Physiotherapy addresses more health concerns than you might think!
We offer a variety of quality services that we tailor specifically to your needs to help you get back to the things you love. Book an appointment to learn about your pain and how we can help you treat it.
The “hands-on” part of physiotherapy! This is where we assess muscle, tendon, ligament, bone and joint issues, as well as nerve-related pain that can result from work, car or sports accidents, or post-surgical limitations. We treat what we find through various techniques, ranging from joint mobilization and manipulations, to massage/soft tissue release, stretching, traction, and other nifty tricks.
The development of a meaningful and appropriate home or gym exercise program is key to a successful recovery. All of our physiotherapy treatment plans include an exercise component to enhance the benefits from each treatment session so your gains continue outside the clinic.
IMS/Dry Needling can be a game-changer for people dealing with musculoskeletal or nerve pain. This technique involves the insertion of thin needles (similar to those used in acupuncture) to create small muscle twitches that release and reset tension, reduce pain, enhance muscle firing, and improve mobility. If it’s the right fit for you, we include dry needling as part of our treatment sessions at no additional cost.
The muscles of your pelvic floor can impact your bowel and bladder, as well as your lower back, pelvis and hips. A pelvic health assessment will help us determine if your pelvic floor muscles are too tense, short, or weak to treat pelvic pain disorders such as dyspareunia, vaginismus, vulvodynia, persistent prostatitis, pelvic organ prolapse, incontinence, and constipation in all genders (LGBTQ2+ community members inclusive 🏳️🌈).
For a full list of pelvic conditions that we treat, click here.
Welcoming a little bundle of joy to the world? If your pregnancy or delivery has some less than joyful effects on your body, or you want to optimize your pre- and post-delivery health and recovery, we can help. Our experienced physiotherapists can guide you through the physical changes parenthood brings, from pelvic concerns to low back and shoulder pain, as well as blocked milk ducts.
Whether your set of wheels is new or a little more vintage, a good fit is key to cycling comfort, efficiency and injury prevention. Our BikeFit® Canada certified physiotherapist can assess your ride and make adjustments to your saddle, handlebars, and (most importantly) the foot-pedal interface to help you cycle pain-free and to your best ability.
For more information about what a BikeFit® session entails, click here.
Getting hit on the head isn’t always a concern unless symptoms such as headaches, mental fogginess, mood changes, poor concentration, and visual disturbances last longer than expected. The good news is that the majority of concussions are treatable with a little help! With a comprehensive exam, we’ll determine what’s triggering your symptoms and create a treatment plan to help mend your melon.
Chronic or persistent pain/injury can really take its toll both mentally and physically, but recovery still remains possible even in complex cases. Our pain expert physiotherapist helps achieve this by normalizing sensation in the area(s) of pain/dysfunction, movement repatterning, exercise/activity level monitoring, mindfulness training, pain science education, and a healthy dose of encouragement!
For more information about this program, click here.
If you feel like you’re on a boat or find the room is spinning, you likely have a vestibular issue. If your inner ear is the problem, we’ll perform repositioning techniques (such as the Epley Maneuver) and prescribe home exercises to help restore your balance and sensory awareness to prevent recurrence.