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Physiotherapy is the treatment of physical conditions that may be limiting your ability to stay active or participate in your favorite activities. Physiotherapists are highly trained healthcare providers, who can identify, diagnose, and treat movement problems, concussions, pelvic floor issues, vertigo and much more. They are movement experts who utilize a variety of treatment techniques such as manual therapy, and exercise rehabilitation, as well as patient education. A physiotherapist’s job is to help you to restore and maintain function to improve your quality of life.

As​ a frontline healthcare provider, your physiotherapist will determine if additional treatment is required and whether a consultation with your physician should be initiated.


Benefits of Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy can offer several tangible benefits and also encourages a variety of lifestyle changes, including participation in physical activity and adopting healthier habits. Physical therapy provides a customized treatment plan that can help individuals return to their prior level of functioning and improve their overall health. Check out some of the main benefits of physiotherapy below:

  • Receive a diagnosis/determine the cause of your problem

  • Eradicate or reduce pain

  • Optimize strength and coordination

  • Aid in avoiding surgery

  • Decrease reliance on medication

  • Increase cardiovascular functioning and lung capacity

  • Manage and prevent sports-related injuries

  • Ease pregnancy and postpartum recovery

  • Improve mental well-being

Do I need Physiotherapy?

Physical therapy supports people of all ages and those who have an injury, pain, or condition that limits their mobility and function. Your doctor may refer you to a physical therapist after surgery, a car accident, or to address any sort of body pain. Here are the most common reasons people seek physiotherapy services:

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