Physiotherapy Specialties:



Sometimes our body needs small modifications in order to come back into alignment and balance. At times it’s as simple as stopping or adjusting certain activities for a period of time to allow healing to take place.


Other conditions might require a more hands-on guided approach to rehabilitation. Among many, we may use manual joint mobilization and manipulation, soft tissue release, nerve mobilization and exercise therapy.

Orthopaedic Physiotherapy

Orthopaedic Physiotherapy refers to most conditions involving the muscles, joints, and connective tissue which binds muscles to bone and bone to bone. These injuries can be temporary or chronic. Orthopaedic physiotherapy usually consists of using common heating modalities, manual therapy to muscles/joints and exercises to best optimize recovery.

Common Orthopaedic conditions we treat include:

  • Pediatric conditions

  • Pelvic health concerns

  • Joint sprains and strains

  • Athletic injuries

  • Rotator cuff injuries

  • Postural injuries

  • Spinal conditions

  • Nerve impingement

  • Numbness and tingling

  • Sciatica

  • Scoliosis

  • Postural education and correction

  • Neurological conditions

  • Neck and Back pain

  • Elbow and Wrist pain

  • Hip and Knee pain

  • Ankle and Foot pain

  • Acute and chronic musculo-skeletal conditions

  • Pre and Post-operative treatment

  • Overuse or repetitive strain injuries

  • Arthritis and arthritic conditions

  • Shoulder Dislocation / Subluxation

  • Balance and Mobility Training

Athletic/Sports Therapy

Athletic or Sports Therapy is provided by a physiotherapist and or athletic therapist. It focuses on injuries that occurred while participating in a sport, recovering from injuries with a goal of returning to sports or being physically active. 

Geriatric Physiotherapy

Geriatric Physiotherapy refers to conditions commonly encountered by our wiser, more mature population looking to improve their quality of life. From our better balance program, post surgical recovery, or simply wanting to feel stronger, improve your endurance with any physical activity we got you covered! 

Paediatric Physiotherapy

Our younger patients in need of a guiding hand in achieving their developmental goals, or simply needing a speedy recovery from their injuries. Paediatric physiotherapy is tailored to appeal to the younger generations as we often include games and play to achieve therapeutic outcomes.

Neurological Physiotherapy

Conditions that affect the central nervous system are often treated/ improved through neurological physiotherapy. Through a combination of manual therapy, movement retraining, exercise, stretches and muscle activation techniques patients with neurological conditions can experience significant improvement in quality of every day life. Conditions such as traumatic brain injury, stroke, spinal chord injury and multiple sclerosis fall within this category.

Chronic Pain Physiotherapy

Chronic pain can often be relieved through physiotherapy. If you are experiencing fibromyalgia, chronic pain syndrome, arthritic conditions, degenerative joint changes, physiotherapy can help manage pain and improve your overall quality of life. 

At Home Physiotherapy 

If life gets too busy or you simply are unable to leave your home we may be able to accommodate your needs, providing you live within our at home treatment zone. ****Please contact us directly to inquire****

Corporate Physiotherapy

If you are looking to add physiotherapy your business/company we can provide care on site and bring our portable equipment to your workplace. This way your employees would never need to leave their workplace and continue being productive. 

Online Physiotherapy

If you live in a remote community or don’t have access to physiotherapy services, online physiotherapy may be an option for you. Through a combination of video conference and our exercise app we can design an exercise program appropriate for your condition. Online physiotherapy may not be as effective as it does not include a hands on assessment and manual treatment. Please consult with us to see if your condition may respond well to online physiotherapy.

Don't see your injury or condition in the list above?

It's always a good idea to reach out and call or email about your specific condition, as this is not an exhaustive list. Your physiotherapist will be more than happy to answer any questions you have.

An example of a joint mobilization during an orthopaedic physiotherapy session.