freedomWhat is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy is a client centered, primary care health profession dedicated to improving quality of life through mobility, physical activity, health and wellness, along with prevention of disease, disability and injury.

Physiotherapy improves and maintains functional independence and physical performance by rehabilitating injury and effects of disease or disability through therapeutic exercise, education, planning and various other interventions.

Physiotherapy is anchored in movement science and aims to enhance or restore function. Physiotherapists are committed to health, lifestyle and quality of life.

Physiotherapists utilize diagnostic and assessment procedures and tools to develop and implement preventative and therapeutic treatments.  Physiotherapists analyze the impact of injury, disease, disability and lifestyle on movement and function.

How does Physiotherapy help you?
Generally, benefits of physiotherapy treatment include but are not limited to decreased pain, increased joint mobility, increased strength, improved co-ordination and balance, improved cardiovascular health, increased independence and function and decreased disability.

What does Physiotherapy treat?
Physiotherapy can be used for the treatment of a wide variety of conditions or disorders ranging from simple sprains or strains to neurological or cardiovascular conditions and many more. Our practices focus and specialize in the treatment and rehabilitation of many orthopaedic/musculoskeletal conditions such as, but not limited to:

  •   Low back pain/strain
  •   Neck pain/stiffness
  •   Post surgical
  •   Tendonitis
  •   Strains
  •   Motor Vehicle Accidents
  •   Workers Compensation
  •   Heel and Foot Pain
  •   Whiplash
  •   Headaches
  •   Osteoarthritis
  •   Frozen shoulder
  •   Repetitive Strain
  •   Work Related Injuries
  •   Golfers/Tennis Elbow
  •   Knee Pain
  •   Sports Injuries
  •   Injury Prevention
  •   Carpal Tunnel
  •   Sprains
  •   Sciatica
  •   Rotator Cuff Injury
  •   Plantar Fasciitis
  •   Hip Pain


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