Physiotherapy is a non-pharmaceutical approach to treating pain and injuries. Its main goal is to restore movement and improve overall functional ability by incorporating several key components. Active physiotherapy focuses on patient participation and self-empowerment in their recovery. It includes therapeutic exercise, functional training, and patient education. This approach allows individuals to take an active role in their rehabilitation and empowers them to prevent future injury.
Using a variety of treatment techniques, including heat and cold therapy, hands-on manual therapies such as massage and dry needling, and joint mobilizations, our physiotherapists will help you get back to your normal life activities quickly and safely. We can help you with the following conditions:
Research has shown that physiotherapy is effective for a range of conditions including chronic pain, arthritis and sports injuries. Early intervention can result in reduced pain and increased mobility, reducing the need for long-term medication.
Is Physiotherapy covered by my insurance?
Typically yes, OHIP covers most of the cost of your physiotherapy treatments. However, this is not always the case so it’s best to check with your provider for more details.
Can I see a physiotherapist without a doctor’s referral?
In most parts of the country, you need to be referred by a doctor to see a physiotherapist. In some cases, this is a GP or rheumatologist but you can also be referred to a physiotherapist by another healthcare professional or even self-referral (your GP should be able to tell you if this is possible in your area). Your therapist will be happy to discuss the best route for you to take.