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Physiotherapist treating a patients foot

Physiotherapy focuses on the science of movement and helps people to restore, maintain and maximize their physical strength, function, motion and overall well-being by addressing the underlying physical issues.  Our physiotherapists use a bio-psycho-social  approach to help you on your journey to wellness.  Using various methods such as exercise, manual therapy as well as various modalities, such as ultrasound, laser and shockwave, our team is well equipped to provide an individualize treatment plan tailored to your specific needs.

Patient laying on a table, face down, receiving a hands on massage therapy treatment
Registered Massage Therapy

Massage therapy is the manipulation of soft tissues in the body. This includes muscles, connective tissue, tendons, ligaments and joints. Massage therapy may help to alleviate the discomfort associated with occupational stresses, muscular over-use and chronic pain conditions.

Patient side lying on table while chiropractor has hands on to do an adjustment
Chiropractic Care

Chiropractic care is a patient-centred, non-invasive, hands-on, regulated health care profession focused on your spine, muscles,  joints and nervous system. Chiropractors use the best available evidence and clinical expertise to diagnose issues that affect the patient's movement. Chiropractic care can promote health and improve the patient's quality of life, as well as alleviate pain.

Chiropractor providing Active Release Therapy to patient side lying on a chiropractic table
Active Release Technique (ART)

Active Release Therapy (ART), also called Active Release Technique, is a non-invasive manual therapy technique that works to correct soft tissue restrictions that cause pain and mobility issues. The goal is to break down scar tissue and adhesions in order to optimize function in the body. The technique can be applied to both acute and chronic conditions involving the muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves and fascia.

Physiotherapist assisting patient with balance on a foam beam during vestibular rehabilitation
Concussion Care

Post-concussion rehabilitation includes a thorough musculoskeletal and neurological assessment to determine the root causes of the symptoms the patient is experiencing. Your Physiotherapist will work with you to create a treatment plan consisting of evidence-based recommendations including providing education on rest and recovery as well as assisting with transition back to school and sports/activity. Post-concussion rehab involves training the oculomotor, vestibular, balance, musculoskeletal and autonomic systems to assist patients in their recovery.

Physiotherapist, heather holding a pelvic model
Pelvic Health Physiotherapy

You don’t have to live with incontinence, pelvic pain and low back pain. If you’re experiencing bladder control issues or pelvic floor pain when you sneeze, cough, or in the middle of your fitness routine, we are here to help.

Pelvic floor physiotherapy treatments address the pain and discomfort associated with weak or imbalanced pelvic floor muscles.

Physiotherapist assisting patient with concussion rehabilitation using head laser, physio has hands on patient's head
Vestibular Rehabilition

Vestibular rehabilitation is an evidence-based form of therapy focusing on the symptoms caused by vestibular disorders including Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV), cervicogenic dizziness, post-concussion syndrome, Meniere's Disease or anyone experiencing dizziness, visual disturbance, or imbalance. Vestibular rehabilitation focuses on balance (both static and dynamic) and oculomotor training, manual therapy for the cervical spine, habituation exercises and repositioning maneuvers for patients experiencing BPPV. Your Physiotherapist will create a individualized program for you assessing your needs and goals.

Shockwave therapy being held by a physiotherapist and applied to a patient's knee
Shockwave Therapy

Shockwave therapy accelerates the healing process in the body by stimulating the metabolism and enhancing blood circulation to regenerate damaged tissue.

Shockwave is proven effective for treating several conditions including, Tennis Elbow, Plantar Fasciitis, hip pain, shoulder pain and many more.

Laser therapy being applied to a patients hand
Laser Therapy

Low level laser therapy (LLLT) is used by some physiotherapists to treat various musculoskeletal conditions. LLLT is a non-invasive light source treatment that generates a single wavelength of light. It emits no heat, sound, or vibration.

Laser therapy can safely treat pain by influencing and increase the metabolic activity of cells. Relieve pain by reducing swelling from bruising or inflammation. Increase circulation to damaged cell sites. Minimize scar formation from surgery, cuts, burns, etc.

Physiotherapist treating a neuro physiotherapy patient, patient is sitting on the bed while therapist holds knee to balance
Neuro / Stroke Rehab

Neurological Physiotherapy is the assessment and treatment of individuals who have a neurological condition or have suffered an injury to the nervous system. It is designed to address individual's specific impairments in order to maximize physical function and independence. Conditions and injuries that would benefit from assessment and ongoing treatment include Stroke, Cerebral Palsy (CP), Spinal Cord Injuries, Traumatic Brain Injuries, Parkinson's Disease, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Spinal and brian tumours, Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (CMT), Guillain Barre Syndrome (GBS) and muscular dystrophy. Our therapist follows the NDT (NeuroDevelopmental Treatment) model which is a clinical practice model informed by research that emphasizes individualized therapeutic handling based on movement analysis. This therapy uses guided or facilitated movements as a treatment strategy to ensure correlation of input from tactile, vestibular, and somatosensory receptors within the body.

Cupping therapy being applied to a patient's arm.

Cupping is a part of traditional Chinese medicine. It is used to help the flow of Qi using negative pressures through suction, cupping can promote blood flow and reduce pain as well increase range of motion. You may be interested in utilizing cupping if you suffer from chronic pain conditions, headaches/migraines, Jaw pain, low back pain, shoulder pain, fascial restrictions. There are different aspects of cupping but here at Canadian Centre of Physiotherapy and Wellness we utilize the Dry Cupping Style, This means we do not use fire, or promote bleeding during your treatment. 

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