working for a School Board in Ontario

GEORGETOWN, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Sept. 22, 2011) - Effective January 1st, 2012, every teacher in Ontario will be eligible to receive $300.00 towards treatment at the Ontario Migraine Clinic for acupuncture. The Ontario Migraine Clinic treats those suffering from migraines, strain injuries, sciatica, arthritis, skin conditions, anxiety, depression and many more common health issues. For a complete listing of the health concerns our clinic treats, please visit: http://migraineclinic.ca/documents/AcupunctureUses.html.

Ontario teachers receive excellent benefit packages, but until now, acupuncture was not included. Brendan Cleary, founder of the Ontario Migraine Clinic, wishes to help teachers in Ontario by having acupuncture included as a benefit.

Teachers in Ontario will now receive $300.00 to be used towards acupuncture treatment at the Ontario Migraine Clinic. The treatment does not need to be migraine-related and immediate family members of Ontario teachers are eligible to receive the same $300.00 coverage.

This independent coverage is a separate addition to teacher's existing benefit package is intended to facilitate their dedication to reach and maintain optimum health. Please contact andrea@migraineclinic.ca to learn more.

About The Ontario Migraine Clinic:

Established in 1999, the Ontario Migraine Clinic (www.migraineclinic.ca) provides a unique method of acupuncture to treat, prevent and educate about migraine headaches and pain. The Ontario Migraine Clinic's Brendan Cleary was awarded the Star of Asia by the Open University of Complementary Medicine. This was the first time that this Star has been awarded to someone in North America.

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