About Us

The Halton Spinal Decompression Centre in Milton, Ontario has provided Spinal Decompression services since 2008. Our team of experienced physiotherapists have advanced skills in the area of Orthopaedics, including the treatment of back pain, cervical spine pain (neck pain) and herniated disc symptoms.

Spinal Decompression Centre in Milton

Therapists provide consultation and in depth assessment, to ensure Spinal Decompression therapy is the treatment of choice for you. Therapists work with you to establish a treatment program for back pain relief that meets your problem, lifestyle and schedule.

The Halton Spinal Decompression Centre has supportive, caring and skilled staff to assist you and to work to reduce your back pain.

Spinal Decompression for back and neck pain

The center’s early morning and late evening hours from Monday to Friday, and skilled staff provide you with Spinal Decompression services that are convenient, comprehensive and effective. Spinal Decompression Therapy in Milton, just off of the 401 provides you with Spinal Decompression that is easy to access during your day, allowing you to take time for your treatment without interrupting your lifestyle.

How many visits are recommended for Spinal Decompression Therapy and how long is each session? Visits are usually one hour in length. 20 treatments are recommended for best results; however, we realize this may not be possible for everyone because of the cost.

We will work with you to make a Spinal Decompression therapy plan that suits your budget.

Call 905 901 2322 or email info@spinaldecompressioncentre.ca for your complimentary assessment.

Physiotherapist at Spinal Decompression Centre for Cervical PainTina Doney has been practicing in the field of physiotherapy since 1994. She obtained an Honours Bachelor of Physical Education and Honours Bachelor of Health Sciences in Physiotherapy, both at McMaster University in 1992 and 1994.

She enjoys working in the area of Orthopaedics and has taken many post graduate courses and has achieved the highest standard in Orthopaedic Clinical Education recognized by the Physiotherapy Association, an Advanced Diploma in Orthopaedic Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy. Tina is a fellow in the Canadian Manual and Manipulative Therapy division for advanced training in orthopaedics.

Tina has a special interest in the biomechanics of the foot and has been providing services relating to custom orthotics/custom orthotic shoes prescription for a number of years. Tina has a sporting background in gymnastics, and enjoys treating gymnasts, dancers, skaters, and other athletes. She understands the importance of sport in an athlete’s life and will work towards returning someone to their sport as quickly and as safely as possible.

What Tina enjoys must about her work, is helping people through a difficult time, knowing she plays an important part in helping people get back to their regular activities of life. Tina has an interest in treating complex back and neck pain. With it’s common occurrence and sometimes debilitating nature, she plays a central role in the use of spinal decompression therapy at the clinic as one of our many treatment options.


Spinal Decompression for degenerative DiscConnie Francoz been working as a physiotherapist since 1994. She has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology, graduating from the University of Waterloo in 1992 and Bachelor of Health Science Degree in Physiotherapy, graduating from McMaster in 1994.

Connie completed her Advanced Diploma in Orthopaedic Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy in 2001, recognized by the Physiotherapy Association as the current standard in advanced training in the area of Orthopaedic assessment and treatment.

Connie enjoys consulting for and treating complex orthopaedic patients and has a wide variety of manual therapy, joint and myofascial skills as well as a strong exercise background that integrates a variety of exercise options and functional training.