Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy promotes, restores, and maintains physical function and mobility. It involves evaluating, diagnosing, and treating various conditions affecting the musculoskeletal, neurological, and cardiovascular systems. Your treatment plan may include joint mobilization, soft tissue mobilization, manual stretching, dry needling, massage, hot and cold therapy, and exercise prescriptions.

Sophie Szczesniak

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Trevor Kwolek

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Vestibular (Vertigo) Rehabilitation

Vestibular rehabilitation reduces vertigo, dizziness, visual issues, and imbalance. Your session will include using vestibular infrared goggles, which can help diagnose vestibular concerns by measuring involuntary eye movements (nystagmus). This non-invasive tool will assist your practitioner in determining the cause of dizziness and developing an appropriate treatment plan.

Trevor Kwolek

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Concussion Management

Concussions are traumatic brain injuries resulting from head impacts or forceful movements that present symptoms like headaches, nausea, and concentration issues. Management plans are determined based on Shift Concussion protocols to address these symptoms and aid recovery.

Trevor Kwolek

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Custom Bracing

Custom braces are specialized orthotic devices that are custom-made to fit your body's unique shape and size. They can treat various conditions, including sprains and strains, joint instability, osteoarthritis, and post-surgical rehabilitation.

Pricing will vary depending on bracing requirements.

Trevor Kwolek

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Sports Physiotherapy

Sports physiotherapists, certified by Sport Physiotherapy Canada (SPC) (a division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association), specialize in sports medicine and injury management, athletic taping, protective equipment, emergency care, concussion management and exercise prescriptions. Focused on optimizing athletic performance and preventing injuries, sports physiotherapy is vital in assessing an athlete's readiness to safely return to their sport, monitoring progress, and minimizing re-injury risk.

Trevor Kwolek

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Pelvic Health Physiotherapy

The pelvic floor, a crucial support structure for internal organs, influences core stability, bladder control, and reproductive health. Pelvic floor physiotherapy assesses and treats dysfunction through muscle training and manual therapy. From addressing incontinence to pelvic pain, this therapy provides a supportive space for tailored solutions to various pelvic health concerns.

Sophie Szczesniak

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Massage Therapy

Massage therapy promotes relaxation, reduces muscle tension, and alleviates stress. The primary goals include enhancing circulation to aid healing, releasing tight muscles, and improving joint flexibility. Additionally, massage therapy can address specific issues, such as pain management and injury recovery and promote a balanced mind-body connection.

*Please note prices are subject to HST.

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Other Services

Athletic Taping
Dry Needling
Fall Prevention Programs
Lymphatic Drainage
Normatec Recovery Legs (Air Compression Massage)
Prevention and Maintenance Programs

Other Conditions We Treat
PCL, MCL, or LCL Ligament Issues
Arthritis (Can be treated, not cured)
Arthropathies (Ankylosing Spondylitis)
Benign Positional Paroxysmal Vertigo (BPPV)
Bursitis
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
Degenerative Disc Disease
Degenerative Spine Disease
Disc Injuries (Herniated, bulged, prolapsed)
Groin Injuries
Headaches and Migraines
Heel Pain (Spurs, fat pad, or nerves)
Hip Flexor Strain
Hip Impingement
Joint Diseases
Ligament/Muscle Tears
Limited Range of Motion (Spine or limbs)
Lower Back Pain
Meniscus Tears and Injuries
Mid-back Pain
Osgoodschaltters Disease
Osteoarthritis (Can be treated, not cured)
Patellar Tendonitis
Peripheral Nerve Entrapments or Irritations 
Piriformis Syndrome 
Plantar Fasciitis
Pregnancy-related Low Back Pain
Pregnancy-related Pelvis Pain
Iliotibial Band Stress Syndrome (IT Band Syndrome)
Rotator Cuff Injuries
Rheumatoid Arthritis (Can be treated, not cured)
Runners Knee
Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction or Sprain (SI)
Sever’s Disease
Sciatica
Shin Splints (Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome)
Shoulder Impingement
Spinal Stenosis
Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Dysfunction
Tendinitis or Tendinopathies (Tennis Elbow or Golfers’ Elbow)
Trigger Finger