Physiotherapists are trained in musculoskeletal assessment, treatment, strengthening and conditioning principles. They can treat both acute injuries and chronic conditions.
WHAT IS PHYSIOTHERAPY?
WHY SHOULD I ADD PHYSIOTHERAPY TO MY CHIROPRACTIC REGIME?
Chiropractors are experts in joint mobility, while Physiotherapists are experts in rehabilitation and conditioning. Though they each have knowledge in both areas, they will zone in on their field of expertise.
Through a combination of hands-on care including joint and soft tissue mobilization, and an emphasis on stretching, and corrective exercises, physiotherapists can guide your rehabilitation to restore the body’s proper function!
CONDITIONS PHYSIO CAN TREAT:
Chronic neck and back pain
Arthritis, degenerative disc disease
Acute spinal injuries: whiplash, sciatica, disc herniations
Headaches and TMJ pain
Tennis elbow, rotator cuff tears
Nerve Injuries (ie: carpal tunnel syndrome)
THREE STAGES OF CARE
ARE YOU NEW TO US?
HERE'S WHAT TO EXPECT AT YOUR FIRST PHYSIOTHERAPY VISIT.
Fill out some intake forms describing you, your health history and your health goals. These can be done digitally upon booking your appointment online, or if you prefer paper forms they are available here.
Your physiotherapist will go through the examination findings and explain the diagnosis.
We offer direct billing to most benefit plans. When you are in, please provide us with your insurance information and we will do our best to direct bill for your upcoming services.
You will consult with your physiotherapist, then he will do a thorough exam, incorporating a gait and mobility assessment, regional movements and strength testing, and tests of the joints, muscles, and nervous system.
Your physiotherapist will recommend and guide you through a rehabilitation program to achieve your goals.
YOU are a big factor in your recovery. Of course, we are here to help guide and treat you along the way. Our top priority is to get you feeling better and improve your overall health.
Reduction of symptoms
Understanding the pain
Effective pain control and self-management
RECOVERY & MOVEMENT
Re-establish pain-free multidirectional movement
Restored functional range of motion
Introduction of exercises for mobility and stability
Gradual re-activation to daily activities
RECOVERY OF FUNCTION
Improved strength and endurance
Return to all activities at home and work
Creation of an independent conditioning program for a durable, long-lasting recovery
YOU are a big part of your recovery! Committing some time at home will be a huge factor in the success of your treatment plan set out by your doctor. He or she will provide you with some exercises and stretches which can be sent to your email! It's a team effort between you and your practitioner. If we work together, you are more likely to succeed!
Light and laser therapy is a safe and highly effective treatment method that offers a rapid, drug free and non- invasive healing solution. It’s a safe, effective and painless therapy that activates the body’s natural healing systems to relieve pain, increase joint mobility, increase tissue integrity and promote cell regeneration.
Laser therapy will improve results for conditions such as:
Muscle tension and spasms
Sprains and strains
Acute and chronic pain
Post-operative wounds that result in a loss of range of motion