What is physiotherapy?
Dedicated to rehabilitation, physiotherapy helps people identify and maximize their ability to move and function through the use of manual therapy. Manual therapy includes a range of practical methods and hands-on techniques geared towards decreasing pain and improving joint and soft tissue mobility.
How can physiotherapy help you?
Most people think physiotherapy is only used to treat neck and back conditions. What many don’t know is that physiotherapy also provides preventative and rehabilitation treatment for an array of mobility issues and diseases. If you are dealing with any of the following conditions, physiotherapy can make a huge impact on your ability to live a healthy and active life.
- Athletic Injuries
- Back pain
- Cardiovascular Conditions (including post heart attack, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), and pneumonia)
- Chronic Pain
- Falls & Fractures
- High Blood Pressure
- Neck Pain
- Vestibular Disorders (dizziness)
What do physiotherapists do?
Our Registered Physiotherapists are university-educated health professionals who specialize in many areas such as sports, women’s and senior’s health, orthopedic, and neurology. Using judgement and techniques based on science and research, they help patients walk and move freely after injury, recover mobility after an illness or surgery, manage chronic diseases, and more.
At Royal Treatment Therapeutics, we are proud to offer a one-on-one treatment approach. During your uninterrupted 30 or 60-minute session, you will receive the full and undivided attention of your physiotherapist. This type of personalized treatment allows your physiotherapist to create a tailored and all-inclusive treatment plan based on your specific goals. It also results in more productive treatment sessions with plenty of time for supervised exercise and manual techniques. Patient education is another important aspect as our physiotherapists believe knowledge is empowering. After leaving our clinic, you will have a better understanding of how your body works, know how to reduce your risk of injury, and feel confident in self-managing your symptoms.
When you come in for a free, no-obligation consultation, your physiotherapist will assess you by asking questions about your health history and checking your range of motion. From there, they’ll work with you to put together a treatment plan for your condition or injury so you can get back to enjoying life and the activities you love.
What types of physiotherapy treatments are offered?
Our 1-on-1 private physiotherapy sessions are designed to improve your strength and range of motion while relieving pain, reducing swelling, and speeding up the healing process. These treatments can include:
- Personalized exercise programs
- Joint mobilization and manipulation
- Hot and cold packs
- Functional activity and tolerance testing and training
- Work and occupational re-training and return to work planning
- Prescription and application of assistive and protective devices and equipment
- Removing barriers due to environmental changes
A relatively new method of treatment, the Mulligan Concept helps correct altered joint mechanics by mobilizing them during movement. Our physiotherapists are certified in this technique and have helped countless patients overcome stiffness and pain. Extremely effective and never causing pain, this treatment can be applied to a variety of joints including the shoulder, elbow, hand, hip, knee, ankle, and all spinal joints. Patients can easily maintain its positive effects by doing simple exercises at home.