We help people affected by injury, illness or disability through movement, exercise, manual therapy, and education

Pain & Movement Specialists

Physiotherapists use a variety of treatments including advanced manual tissue and joint mobilization techniques, as well as machine aided modalities to lessen pain and help people move better.

Person-Centered Care

Physiotherapy patients are involvement in their own recovery, through education, awareness, empowerment and participation in their treatment.

Measured Results

Physiotherapy outcomes are based on objective measurements that quantify results in order to avoid subjective reports on "feeling better".

Evidence Based

Physiotherapy is a science based practice and a branch of rehab medicine aimed at helping people maintain, recover, or improve their physical abilities.

High Standards

Registered physiotherapists complete a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy, extensively studying anatomy, neuroscience, physiology and biomechanics.

Part of Your Care Team

Physiotherapists work alongside your doctor, dentist, occupational therapists, and other health care professionals to restore, maintain and promote general fitness and health.

Typical patient journey

Physiotherapy is most effective with a series of treatments so that we can follow your body on its healing journey. During your first visit we will provide you with a diagnosis and develop an Action Plan for your recovery.

The recovery plan most often involves in-clinic care and an exercise or stretching component you will do at home. Follow-up visits to our clinic allow us to monitor your progress and adjust the treatment depending on your body's response to the regimen.

Your First Visit
Plan for Recovery
Follow-up Visits


Your first physiotherapy visit is called the assessment. At our clinic this appointment is about 1 hour to 1.5 hours long. Our physiotherapist will complete a thorough and comprehensive assessment of your concerns. Then we'll talk about the best treatment options for your specific situation. Your physiotherapist will craft an Action Plan and you will receive your first treatment. 

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Feeling Good

This our favourite part of a patient's journey. When we think you are ready, we will give you the all clear. This won't necessarily be when you have no pain, but when we have addressed the underlying cause of your pain.

Ready to feel better?