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What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is a hands-on treatment that aims to help people of all ages restore and maintain their overall strength, function, movement, and well-being. A personalized care plan is created for every client, tailored to their individual needs, to help treat symptoms of illness, injury, or disability. Physiotherapy can be both preventative and rehabilitative.

Who can benefit from Physiotherapy?

Anyone who has trouble doing every day tasks due to illness or injury, or whose functional independence has decreased. Those suffering from acute, chronic, occasional pain, or have restricted movement can also benefit from Physiotherapy. If you think you might need Physiotherapy services, Contact Us to speak with one of our staff members to learn more and book an appointment.

Benefits of Physiotherapy Include:
  • Decreased Pain
  • Improved Joint Mobility & Movement
  • Restored Physical Function
  • Injury Prevention
  • Possibly Prevent or Delay Surgery
  • Increase Strength & Flexibility
  • Promote Physical Independence
  • Personalized Approach
  • Hands on Treatment
  • One-on-One Treatment

Our Physiotherapists

Our Registered Physiotherapists are regulated health professionals who are recognized experts in pain management and physical rehabilitation. Our physiotherapists service clients of all ages with varying degrees of health conditions, evaluating the physical needs and abilities of each individual and implementing a treatment plan to help relieve pain and improve mobility and function.


We service both rural and urban regions throughout Ontario and Nova Scotia, with 14 Clinics and 11 Home Care office locations. To find out if our Physiotherapy service is offered near you, please visit our Locations page. If you do not see any locations near you, please contact us and we’ll be happy to let you know if we offer services in your area.

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