Physiotherapy

Our Registered Physiotherapists work as an integral part of the rehabilitation team. They provide comprehensive assessments and treatment of musculo-skeletal injuries. A strong emphasis is placed on active rehabilitation programs, which return clients quickly and safely to their pre-injury condition.

Physiotherapists utilize hands on manual techniques, exercise rehabilitation, bio mechanical retraining, acupuncture, and both thermal and electrical modalities, as well as education and instruction to meet the individual requirements of each client.

The following are some examples of the quality services provided by our Registered Physiotherapists:

  • Physical Assessment and Treatment Plans
  • Treatment of orthopedic soft tissue injuries caused as a result of leisure, sports, work or motor vehicle related accidents
  • Manual Therapy Techniques
  • Active Rehabilitation/Exercise Programs
  • Myofascial Release
  • Utilization of State of the Art Modalities for Pain Relief during the initial stages of recovery
  • Postural and Ergonomic Analysis
  • Acupuncture
  • Bio mechanical Analysis
  • Craniosacral Therapy
  • TMJ Pain/Disorder Treatments
  • Home exercise programs
  • Biodex Analysis
  • Radial Shockwave Therapy

Sports Medicine also offers Specialized Integrative one on one Manual Therapy sessions with Advanced Manual Therapists. 30 and 60 minute appointments are available at our Huronia Road Location.


Sport Physiotherapy

A ‘Sport Physiotherapist’ is a Physiotherapist who has completed the Diploma in Sport Physiotherapy through Sport Physiotherapy Canada. This designation means that the Sport Physiotherapist has completed written and practical exams, in addition to having experience working with athletes and active individuals from all backgrounds. They are also qualified to work with Canada’s High Performance athletes, be it in competition, training or rehabilitation. In addition to their orthopaedic skill set, the Sport Physiotherapist also has experience with athletic taping, protective equipment, emergency care, and developing a plan for a safe return to life and to play.

More than 350 Canadian physiotherapists have achieved the Certificate level in Sport Physiotherapy, with an additional 250+ physiotherapists holding the Diploma in Sport Physiotherapy.

The clinical leadership team and physiotherapy mentor program at Sports Medicine are led by Denyse Beaumont, Sport Physiotherapist, BSc PT, Hon.BSc, Sport PT Cert.

For more information on Sport Physiotherapy, please visit http://www.sportphysio.ca/