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Islington Village Health
4920 Dundas St. West, Suite 201
Toronto, Ontario
Tue 10:00 am - 5:00 pm  
Fri 10:00 am - 5:30 pm  


One of the founders of Islington Village Health, Dr. Larga has an Honors Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology and Psychology. She graduated with distinction from York University and went on to earn her Doctor of Chiropractic at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto. With over 6 years of rehabilitation management experience, Dr. Larga has developed an approach to injury management that is based on current research and measurable patient outcomes. Dr. Larga also holds a certificate in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture from McMaster University and has had certification in Active Release Techniques and Activator Methods. As a Can Fit Pro trained group instructor, she has worked in both the athletic training and sports rehabilitation fields. For questions or concerns, email

Why should patients choose you as their provider instead of others in the area?

I offer evidence based diagnosis and effective treatment techniques while providing my patients with education about their condition to reduce the risk of relapse. I have over 9 years of clinical experience in the field and work with an experienced multidisciplinary team to provide thorough and complete health management.

What are the top 3 treatments that you focus on?

My treatments consist mostly of manual therapy (adjustments, mobilizations and soft tissue therapy), patient education/exercise prescription, and acupuncture

What are you proud of in your practice?

I'm proud the personal connection we make with each and every patient in order to help to improve their health, relieve their pain, and reach their goals.

Which cases do you enjoy treating? Why?

I enjoy treating all acute or chronic musculoskeletal cases whether sports, accident, or overuse related. I take great pleasure in taking a patient centered approach to treatment and like educating clients about how they can play an active role in their rehabilitation.