What is Physiotherapy?
“Physiotherapy is the primary health care profession that promotes wellness, mobility, and independent function. Physiotherapists have advanced understanding of how the body moves, what keeps it from moving well, and how to restore mobility.” The Canadian Physiotherapy Association
With modern technology and a patient-centered approach, we work with you to get you back to the life you want to live quickly.
Physiotherapists are skilled in the assessment and management of a broad range of conditions; plan a suitable course of action and to implement that plan using a variety of techniques which could involve a combination of activities including: hands-on treatment, electrical modalities, specific exercise instruction to address muscle imbalances and joint problems, and a wide variety of other techniques. Additionally, education to the client is always provided in order to assist the individual in understanding their condition and preventing it from re-occurring.
Patient-Centered Care Involve:
Some treatment options:
- Manual therapy – intervention to reduce pain and stiffness
- Strengthening and therapeutic exercise programs
- Mobility and flexibility improvement
- Improvements in muscle imbalances and postural correction
- Balance retraining and movement coordination
- Electrical modalities such as TENS, IFC, COLD LASER therapy, Ultrasound, Paraffin Wax Bath etc…
- Soft Tissue Work (deep friction massage) – scar tissue breakdown
- Gait retraining and general conditioning regimes