Manual therapy: encompasses the treatment of health ailments of various etiologies through 'hands-on', physical intervention. Such physical treatments include massage, soft tissue mobilization, various connective tissue techniques, myofascial release, mobilization of joints, joint manipulation and mobilization of neural tissue. All our therapists received extensive post-graduate training in manual therapy through the Orthopedic Division of Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
Sports injury rehabilitation: the branch of physiotherapy that deals with injuries or illnesses resulting from participation in sports and athletic activities. The goal of successful rehabilitation is a safe return of an athlete to his/her pre-injury sport/activity.
Advanced exercise prescription: a careful selection of specific exercises to reverse the patient's particular limitation that allowed for an injury to occur in the first place.
Biomechanical analysis: a close look at the mechanics of human motion, looking for optimal and efficient movement with a goal of collecting information to help the patient to reverse those insufficiencies to achieve greater ease with movement.
Massage therapy: Massage involves acting on and manipulating the body with pressure - done manually or with mechanical aids. Target tissues may include muscles, tendons, ligaments, skin, joint capsules, fascia or other connective tissue as well as lymphatic vessels. Out clinic provides therapeutic massage as well as sports massage for a variety of acute or chronic injuries, aches and tension points.
Mobility and flexibility improvement: improvement in muscles imbalance and alignment balance, retraining & movement coordinate
Physical therapists use a variety of modalities to help treat their patients. There are a variety of treatment modalities that can help strengthen, relax, and heal