Physiotherapy + Rehabilitation

Don’t let your injuries keep you from doing what you love. Visit one of our highly-skilled physiotherapists and get back on your feet. Let us fix you!

Physiotherapists diagnose, manage, and treat disorders and injuries of the musculoskeletal system including rehabilitation after orthopedic surgery. This specialty of physical therapy is most often found in the out-patient clinical setting. Orthopedic therapists are trained in the treatment of post-operative orthopedic procedures, fractures, acute sports injuries, arthritis, sprains, strains, back and neck pain, spinal conditions, and amputations.

Joint and spine mobilization/manipulation, ultrasound, therapeutic exercise, neuromuscular re-education, hot/cold packs, and electrical stimulation are modalities often used to expedite recovery in the orthopedic setting. Those who have suffered injury or disease affecting the muscles, joints, bones, ligaments, or tendons will benefit from assessment by a Physiotherapist specialized in orthopedics.

Physiotherapists are Masters level trained primary health care professionals with a significant role in health promotion and treatment of injury and disease. They combine their in-depth knowledge of the body and how it works with specialized hands-on clinical skills to assess, diagnose and treat symptoms of illness, injury or disability.

Recent Articles on Physiotherapy

, ,

The tragic hip. Managing hip pain with Science.

Hip pain be difficult to manage.  We use our hips all the time with motion. We sit on them. We lie on them.  They are even closely related to back pain and knee pain. Fortunately, we have research to the rescue. A large scale RCT study…

New Service: Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

Pelvic floor physiotherapists are orthopedic physiotherapists who have specialized training in assessing and treating conditions resulting in the dysfunction of the pelvic floor muscles for both males and females. Your therapist will take…

Physical Exercise for Mental Health

A compelling recent article in the British Journal of Sports Medicine has delved into the topic of using Physical Exercise to help Mental Health. ⇒ Previous research trials suggest that physical activity may have similar effects to psychotherapy…