“Physiotherapy is an assessment and treatment that incorporates a variety of components including: exercise, pain management modalities, hands-on techniques and education. The goal of physiotherapy is to address current concerns (e.g. injuries), provide preventative education or training to prevent further injury and return the individual to their optimal level of functioning. Physiotherapy is for all ages, and can address acute or chronic issues.”


“An ancient Chinese treatment that utilizes needles to specific points in the body to achieve a therapeutic effect such as pain relief”

Pre and Post Surgical Rehabilitation

“Therapy that incorporates strengthening, stretching and stability exercises to optimize function prior to surgery, reduce recovery time post surgery and return to pain-free functional status.”   

Vestibular Rehabilitation

 “Utilizing evidence-based protocols to reduce or eliminate symptoms of dizziness or vertigo.”  

Chronic Disease Management

 “Prescription of active stretching /strengthening /cardiovascular exercise, pain control modalities and education focusing on individual’s condition (e.g. osteoporosis, arthritis, fibromyalgia, diabetes, ABI).”  

Sport Injury Rehabilitation

“Treatment aiming to accelerate recovery of injured tissue with focus on regaining full mobility, flexibility, strength, stability, functional capacity and returning to sport.”    


Return to Work Rehabilitation

“A variety of physiotherapy techniques aimed at regaining function to optimize performance for return to work. This may include a work conditioning or work hardening programs.”   

Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) Rehabilitation

 “Comprehensive assessment and treatment to address motor vehicle accident injuries such as whiplash, tendon/ligament tears, low back pain, fractures and traumatic brain injuries.”  

Balance Program for Elderly

 “Prescription of exercise to maintain or improve balance control.”  

Core Stabilization

“ A variety of exercises to target the inner core/deep pelvic floor muscles to address low back pain, urinary incontinence, amongst others.”    

Spinal Manipulation

 “Moving the joints of the spine beyond a person’s physiological range of motion using a fast, low amplitude thrust.”  

Infant Torticollis Therapy

 “A series of stretches/manual therapy techniques to reduce stiffness of the sternocleidomastoid muscle.”   

Children’s Corrective Therapy

“A combination of stretching and strengthening exercises to address postural deformities/abnormalities.”