PHYSIOTHERAPY

What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is a rehabilitative therapy that is dedicated to helping an individual maintain, recover and improve their physical abilities. Physiotherapy is most commonly used in cases involving accidents or injuries. A Physiotherapist can help you return to your regular daily life as soon as possible after an accident or injury. Through a regimented treatment and exercise plan, a physiotherapist will help you manage and prevent a variety of physical problems that can be caused by illness, disease, sport and work related injuries, aging, and inactivity.

Who could benefit from Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy can help anyone who is or has been injured to prevent further injury. The physiotherapist will offer treatment, such as manual therapy, stretching, and modalities (TENs, acupuncture, therapeutic laser, Kinesio/athletic taping), as well as education and guidance to slowly and safely increase physical activity over time in order to return to you regular home, work, and exercise routine.


  • Sports injuries
  • Motor Vehicle injuries/accidents
  • Work related injuries
  • Whiplash
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Pre and Post-Surgical symptoms
  • Lower back sprain and strain
  • Degenerative Disc Disease
  • Cervical or Lumbar Disc Herniation
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Sciatica
  • Scoliosis
  • Soft tissue injuries
  • Tendonitis (golfer’s/tennis elbow, patellar tracking syndrome)
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
  • Rotator cuff injuries/frozen shoulder
  • Neurological disorders (arm/leg numbness and shooting pain)

Physiotherapy can help to improve:


  • Muscle strength and flexibility
  • Joint range of motion
  • Postural alignment and balance
  • Endurance at work/play
  • Post surgery rehabilitation and reconditioning
  • Stroke rehabilitation
  • Return to sport rate
  • Pain tolerance (reducing medication consumption)

How does Physiotherapy work?

Before a physiotherapist can implement an action plan, an initial physical assessment must be completed. This assessment will test your reflexes, sensations, strength and balance. Related joints, muscles, ligaments, and nerves will also be tested in order to determine the scope of your treatment needs and to design your action plan.

You action plan can be carried out through multiple techniques including:

  • Individualized therapeutic exercise plan
  • Range of motion exercises
  • Strength and Conditioning Training
  • Therapeutic Stretching
  • Spinal Decompression or manual traction
  • Joint mobilization
  • Kinesio and Athletic Taping
  • Acupuncture
  • Cardiorespiratory conditioning
  • Soft tissue techniques, including trigger point therapy and myofascial release
  • TENS/IFC (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation/interferential current)
  • Therapeutic Cold Laser therapy
  • Shockwave Therapy
  • Home exercise program

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