What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy refers to the practice of using manual therapy, exercises, stretches, and other techniques to promote, maintain, and restore physical function and mobility. Physiotherapists are licensed healthcare professionals who assess and treat various musculoskeletal and neurological conditions and injuries.Some common areas that physiotherapists provide treatment for include musculoskeletal conditions such as back pain, sprains, and strains. Additionally they provide pre and post-operative care, and treat sports injuries. Physiotherapy treatment plans are tailored to the patient's specific needs to achieve the best possible outcomes. You do not need a referral for physiotherapy treatment.


Manual / Manipulative Therapy

Manual Therapy describes the hands-on techniques used by an FCAMPT therapist. As a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy, an FCAMPT therapist, has achieved the highest level of post-graduate manual therapy specialization in Canada, meeting international standards. Physiotherapists have a deep understanding of the latest research and evidence-based practice in the field of musculoskeletal physiotherapy. They have the ability to treat disorders of the spine and extremities. They use joint mobilizations, manipulations, and soft tissue mobilizations to restore mobility, relieve pain, and improve function.



Treatment geared to you

Our Physiotherapist offers Oakville and surrounding area individualized treatment designed for you. The physiotherapist uses a combination of your symptoms, testing, activity limitations and goals to put a plan in place. This treatment plan aims to improve your function, decrease pain and improve your movement overall.

Dry Needling

Integrated Dry needling (DN) is a treatment technique targeting pain and dysfunction caused by trigger points used by our Phsyiotherapist. Trigger points present as taut band or knot in a muscle. DN involves a brief insertion of the needle into the trigger point and is repeated using a pistoning technique, until the trigger point releases. In addition to decreased musculoskeletal pain and improved muscle tone the results also include improved range of motion.

Muscle Cramps