Our Services

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Physiotherapy

Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy

 Our physiotherapy  practice focuses on patients with complicated  musculoskeletal  disorders of the spine and extremities.  We work with a variety of people, including athletic kids, active seniors and everyone in between.  


Our treatment  approach focuses heavily on educating patients about the reasons for  their ongoing pain and giving them the tools to help themselves.  


Hands-on  treatment and personally-tailored active  exercise feature prominently in our treatment approach.  This broad based  method allows us help you improve mobility, strength and function,  as well address the altered beliefs and thought processes that often  accompany pain and injury. 


We  believe in communicating effectively with your other health care  professionals, and do so frequently to ensure optimal results.

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Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy involves manipulation of soft tissue of the body.  


Massage therapy can alleviate  discomfort associated with everyday home  and occupational stresses, muscular overuse, and ease muscular pain  associated with longstanding health conditions.  


When employed early  post trauma and injury, massage therapy can significantly reduce pain  and minimize development of compensatory movement patterns. Registered  Massage Therapists (RMT)  are regulated by the College of Massage  Therapists of Ontario. 

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Osteopathy

Massage Therapy

Concussion management

 A Manual Osteopathic Practitioner uses a gentle, whole body approach to  health. Using a variety of techniques to remove the barriers to health,  Osteopathy empowers your own body’s natural ability to thrive.

  

Osteopathic techniques are hands on, gentle and holistic in their  approach. The goal of osteopathic treatment is to identify and address  the primary cause of bodily dysfunction.

 

Dysfunctions and symptoms of  dysfunction are resolved by restoring mobility to the body and improving  the interaction and regulation between the body’s systems. 

Concussion management

Vestibular Rehabilitation

Concussion management

 Concussions are not just sport-related. Individuals involved in motor  vehicle accidents and falls can and do experience concussion- related  injuries and symptoms. The Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation advocates that  rehabilitation begin as early as possible in order to have a  significant impact on functional recovery. A physiotherapist is a  valuable member of the health care team in the comprehensive assessment  of concussion-related symptoms and in post-concussion  recovery.  


Therapists with advanced manual therapy skills may address  joint restrictions in the cervical spine that may contribute to  headache. Vestibular rehabilitation is effective in the management of  post-concussion dizziness and gait/balance dysfunction. Skilled  physiotherapists are able to customize exercises, educate and supervise  individuals with concussion  as they make a graduated return to physical  and cognitive activities at school, work, and during exercise, sport  and social activities. 

Vestibular Rehabilitation

Vestibular Rehabilitation

Vestibular Rehabilitation

 Vestibular Rehabilitation is a series of physiotherapy techniques used to resolve dizziness, vertigo and balance problems.

People with the following issues may benefit from vestibular rehabilitation:

Labyrinthitis, vestibular neuritis, acoustic neuroma resection

Head trauma, whiplash, concussion

Motion provoked dizziness from brainstem or cerebellar lesions

Individuals at an increased risk of falls

Individuals with Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo

Individuals with cervicogenic dizziness

Individuals with migraine related dizziness

Patients receive a thorough assessment and a customized exercise program to address their specific functional limitations.

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Acupuncture

Vestibular Rehabilitation

Vestibular Rehabilitation

Our Registered Physiotherapists are qualified to practice acupuncture. Acupuncture is used to aid in the management of muscle and joint pain and injury of both acute and chronic conditions. Acupuncture  involves the insertion of sterile, single use needles under the skin at  specific points on the body. Modern theories of acupuncture  recognize that acupuncture induces biochemical changes in the body,  including the release of chemicals that reduce pain and inflammation.  Acupuncture is a safe, effective way to complement and enhance  conventional medical treatment. 

Contact us at 705.726.2362

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