Physiotherapist in Edmonton

To be honest, it's really gratifying to see my patients get out and live life again, whether that's getting into the garden, walking the dog or shoveling the snow.
– Emily Gordon, Physiotherapist

General Services

  • Physiotherapy
    Physiotherapy is a regulated healthcare profession dedicated to helping people identify and improve their ability to move and function. The goal of physiotherapy is to support and promote optimal movement throughout the lifespan. Learn more about physiotherapy here.
  • Manual Therapy
    Manual therapy is a hands on approach physiotherapists use in their treatment of musculoskeletal conditions. Techniques include mobilization or manipulation of joints and soft tissues to improve pain, restore range of motion and function.
  • Personalized Exercise Program
    Corrective exercises are an important component to recovery from injury and movement dysfunction. Our therapists provide personalized exercise programs to help you get back to what you love to do.

We offer a wide range of specialty services:

  • Massage Therapy
    Massage therapy can be an effective addition to your physiotherapy recovery. Our massage therapists are highly trained and work closely with the rest of physiotherapy team. Learn more about massage therapy here.
  • Acupuncture
    Acupuncture can be an effective treatment tool to help relieve pain and improve movement. Our physiotherapists are trained in western based acupuncture that focuses on treating the musculoskeletal system.
  • Dry Needling
    Dry needling, another form of needling practice, is characterized by inserting needles into tight bands of muscle, often known as "trigger points", with the goal to reduce the tension in muscles thereby reducing pain. This can be a useful treatment modality for many musculoskeletal injuries. Learn more about dry needling here.
  • Vestibular Rehab
    Dizziness and vertigo are symptoms associated with a wide variety of conditions, many treatable with physiotherapy. A vestibular physical therapist is trained to assess the vestibular system, cervical spine and surrounding musculature to identify the cause of your problem. They provide specific treatments to restore the vestibular symptoms and resolve your symptoms.
  • Orthotics
    Fit specifically to your feet, orthotics are custom insoles built to support the arches of your feet. Whether you spend long periods of time standing or not, orthotics can play a role in the prevention and treatment of foot, heel, knee, hip and/or back pain.
  • Pelvic Health
    Pelvic pain and/or urinary incontinence can be a problem during and after pregnancy for women. Men, also can experience pain and urinary incontinence which is typically associated with prostate surgery. Pelvic health physiotherapy can make a difference.
  • Medical Evaluations / Functional Capacity Evaluations
    We offer comprehensive medical evaluations for long-term disability and special insurance cases. This may also include mini-functional capacity evaluations where a patient's ability to perform work duties and other measures of function is assessed.
  • Concussion Management
    Concussions are minor brain injuries commonly sustained in motor vehicle accidents, falls, and sport. While the majority of concussions resolve within a few weeks, some may require physiotherapy treatment including coaching on return to activity/sport, vestibular therapy, and cervical spine treatment.
Call us to book your assessment and get set-up with your personalized plan.

Do you have any questions ? We've got answers!

  • Is physiotherapy covered by insurance?
    Many extended benefit plans cover all or a significant portion of physiotherapy assessment and treatment fees. To learn about your specific plans coverage, we recommend that you get in touch with your insurance provider directly.
  • Do I need a prescription or doctors referral to access physiotherapy?
    No. Physiotherapists have been considered Primary Health Professionals since 1995. With this change physiotherapy services may be accessed directly without a referral from your physician. However, if you have an extended health care provider, the provider may still require a physician’s referral to physical therapy before reimbursing your fees.
  • How soon after my injury should I attend physical therapy?
    If there are any immediate medical concerns, please see your Physician to assess these concerns and ensure that there are no contraindications to beginning physiotherapy. If there are no immediate medical concerns, or once any medical concerns have been cleared, accessing Physical Therapy immediately can help with an accurate diagnosis, ensure a proper environment for healing of your injury and prevent any delays in healing.
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