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Active therapy is done by a trained physiotherapy assistant under the guidance and direction of your treating physiotherapist or chiropractor. During active therapy sessions, clients are taught how to perform activities in safe manner at home to prevent further injuries. Exercises are chosen specifically for each client to strengthen and promote recovery.
Aqua therapy is done by a trained aqua therapist assistant under the guidance and direction of your treating physiotherapist. The buoyancy and resistance of the water relieves stress from your joints while still strengthening your muscles. Stretching in the water also allows for a deeper stretch, relieving tension in stiff areas.
Shockwave therapy is used to help improve chronic musculoskeletal conditions. It can be used for myofascial trigger points, tendinopathies, activation of muscles and connective tissues, and break down of scar tissues.
Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Therapy
TMJ therapy helps to relieve and manage pain caused by TMJ dysfunction through manual therapy, soft tissue release, appropriate modalities, and exercises.
A thorough assessment is required on the initial visit with the physiotherapist to allow for an in-depth understanding of the clients’ history. Our registered physiotherapists combine manual therapy with modalities to relieve pain and promote the recovery of our clients.
A thorough assessment is required on the initial visit with the chiropractor to allow for an in-depth understanding of the clients’ history. Our registered chiropractors are experienced in manipulations and adjustments to release tension and stiffness in the neck and back.
Registered Massage Therapy (RMT)
A thorough assessment is required on the initial visit with the registered massage therapist to allow for an in-depth understanding of the clients’ history. Our registered massage therapists use hands-on soft tissue and joint manipulation to optimize health and recovery of patients.
Acupuncture is a part of Traditional Chinese Medicine where needles are strategically inserted to reduce pain and stimulate muscles. Our acupuncturists use a combination of Tui Na, a form of manipulative therapy similar to massage and acupuncture to promote recovery.
Vestibular Rehab Therapy (VRT)
VRT is a manual-based-therapy used to help improve symptoms related to vestibular disorders which may include vertigo, dizziness, visual disturbance and such