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WHAT IS PHYSIOTHERAPY?

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How Does Physiotherapy Work?

  • The Physiotherapist learns about your medical history and current condition

  • The Physiotherapist then assesses you and provides a diagnoses for your condition

  • Finally, the Physiotherapist will create a treatment plan based on the diagnosis of your condition. The treatment plan is a prescription of exercises and treatments conducted by the Physiotherapist or a Physiotherapy Assistant.

  • In addition, you will be provided with exercises to be done at home.

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41% of patients looking for a drug-free pain relief option found physical therapy to be the most effective alternative treatment

What Is A Physiotherapist?

Physiotherapists study the science of movement. They learn how to pinpoint the root cause of pain and injury. Physiotherapists focus on both prevention and rehabilitation.

A Physiotherapist can provide you with the therapeutic treatments, exercise guidance and lifestyle changes that can help you manage and recover from your injuries, surgery, or chronic pain.

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What Are The Benefits Of Physiotherapy?

  • Improved balance/fall prevention​

  • Avoiding surgery/improving surgical outcomes

  • Improved mobility and movement

  • Recovery from injury or trauma

  • Better sleep cycle

  • Independence

  • Improved self-confidence

  • Management of age-related medical problems

  • Pain management to reduce or eliminate the need for pain medication

Is Physiotherapy Right For You?

Physiotherapy is intended as both a method of early intervention and as a post trauma solution for people of all ages and abilities. 

We recommend physiotherapy to anyone struggling with normal day to day activities because of pain, shortness of breath, poor balance, or lack of strength.

Regardless of activity level, age or ability, physiotherapy  helps to restore, maintain, and make the most of your mobility, function, and well-being.

Most people don’t use their physiotherapy benefits until they’re hurt. Ideally, you should book a check-up with a physiotherapist every 6 - 9 months for a general assessment just as you would a dentist.

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Do My Insurance Benefits Cover Physiotherapy?

To find out if physiotherapy is covered in your current insurance plan, contact your current extended benefits provider for physiotherapy coverage limits.

What If I Don't Have Insurance Benefits?

Not a problem! We've got you covered! We offer special discounts to those without benefits at an affordable rate.

To discuss options and rates, 

 
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Kim's Story

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More Client Success Stories

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Client Success Stories

Shinali Shah 
Registered Physiotherapist

Shinali graduated with a Bachelor of Physical Therapy from the Sumandeep University in 2012 in India. After completing her degree, Shinali decided to move to Canada on a student visa to get her certification in health and fitness. By the end of her course she realized she wanted to pursue her career in Physiotherapy in Canada and registered in 2017.

 

Shinali’s physiotherapy practice utilizes manual therapy, exercise prescription to correct/resolve muscle imbalances that lead to musculoskeletal injury and impairment and other modalities. Her goal with each patient is to educate them about their condition and to empower them to take an active role in their rehabilitation process. She is a firm believer that an active treatment plan is the key to a successful recovery.

 

Shinali continues to pursue a wide range of post-graduate education courses to further her knowledge and clinical skills in manual therapy, exercise prescription, postural correction and realignment and the treatment of various musculoskeletal impairments.

She likes to travel and explore new places, dance, cook and socialize in her free time.

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Our Physiotherapist, Shinali

 
 
 
 
 
 

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