Education, Experience, and Excellence
Our educated and experienced coaches design customized strength and mobility programs based on in-depth assessment techniques, such as manual muscle testing, movement screens, and alignment and breathing evaluations, along with an in-depth analysis of your physical history and discussion of your future goals. Allow our team of professionals to help you feel better, reduce potential injuries, increase energy, improve performance, and restore balance.
Recover quickly post-injury, regain mobility and strength post-surgery, and address acute musculoskeletal pains, aches, discomforts, and imbalances with athletic therapy. Our Therapists will help you return to play, exercise, sports, and your daily life quickly with expert care.
Registered Massage Therapy
Registered Massage Therapists assess and treat physical dysfunction and pain of the soft tissue and joints of the body, mostly by hand-on manipulation. Release tension, relieve physical stress and dysfunction, improve range of motion, increase circulation, and help recover from injuries and pain for overall improved mobility.
Physiotherapists are primary health care professionals who treat injuries or persistent pain that affects how you live, work, and play. Our goal is to get you back to your activities and help you become the best version of yourself!
Physiotherapy starts with an initial assessment to diagnose your problem, to determine what can be done to help, and to provide you with a timeline for how long it may take. The initial assessment will involve learning about your past medical history, performing a thorough musculoskeletal examination, reviewing any diagnostic imaging/testing, and identifying your current and future goals.
Based on this initial assessment, we will develop a treatment plan together. It will center around a personalised home exercise program designed to address body areas that may need additional strength, mobility, and motor coordination. This program will be gradually progressed over time to optimize your recovery and to achieve your goals. Your treatment plan may also involve hands-on techniques, performed by your physiotherapist, to help with muscles and joints that are painful or not moving normally. This can include soft tissue release, joint mobilizations, and dry needling. These hands-on techniques can be especially helpful for patients who are experiencing significant pain or movement barriers that make exercise difficult.
Many extended health benefit plans cover Registered Physiotherapy. Please check your plan first. Registered Physiotherapy can be claimed as a medical expense. PLEASE NOTE: We do not assess or treat WSIB or Motor Vehicle Accident claims/clients.