Achieving your best in musculoskeletal function requires a holistic approach. Our Physiotherapists understand the entire body system, and see an enormous range of issues in our practice. With years of further education and experience, our Physiotherapists are experts in diagnosis and creating treatment plans that use a variety of techniques (see below) that will help you reach your goals. Remember, our therapists are also trained in prevention. You do not have to wait for a problem to happen, book an appointment today.
Our Physiotherapists are trained to use their hands to manipulate joints and put pressure on muscle tissue to help decrease pain caused by injury, disease, muscle spasm, muscle tension or joint dysfunction. In conjunction with a prescribed course of Manual Therapy sessions, our Physiotherapists may also integrate other treatment modalities such as heat/cold, ultrasound, electrotherapy, and specific exercise.
When an injury occurs, seeking therapy promptly can help you to achieve a good recovery and assist in a return to a sport. Also, being proactive and seeking a stretching and strengthening program will aid in preventing sprains and strains.
Are you are runner? Do you play rugby? Are you an elite athlete or a weekend warrior? We have therapists with sport specific training. Let our front desk know what sport(s) you play and they will match you with the best therapist.
This ancient practice has been shown to balance energy flow, increase blood flow and boost the body’s natural painkillers. Some of our Physiotherapists and Massage Therapists are specially trained in acupuncture and will integrate it into their overall therapeutic approach.
Many injuries we see are caused by poor biomechanics. A large portion of runners, for example, experience an injury at some point in their running life. Many of those injuries are the result of training errors and/or poor running mechanics. Our experienced running Physiotherapist, Paul Jager feels it is important to evaluate an individual’s biomechanics and training habits. During your assessment, your running technique will be evaluated, and you will receive recommendations that will help you improve your technique and help you reach your goals – whether it be to improve your speed, begin to run, return to run after an injury or just simply prevent future injures. A running assessment will benefit any level of runner from the beginner all the way up to the seasoned marathoner.
Pelvic Health Physiotherapy is a specific branch of physiotherapy for all genders. Pelvic Floor Physiotherapists are Registered Physiotherapists who are specially trained to use external as well as internal hands-on techniques to assess and treat conditions that involve the pelvic floor musculature. Our Pelvic Floor Physiotherapists will complete a physical examination of your back, pelvis, sacrum, pelvic floor muscles, and nerve function.
Vestibular rehabilitation is an effective approach that utilizes an exercise-based program, designed by specifically trained therapists like Physiotherapist, Paul Jager. Vestibular Rehabilitation has been shown to improve balance and reduce problems related to dizziness/imbalance.
Taping is commonly used as an adjunct and temporary technique by both our Physiotherapists and Chiropractor. They may use tape to assist in reducing pain, injury recovery and re-injury prevention. Tape can do this by restricting movement, compressing soft tissue to reduce swelling, supporting anatomical structures, correcting biomechanics, facilitating muscle action, reducing strain on vulnerable tissues and/or enhancing proprioception. .
Pain, headaches & loss of motion are all common side effects of automobile accidents. We offer treatment to aid recovery whether your symptoms are minor, severe, or catastrophic. Proper treatment when received immediately and effectively can help pave the way for a healthier, pain-free life in the future. We handle the paperwork & billing with the insurance company, and we offer physiotherapy, massage therapy, chiropractic care and concussion rehabilitation on site.
Work injuries caused by repetitive motion, poor posture, poor lifting habits, or trauma are common things we treat. We offer an individualized approach that may involve education, injury specific strengthening, flexibility training and a cardiovascular component. The overall focus is placed on improving a clients overall functional ability in order to prepare them to return safely to work.
The Schroth Method, developed by Katharina Schroth, is a nonsurgical option for scoliosis treatment. It uses exercises customized for each patient to return the curved spine to a more natural position. The goal of the specific exercises is to de-rotate, elongate and stabilize the spine. Our Physiotherapist DJ Nedelko is trained in The Schroth Method.