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Why Do Physiotherapy?

Injury Rehabilitation

Whether you sprained your ankle, woke up with shooting leg pain, hurt your back lifting or sudden knee pain, we've got you covered.  We can help treat conditions such as:

osteoarthritis, degenerative disc disease, disc herniations, pinched nerves, tennis elbow, golfers elbow, knee sprains (ACL, MCL, LCL PCL), hamstring/quads/calf strains, ulnar nerve entrapment, carpal tunnel, bursitis, gluteal pain, piriformis syndrome, non-specific lower back pain,  frozen  shoulder,  jumpers/runners knee, rotator cuff tears, tendinopathies​, osgood-schlatter disease, post-operative care (total knee total hip, rotator cuff etc), plantar fasciitis, achilles tendinopathy 


Sports Injuries

Returning to sport after injury can be challenging sometimes.  You want to feel physically, mentally and emotionally ready to return before you do.  We understand that and help prepare our athletes to feel confident to return. 

We have first-hand experience with recovering from injuries and trying to return to sport. We also have vast knowledge of the requirements for every sport's demands, as our Physiotherapist Steve has played almost every North American sport there is to play.

The term 'chronic pain' can be daunting for many.  One definition of this means pain that lasts longer than 6 months or longer than expected duration of tissue healing rate.  

Many people believe chronic pain cannot be improved or changed, however, many times this is not the case. Living with chronic pain is very challenging, but we are here to help improve your quality of life. 

Chronic Pain

A newer concept has come into the Physiotherapy world and that is pre-habilitation.  This means getting yourself prepared for the upcoming surgeries.  You look to improve your strength, range of motion, reduce pain, increase function and quality of life prior to surgery.  Research into this topic is still in the early stages, but research has shown if you can make significant improvements prior to surgery than you will have significant improvements in the short-term recovery process as well.


Going through surgery, whether minor or major can be challenging mentally and physically.  We are here to help you through that process. 

Prehab/post surgical 


Concussion management has greatly changed over the years. Gone are the days of dark rooms with zero stimulation.  Rehabilitation after concussion is very helpful to improve symptoms and manage concussions better.

Not all concussions are the same, nor should they all be treated the same.

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