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We've hand selected our services to address your common, and not so common, physical issues, and regimes. Our services are designed to bring you back to the peak of your physical health, and keep you there!
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At PhysioFlow, you are considered to be the most important member of the team and you will be treated as such. Our staff will give you all the knowledge and support you require to properly manage your condition. We will deliver a tailor made treatment plan specifically for your condition and symptoms.
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Whether you suffer from a minor backache, recovering from an ACL surgery on your knee, or regaining strength after a stroke, our therapist can help. Your treatment program starts with an initial physiotherapy assessment. During your initial assessment our therapists will complete an extensive assessment that will include your health history, evaluate your pain, range of motion, movement patterns, strength, flexibility, reflexes, sensation, and cardiorespiratory status. In addition, your physiotherapist examines any relevant X-rays, MRI's, Ultrasound reports, laboratory tests, surgical notes and accident reports you may have. Based on the assessment findings your therapist establishes a diagnosis and works with you to develop a personalized treatment program.
Physiotherapy is a non-invasive and drug free health care practice that helps in prevention & treatment of physical impairment. Physiotherapists assess and treat patients of all ages, who suffer from any physical pain or limitation. Physiotherapy can also be helpful in health promotion and disease prevention.
Physiotherapy is the treatment of preference for many doctors who refer their clients for conditions such as: headaches, neck and back pain, tendonitis, spinal disc injuries, sciatica, arthritis, plantar fasciitis, tennis elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, joint injuries, stroke, myofascial pain, and repetitive strains. Also, injuries sustained in a Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA), Work related Injuries (WSIB), and sport related injuries.
In Ontario Physiotherapists are considered a primary care health practitioner. They are required to graduate from a University Physiotherapy Master's Program (or equivalent), pass Ontario competency exams, and register with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario to become a Registered Physiotherapist (RPT). Only then the title physiotherapist can be used and practiced. Since physiotherapist are primary care practitioners; people have direct access to physiotherapy services without the need for a physician referral.
An appointment for the initial physiotherapy assessment can be booked online now.
If you would like to speak to a therapist or have any questions please fill out the form below.