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    REHABILITATION

    REHABILITATION

    Rehabilitation helps people who are affected by injury, illness, over-use, or

    age-related changes through movement and exercise, manual therapy, education and

    advice.

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    So What Is Rehabilitation?

    Rehabilitation is performed by Physiotherapists who specialize in restoring movement

    and biomechanical function of their clients. They apply manual therapy and therapeutic

    exercise to strengthen the body. Patient educating is a primary directive of

    physiotherapy, which allows patients bodies to stay strong and prevent further injury.

    Physiotherapists are trained in the examination and treatment of musculoskeletal,

    neuromuscular and cardiothoracic problems that affect our ability to function normally.

    Some conditions commonly treated by physiotherapists include:

    • Acute and chronic neck and back pain, sciatica, and disc injuries
    • Joint pain & body aches
    • Soft tissue injuries, including muscle strains/tears and tendon/ligament

      sprains, bursitis and tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, shin splints

    • Headaches & migraines
    • Sports injuries
    • Pre and post-operative orthopedic conditions
    • Repetitive stress injuries such as tennis elbow and carpal tunnel

      syndrome.

    • Injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident
    • Nerve impingement resulting in tingling, weakness and numbness in the

      arm(s) or leg(s)

    • Arthritic conditions such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis,

      ankylosing spondylitis

    • Degenerative conditions including degenerative disc disease, spinal

      stenosis

    • Post-operative rehabilitation including arthroscopic

      knee/shoulder/hip/ankle surgeries, and total joint replacement.

    What To Expect At Your First Rehabilitation Appointment

    Te first step is to book your initial appointment to assess the root cause of the

    problem. It begins with an assessment of your condition, cause of injury, a review of

    your medical history as well as a neuromusculoskeletal physical examination. After this

    is complete we can accurately assess the cause of the problem and apply the appropriate

    treatment plan.

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