Physiotherapy provides preventive, diagnostic and rehabilitative services to help you achieve your highest level of physical function. It is a non-intrusive, cost-effective choice for managing your health.
Physiotherapy provides preventive, diagnostic and rehabilitative services to help you achieve your highest level of physical function. Intervention involves an initial assessment, treatment, and education for the management of acute and chronic conditions.
Physiotherapy is a non-intrusive, cost-effective choice for managing your health.
Mobilisations and manipulations are hands-on treatment techniques aimed to restore joint mobility, decrease muscle tone, and improve soft tissue extensibility.
The therapists that perform these techniques have completed rigorous post graduate training and have completed certifying exams.
Vestibular rehabilitation is an exercise-based approach to relieve the symptoms and discomfort of vestibular disorders. Dizziness, vertigo, unsteadiness and balance problems can all be treated through a gentle exercise program tailored to meet the specific needs of the patient.
Specific stretching, strengthening, and stabilization exercises are introduced early into your treatment and are integral to relieving symptoms, improving function, and for injury prevention.
Neurological conditions including stroke, brain injury, MS and other movement disorders can benefit from individualized exercise programs. Depending on your needs and goals, exercises will be designed to improve function and can include balance training, co-ordination recovery, strengthening and gait training.
Certain respiratory conditions (COPD, pneumonia, bronchitis, etc.) can be treated with postural drainage and manual therapy techniques.
Physiotherapists can treat most shoulder injuries, which commonly include sprains, strains, dislocations, rotator cuff tears and frozen shoulder.
Doctors often refer their patients to physiotherapists for back and neck pain. There are many common causes ranging from poor posture, to injuries, to other health conditions.
Hip and knee injuries are common conditions treated by physiotherapists. Hip and knee replacements are also increasingly common.