Referral Forms:

Toronto Poly Clinic North York branch Referral Form:

North York Referral Form

Toronto Poly Clinic Thornhill branch Referral Form:

Thornhill Branch Referral Form

Helpful Links & Guides:

Evidence Based Mindfulness Meditation Techniques


Pain Intervention Guide


Multi-Disciplinary Chronic Pain Program for Car Accident Patient

Statistical analysis of changes in patients with MVA related chronic pain condition before and after eight weeks program. Groups of average eight patients participated in these programs since year 2004. The program is ongoing and data will be updated on a yearly basis.


Toronto Poly Clinic Meditation Guide

This practical guide is designed to show you quick and easy steps on how to use techniques from relaxation therapy in everyday life. It is not always easy to maintain a stress free life and with today’s hectic lifestyle, we are often focused on what to do with our time, being alert, keeping up with deadlines and in need of simple and practical solutions to help us relax. The key word is practical. So with time and practice, relaxation can be a normal and healthy part of your life. Enjoy the journey!


QUICK TIPS: Chronic Non Cancer Pain (CNCP) Diagnosis and Management

This brochure was authored by Angela Mailis MD, MSc, FRCPC (Physical Medicine), Director, Comprehensive Pain Program/ UHN, and Pain & Wellness Centre, Vaughan ON, and Kevin Rod, MD, CCFP, FCFP, DAAPM, DCAPM, Director, Poly Clinic, Toronto, in May 2015, and made possible through an unrestricted educational grant by Merck. It is distributed courtesy of ACTION Ontario, a not-for-profit organization for patients with neuropathic pain.


Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care

Recommendations for prevention of weight gain and use
of behavioural and pharmacologic interventions to manage
overweight and obesity in adults in primary care.



Trauma Resource Directory is an online directory for finding professional health care providers if you have been in a traumatic accident.

cpso-logoNational Opioid Guideline with Practice Toolkit.

The Canadian Guideline for Safe and Effective Use of Opioids is a national, evidence-based guideline to help primary-care physicians and specialists safely and effectively use opioids to treat patients with chronic non-cancer pain (CNCP).


The Canadian Pain Coalition is a partnership of pain consumer groups, health professionals who care for people in pain, and scientists studying better ways of treating pain.


The Pain Toolkit is a simple information booklet that would provide you with some handy tips and skills to support you along the way to manage your pain.

Internet-Based Education Tools Help Patients Manage Chronic Pain


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