Physiotherapy

Physical therapy is a non-invasive treatment for people of almost all ages suffering from recent, or old injuries such as breaks, or fractures of the bones, slip and falls, sports related injuries, pain from muscle tears and weak ligaments, workplace injuries, and whiplash due to motor vehicle accidents. Our favorably educated team of physiotherapists have experience in working with patients wh... Read More

Physical therapy is a non-invasive treatment for people of almost all ages suffering from recent, or old injuries such as breaks, or fractures of the bones, slip and falls, sports related injuries, pain from muscle tears and weak ligaments, workplace injuries, and whiplash due to motor vehicle accidents. Our favorably educated team of physiotherapists have experience in working with patients who suffer from different types of arthritis, even degeneration in the body that can be caused by aging, posture rehabilitation, strengthening range of motion, and much more. When it comes to treating our patients, we generally determine a personalized plan for you based on the assessment we provide on your first visit with us, which includes but not limited to manual therapy ("hands on" techniques, custom exercise plans, soft tissue mobilization, dry needling, ultrasound, and more. If you suffer from the following, or have a similar difficulties, and would like to try an alternative route to surgery, and drug treatment, physical therapy may be the solution for you:


Massage Therapy

Our facility proudly offers soothing massage therapy customized to your situation. We currently have massage therapists on site that can considerably help with releasing tension and working on soft tissue by applying pressure and adding movement to them. This type of therapy is generally the quickest way of pain and ache relief from your injuries. Your body can feel sore up to 24 hours after yo... Read More

Our facility proudly offers soothing massage therapy customized to your situation. We currently have massage therapists on site that can considerably help with releasing tension and working on soft tissue by applying pressure and adding movement to them. This type of therapy is generally the quickest way of pain and ache relief from your injuries. Your body can feel sore up to 24 hours after your first massage. This is normal as the muscles will be in a state of releasing lactic acid build up, similar to working out. We recommend to keep hydrated for faster recovery.


Acupuncture

This form of treatment involves the insertion of fine needles just under the surface of the skin, into a patient’s body to stimulate anatomical points and tight muscles. This method is increasingly common, and has been practiced more frequently in the western world. It helps with pain reduction, and even emotional stress.


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14234 28 Avenue SW, Edmonton
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