Physiotherapy… includes the all-encompassing way to deal with the anticipation, determination and therapeutic treatment of Pain, disorders of movements or optimization of function to enhance quality of life of individual.
Physiotherapists in Canada work with patients of all ages considered and with an extensive range of health conditions.
Regardless of whether its pain administration and restoration from acute injury like a sprain/strain, or administration of chronic conditions, for example, myofascial pain syndrome or fibromyalgia, physiotherapy can help you to improve your quality of life.
Physiotherapists in Canada are qualified and registered, they have in-depth knowledge of how the body functions and have specific hands-on clinical aptitudes to evaluate, analyze, and treat manifestations of pain, injury and disability. Physiotherapy incorporates restoration, and also helps in prevention of injury, and promotion of wellbeing and wellness. Physiotherapists regularly work in groups with other healthcare experts to help meet a person's health care goals.
Our licensed and experienced physical therapists will help you overcome pain and injuries that impact your ability to function to your normal level of activity and keep you from enjoying your full quality of life.
In the same vein, we stress education and prescribe exercises as a means of preventing your injuries from recurring.
Following a thorough examination and assessment at your first visit, you will receive a customized program of therapy to help ease your pain and promote your recovery. We work to help you improve your strength, increase your range of motion and movement, improve endurance and reduce pain.
At Kitchener Physiotherapy & Wellness, we administer modalities like ultrasound, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS), interferential therapy (IFC), Acupunture, and laser therapy for pain management.
Aspects of physiotherapy include mobilization, manual therapy, manual traction, Soft tissue mobilization, active exercises, balance training, gait training, strength training, patient education, recurrence prevention, ergonomic advice, proper posture education and stretching programs.
In Ontario, you have direct access to physiotherapy and massage services, which means that you can obtain the services without a referral from your doctor. However, some insurance plans require a doctor’s referral, so be sure to check your coverage prior to your visit.