“Recover from major injury/surgeries and relieve pain that restricts mobility and strength”
Physiotherapy is not only for people who are already experiencing discomfort and pain, but also for prevention of any future injuries by strengthening the body and ensuring proper alignment. It incorporates the use of manual therapies, various modalities and exercise prescription to help regain movement or to correct imbalances in the body.
Our physiotherapists will provide you with tips and resources to help you maintain proper movement and function outside the clinic to help you live pain free.
How it works?
Your physiotherapist will begin with a comprehensive body assessment to learn more about your individualized needs and health goals to create a personalized plan that works best for you. Your physiotherapist will also take a closer look at your posture and how you move. You may be asked to complete certain movements as part of the assessment to help identify
the root cause of your discomfort or pain. Together, this information will provide a guide for your treatment plan moving forward to ensure relief of any tension or pain you are experiencing.
During subsequent treatments, physiotherapists will provide a range of methods to improve the way you move, release tension, increase range of motion and build strength. Hands on myofascial treatment, joint mobilization and manipulation will be used to decrease tension. In addition, physiotherapists may use modalities and/or acupuncture to assist recovery. Once discomfort and tension have been decreased, our physiotherapists will walk you through personalized corrective exercises to help you control the increased range of motion as well as to strengthen your muscles for increased stabilization. Your physiotherapist will provide
description and demonstration of each exercise to ensure you are able to successfully continue these exercises at home.
The following is a list of some of the symptoms and conditions that can be treated with physiotherapy:
High blood pressure
Pelvic floor discomfort