The Amani Health team would like to let you know we are here for you and your family as the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve. This rapidly evolving new reality is having an impact on our communities’ physical and mental health. Prioritizing our health and working together are more important than ever in order to help us all get through this challenging time.
Our team has been working diligently to provide our support and services to our clients, our first responders and community, both locally and throughout Ontario. At this time, you are able to book virtual visits for:
Physiotherapy and Fitness programming with Drew Murray, Registered Physiotherapist
Nutrition consultations with Susan MacFarlane, Registered Dietician
Psychological consultations are available with Dr. Mahin Tavakoli, Registered Psychologist. Please note this service is currently for Ottawa Police members only at this time.
Medical appointments: “Walk in” e-visits with Dr. Ankita Goel, a family physician working mostly in the hospital. If you do not have a family physician, or are unable to reach your family physician in a timely manner.
Real You program participants, past and present can continue to book visits with Dr. Neda Amani to support their overall health and wellness goals.
We are also working on providing reliable content and self-care information to help you and your family during this critical time. For further details and regular updates, please visit our website at .
Our full administration staff is available to you Monday-Thursday, 9am-5 pm and Fridays 9am-12 pm. They are working from home and can book your virtual appointments and answer any questions or concerns. The best way to connect with our team is to call our office at 613-714-1162 and leave a detailed message, or send an e-mail to .
We welcome and appreciate you connecting with us to share your thoughts on how we can best support the health and well-being of you, your family and our community. Please also let us know if you have any questions or concerns.
The messaging has been loud and clear: If we all stay home, especially for the next month ahead, and limit our time outside to only the absolute essentials - like getting groceries, we can mitigate the health and economic risks to us all.
We want to take this opportunity to thank all our first responders, front-line workers and all who are being called to serve us in the community for their ongoing dedication and courage. You are living heroes.
Please refer to Ottawa Public Health’s website, to keep up to date:
With our sincere wishes for your and your families’ health and well- being,
Dr. Neda Amani and the Amani Health Team