The needs of our patients
is our focus!
Our Registered Physiotherapists are here to assess your injury or condition and determine the best course of treatment to restore mobility, improve movement, reduce pain, educate, and prevent future injury from occurring.
Treatment plans are individualized and specific to your needs based on the findings of your assessment from your Physiotherapist.
In conjunction with a wide range of treatments, listed below
are key areas where we help our patients with.
CUPPING AND BLADING
BENEFITS OF PHYSIOTHERAPY
Our Physiotherapists work closely with our Kinesiologists in helping to establish appropriate treatments and exercises to help aid in your rehabilitation.
- Injury rehabilitation
- Injury Prevention
- Decreased pain
- Improvement in movement and mobility
- Increase strength and flexibility
Help prepare your body for surgery by seeing our Physiotherapists. Seeing a Physiotherapist prior to and post-surgery can help make your surgical and recovery experience a positive one.
ABOUT OUR THERAPY TREATMENTS
We will work with you on creating a treatment plan that works for
your needs and lifestyle!
Manual therapy is a hands-on form of physiotherapy used to treat injuries. The physiotherapist will move joints and apply pressure to muscles to help relieve pain and promote recovery. Manual therapy is used to treat soft tissue, joint inflammation, increase range of motion and improve movement and function.
Acupuncture involves inserting a fine needle through the skin and tissue over various areas of the body. Acupuncture can help manage pain, decrease inflammation, improve mobility and promote healing.
CUPPING AND BLADING
Cupping is a form of treatment where the therapist uses special glass or silicone cups that suction to the skin to help with pain, inflammation, and blood flow. The primary side effects of cupping are bruising or possible skin irritation.
SOFT TISSUE THERAPY
Soft tissue release is a hands on treatment that is used to assess and treat the muscles, tendons, fascia and ligaments of the body. Soft tissue release can help you restore flexibility in your muscles.
The McKenzie Method of therapy consists of different evaluation techniques to help the physiotherapist determine the most effective form of treatment for you. The method involves moving the body into different positions to determine which one eases pain.
Exercise prescription is an important part of physiotherapy. Our physiotherapist develops an exercise plan for you specific to your treatment plan and goals for rehabilitation. The exercises prescribed by your physiotherapist are used to recover, manage or prevent injury. With guidance and supervision, your physiotherapist will show you the appropriate exercises you need to achieve your goals.