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Includes a thorough health intake, review of symptoms, postural analysis, and functional strength testing.  Various testing will help determine the underlying cause of your pain and dysfunction.

Manual Rehab

Manual Rehab is the foundation of a physiotherapy treatment.  Bringing hands-on manipulation of joints, fascial and muscles to reduce pain, restore mobility, and gain functional strength.

Physiotherapy treatments are provided in private individual treatment rooms.

Dry Needling

IMS (Intramuscular Stimulation) Dry Needing is similar to acupuncture, and can be very helpful to improve shortened muscles and reduce nervous tissue sensitivity contributing to persistent pain.


After sustaining a concussion, a full recovery is generally seen after 2-3 weeks. Sometimes, it can take up to a few months. But, for others, symptoms of concussion (headache, dizziness, nausea, fatigue, sleep irregularities, difficulty concentrating and reading, mood disturbance) can persist. A physiotherapist can assess and treat a variety of concussion symptoms.

Vestibular Dysfunction

The inner ear houses our vestibular system-comprised of the semi circular canals, that help our brains detect movement of our heads. Sometimes, calcium crystals from this system can loosen and fall into the semicircular canals. These crystals trigger nerve hairs and send confusing messages to our brains, resulting in vertigo. This can occur after head injury, whiplash, viral infection or spontaneously (in older individuals).

Physiotherapy can identify the part of the semicircular canals that are affected, and use certain manoeuvers, or physical positions, to return the crystals to their normal resting place. Treatment will also identify and address any balance problems that can arise with vertigo.

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