Treatment under the care of a registered physiotherapist is a recognized and effective solution for many musculoskeletal problems.Read More
Physiotherapists in Canada must first complete a four-year bachelor’s degree and then attain a Master’s Degree in Physiotherapy, or equivalent trainingTreatment under the care of a. They are health professionals registered with a professional college in each province. Physiotherapists are held in high regard by Canadians as trusted healthcare providers. They often have other postgraduate degrees and advanced training in areas of specialty such as orthopaedic physiotherapy or sports physiotherapy.
Physiotherapists have detailed, specialized knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the human body, which allows them to uniquely identify the underlying cause of a patient’s problems and provide treatment accordingly.
During the initial patient consultation and throughout treatment, our physiotherapists work hard to understand the story, goals and needs of our patients.Read More
Our team will also conduct a thorough review of a patient’s history and available imaging and consultation reports.
One barrier that we have found over the years for patients coming to a new practitioner is the uncertainty of their experience and outcome. Rest assured, you will be treated with respect and dignity in all aspects of your care. If you have any questions or concerns, we are here to provide answers.
Our initial assessment involves a thorough examination, as well as specialized physical tests and measures. Your physiotherapist will then analyze your condition(s) and establish a diagnosis. Your functional needs and abilities will also be taken into account so that your physiotherapist can create a treatment plan that aligns with your objectives and current condition.
Treatment at our facility often involves a combination of manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, and other appropriate treatment modalities such as laser, acupuncture, or shockwave therapy. We also provide our patients with extensive education regarding their injuries as well as a maintenance program to prevent future injuries.
Some of the many conditions that our physiotherapists can treat include:Read More
Arm and Hand Conditions
Lower Body Conditions
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Physiotherapists have a wide variety of techniques at their disposal. These include manual therapy techniques such as joint mobilisations/manipulations, muscle stretching and soft tissue release techniques. They also have access to modalities such as electrotherapy, therapeutic laser, ultrasound, taping, acupuncture and dry needling. Physiotherapists also have extensive knowledge of biomechanics and corrective exercise techniques.