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Physiotherapy can help you enhance your sense of wellbeing while improving strength, flexibility, coordination, and balance – regardless of age.

Physiotherapy deals with restoring and maintaining functional movement, reducing pain and promoting health in individuals. 


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  • Physiotherapists are extensively trained in manual therapy, this may include massage therapy and joint mobilization, as well as muscle stretching using various techniques.  To complement the manual techniques, additional modalities are used to reduce pain and inflammation including:

    • Laser Therapy

    • Trans-electrical-nerve-stimulation (TENS) 

    • Neuro-muscular stimulation (NEMS)

    • Shockwave therapy

    • Hot/cold therapy

  • Healthcare practitioners use a variety of healing modalities to help their patients heal from their injuries.  Research has shown that laser therapy has been most effective healing injuries faster, and with greater outcomes.  Of the different types of lasers, Class IV is the highest form of laser therapy on the market.  Class IV therapy lasers deliver more energy per unit of time, and therefore can deliver therapeutic dosages of laser light to a larger volume of tissue in a shorter period of time. 

    Class IV laser successfully treats a spectrum of conditions. The most common applications in the physiotherapy clinic include:

    • Myofascial pain syndromes 

    • Arthritis

    • Strains and sprains

    • Chronic debilitating conditions

    How does it work?

    Laser therapy provides a process called “Photo-bio-modulation”.  By applying a dose of light to the impaired or dysfunctional tissue, the light particles create a cellular response that reduces pain and inflammation, which speeds up healing.  If you are interested is learning about the full scientific process, the video below explains it all:

  • Physiotherapy deals with restoring and maintaining functional movement, reducing pain and promoting health in individuals. Physiotherapists treat a wide array of conditions, some of which include:

    • Spinal pain and injuries

    • Headaches

    • Sports Injuries

    • Fractures

    • Post-surgical rehabilitation

    • Biomechanical dysfunctions

    • Arthritic conditions

    • Neurological disorders and diseases

  • Physiotherapists are also highly trained in exercise prescription.  Physiotherapists know that generalized exercise programs fail to take into consideration your unique health history. A customized, interdisciplinary approach provides better results faster. More importantly, it gives you the tools you need to feel healthier and stronger. A skilled physiotherapist can create a customized treatment program that helps you achieve these and other health goals.

Personalized treatment plans, tailored to your needs 

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