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Apr 19, 2020, 12:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Canadian Legion Hall,
233 Centre St E, Richmond Hill, ON L4C 1A7, Canada

Change The Way You Interact With Pain

Chronic pain is at epidemic levels in Canada with one out of five people reporting that they live with pain. Chronic Pain is recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a disease in its own right. It's not "just" an ache. It needs to be taken seriously. You need to take it seriously! And you have the power to overcome your pain- you just need to choose the path that works for you. 

Pain is a unique and personal experience - and its solution too varies from person to person. There are several pathways you can take to overcome your pain, and through this event we aim to connect you with all the various options so you can learn more, ask questions, before you find the right fit for yourself. 



Empower Hour
A Key Note By Anne Klausner
Anne Klausner
CEO, Exercise with Care
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Anne Klausner is  passionate about changing the way we think about chronic pain and balance.

Exercise with Care is unique in the field of personal training because of Anne’s education in the neurology of movement.   As an Exercise Therapy Specialist Anne creates programs tailored to each individual. Past injuries, surgeries and life experiences all affect the way you move and feel today. Neurology based exercises are extremely effective at reducing pain and increasing strength and balance.

In 2016, Anne Klausner founded Exercise with Care in order to spread her vision of health and wellbeing in the community by combining her experience in the field of rehabilitation with the skill of a personal trainer and knowledge of neurology.   Programs include daily drills to keep you progressing towards your goals. After all, exercise is about feeling better every day, not just on “gym days”

As a certified Exercise Therapy Specialist Anne works with individuals of all ages to improve their quality of life.
Ed Talk Presenters
Neuro- Physio 
Carole Chebaro, BKine., BEd., MScPT
Co-Founder, NeuroCore Physio Rehab
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Carole is a member in good standing with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario and is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association, Neurosciences Division as well as the Ontario College of Teachers.  Carole co-found Neurocore Physiotherapy & Pilates in 2008 for the assessment and treatment of clients with complex neurological and musculoskeletal conditions. Carole's passionate about providing a therapeutic environment that is inclusive, non-threatening and welcoming.


Carole values education and research in Spine care. She is a Clinical Instructor and has been a Small Group Facilitator for Physiotherapy students at the University of Toronto.   She is a certified Stott Pilates Instructor, and has a special interest in neuro and complex ortho rehab. She values therapy that is creative, personal, challenging and meaningful.  She celebrates providing clients with the confidence to explore creative movement in order to reach their physical goals & potential.

Sonia Vovan, BHSc, MScPT
Clinical Director of Concussion Management and Vestibular Rehabilitation at NeuroCore Physio Rehab

Sonia’s expertise is applied when working with individuals who experience balance and dizziness related problems requiring Vestibular Rehabilitation. She provides comprehensive assessment, treatment and individualized specialized programs for individuals to manage and treat their Concussion and Post-Concussion symptoms. She is passionate about working with the neurological and orthopaedic population and supports clients of all ages and backgrounds to achieve their individualized rehabilitation goals.  


Sonia is a member in good standing with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario and is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association, Neurosciences Division. Sonia is also a member of the Vestibular Disorders Association advocating for individuals who are impacted by their dizziness

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Traditional Chinese Medicine
Ilana Stein-Attali, B.Sc., M.Sc. , Acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Medicine(RTCMP)
Founder, The House Of Vitality
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When the body hurts, TCM incorporates various modalities that integrate mind, body and spirit to neutralize the imbalance of charges that cause pain and restores a natural flow of energy. 

The House of Vitality, is a one-stop care center addressing the mind, body, spirit relationship in regards to health. Ilana integrates a wealth of experience and knowledge into her practice while providing a caring space for pain and conflict to neutralize and transform.


Ilana is a member of the college of TCM practitioners and acupuncturists of Ontario

TMD & Sleep Breathing Disorder Specialist
Dr. Richard Goodfellow, BSc, DDS
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Dr. Richard Goodfellow is a dentist that has a practice limited to the treatment of Temporomandibular Joint Disfunction and sleep breathing disorders. 

Symptoms for the same may include; migraines, headaches, craniofacial pain, jaw problems and noises, fatigue, snoring, clenching and grinding and obstructive sleep apnea in adults and children.


He has been a dentist for over 40 years and focusing on these problems the last 15.



Empower Hour : A Keynote address by Anne K. 
Coffee Break
Marketplace Open
EdTalk #2 : Remember to sign up when you register 
Ed Talk Introductions
Show Specials Announcements
Raffle Announcements
Marketplace Last Call 
Mix & Mingle 
Marketplace Open
EdTalk 1 :Remember to sign up when you register






The Royal Canadian Legion, believes in the power of people working together. Established in 1926, The Royal Canadian Legion is Canada’s largest Veteran support and community service organization.

They endeavour to make a difference in the lives of Veterans, including military and RCMP members and their families; to support our communities and our country, and to always remember the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country.

The Royal Canadian Legion Hall
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