We treat common injuries including shoulder pain, neck pain, concussions, and more.
Whether your injury stems from a sports injury or is the result of a chronic condition, we have a treatment to help you get on the path to recovery.
The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is one of the main stabilizing ligaments in your knee. ACL tears are common in sports that involve sudden stops, jumping, and changing direction. Read More
Over 80% of the population will suffer from lower back pain in their lifetime. Back pain can come on suddenly and last for up to six weeks (called acute pain), due to a fall or heavy lifting. Read More
Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis. It is a chronic, progressive condition most often affecting the hips and knees. Read More
Do you have elbow pain when you reach into the fridge to grab a carton of milk, grip your steering wheel, or when you use a mouse or keyboard? Read More
The ankle is a hinge joint that allows the foot to move in multiple directions: away from the body as in pointing your foot (plantar flexion) and toward the body (dorsiflexion). Read More
The hip is a ball and socket joint that attaches the thigh to the pelvis. Read More
Many people complain of knee pain whether they’re an athlete or not. As people become increasingly active, the number of knee problems increases. Read More
Neck pain is a common issue, affecting many people over their lifetime. Pain can occur anywhere from the bottom of your head to the top of your shoulders and can spread to the upper back. Read More
The shoulder is a ball and socket joint; it’s formed where the ball at the end of the humerus (upper arm bone) fits into the socket of the scapula (shoulder blade). Read More
Injuries are common when participating in sports. They can range from traumatic injuries from sudden impact to overuse injuries from repetitive strain, and anywhere in between. Read More
Tendons are flexible but inelastic cords of fibrous collagen tissue that attach the muscles to the bones throughout the body. Read More
Trauma is a common cause of visits to a physiotherapist. Both soft tissue damage (muscle, tendon and ligament injury) and a bone injury, such as a fracture, are common reasons. Read More
If you have pain in your wrist when carrying a bag, turning a doorknob, or experience numbness in your fingers, you may require treatment. Read More