Testosterone Deficiency

Are you a male with symptoms of fatigue, weakness, sadness, or sexual difficulties?  Take the screening test for testosteronedeficiency.  (ADAM Screen) 



Are you noticing anxiety, fatigue, sleep difficulties, or excessive worrying? Take the screening test for General Anxiety Disorder at http://www.psycho-oncology.info/GA-DSMIV-SR.pdf


Do you have complaints of depression, low energy, loss of pleasure, changes in sleep and appetite or poor concentration?  Take the test for depression at http://www.integration.samhsa.gov/images/res/PHQ%20-%20Questions.pdf


Iron Deficiency

If your iron level is low, your blood carries less oxygen to the cells. This may make you feel weak, tired and look pale. However, you may also have no symptoms.  Symptoms may include:

  • Paleness
  • Feeling tired
  • Unusual shortness of breath during exercise
  • Unusual food cravings (known as pica)
  • Fast heartbeat
  • Cold hands and feet
  • Brittle nails or hair loss
  • Headaches
  • Dizziness or lightheadedness
  • Menstrual irregularities
  • Depression / Anxiety / Irritability
  • Hair loss
  • Tinnitus (ringing in the ears)

See our doctors for more information.  You can also review this iron deficiency patient hand-out which details food items with high iron sources. This is prepared for your convenience by Dr. Goyal, is for information purposes only, and not meant to take the place of medical advice.  (Iron handout)


Non-Ohip Funded Services

Certain services are not covered by OHIP. These include:

-Drivers physicals

-Travel consultations, prescriptions, and vaccine administration

-Sick notes and other medical notes

-Pre-employment certificates of fitness

-Immunization forms for school and employment

-Disability forms, Tax credit forms

-Prescription by phone or fax

-Vaccines for infections like: HPV, hepatitis, typhoid, shingles

-Tb testing

-Moles and tag removal

-Cryotherapy for warts


**Please call the office for fee schedule information.


Important Community Phone Numbers

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Cancer Screening Recommendations


For most healthy adults**, the routine cancer screening is as follows:


-Breast cancer:  Screening with a mammogram very two years starting at age 50.

-Colon cancer: Screening with a hemocculttest every two years or colonsocpy every 10 years starting at age 50.

-Cervical cancer:  Screening with a pap test starting at age 21 for sexually active women.


For further information, please talk to our doctors or visit Cancer Care Ontario at https://www.cancercare.on.ca/