PHYSIOTHERAPY

 

Increases wellness and mobility with hands-on clinical assessment and treatment for symptoms of illness, injury, and disability.

Physiotherapists are recognized experts in the non-surgical treatment of a wide range of musculoskeletal and orthopedic conditions and injuries.

Anyone who feels limited in their normal day-to-day functions, exercise, or recreational activities due to pain or other symptoms can definitely benefit from physiotherapy.

Reasons to seek Physiotherapy can include:

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Dislocated shoulder
Elbow and wrist pain
Foot and ankle pain
Frozen Shoulder
Pre/Post pregnancy back and pelvic pain
Sports Injury
Tennis Elbow
Whiplash

PHYSIOTHERAPY FAQs

We’ve compiled a list of FAQs to address some of the most common questions that our clients ask us.
What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy increases wellness and mobility with hands-on clinical assessment, diagnosis and treatment for symptoms of illness, injury and disability.

Physiotherapists are recognized experts in the non-surgical treatment of a wide range of musculoskeletal and orthopaedic conditions and injuries. A physiotherapist can also be referred to as a physical therapist, which means the same thing.

When should I see a Physiotherapist?

A large majority of musculoskeletal injuries and conditions can be greatly improved if not eliminated with manual physiotherapy. Anyone who feels limited in their normal day-to-day functions, exercise, or recreational activities due to pain or other symptoms can definitely benefit from physiotherapy.

The most common reasons to visit a physiotherapist include:

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Dislocated shoulder
  • Elbow and wrist pain
  • Foot and ankle pain
  • Frozen Shoulder
  • Pre/Post pregnancy back and pelvic pain
  • Sports Injury
  • Tennis Elbow
  • Whiplash
What are the benefits of Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy can:

  • Improve neck, shoulders and joint movement
  • Improve your posture
  • Provide relief from headaches, neck and back pain
  • Help with work-related muscle and joint injuries
  • Increase speed of heeling for athletic injuries
  • Improve flexibility and range of motion