Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy Services To Help Restore Movement & Function

Our Physiotherapy services are provided by highly trained professionals that will help you to restore movement and function if you have been injured,  affected by illness or if you are dealing with a disability

Our physiotherapists are highly educated, extensively trained health care professionals who work in partnership with their patients. Our Physiotherapy services are intended to reduce pain, improve range of motion, and help people return to their daily activities as quickly as possible following an injury or surgery. Physiotherapy can also prevent or manage conditions such as arthritis, back pain, headaches, and repetitive strain injuries. In addition, physiotherapists can provide advice on injury prevention and healthy living. We can also help you to reduce potential risks of injury or illness in the future. We take a holistic approach that involves several techniques applied according to each case and individual needs. If you are experiencing pain or want to improve your overall physical health, consider booking an appointment with a physiotherapist today.

MSK Physiotherapy

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

For men, women and children with any acute or chronic condition including sprains or strains, low back or neck pain, hypermobility, migraines, TMJ issues, vertigo, concussion rehabilitation and more.

Commonly known as MSK, Musculoskeletal therapy provides a powerful corrective treatment that can be applied to various issues involving the musculoskeletal system.

A Holistic Approach To Empower Better Health

Women’s Health Physiotherapy

For women at any stage in their life, including pregnancy and post-natal issues including blocked milk ducts, tailbone or pubic bone pain, back and rib pain, diastasis recti or poor core control, returning to activity post-partum, mechanical fertility challenges, and more.

Holistic Women’s Health

Physiotherapy For Everyone

Physiotherapy is often thought of as something that is only for the elderly or for people who have suffered an injury. However, physiotherapy can be beneficial for people of all ages. Physiotherapy can help to improve range of motion, reduce pain, and increase strength and flexibility. For children, physiotherapy can help to improve coordination and motor skills. For adults, physiotherapy can help to relieve chronic pain and prevent injuries. And for the elderly, physiotherapy can help to improve mobility and quality of life. No matter what your age, physiotherapy can help you to live a healthier and happier life.

Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession that assesses, diagnoses, and treats disorders of the body’s movement. Physiotherapists use their knowledge of anatomy, physiology, and biomechanics to develop treatment plans that promote optimal function and improve quality of life. Here are just a few of the many reasons why physiotherapy can be beneficial:

  • Physiotherapy can help to relieve pain. Whether you’re dealing with acute pain from an injury or chronic pain from a condition like arthritis, physiotherapy can help to reduce your pain levels.
  • Physiotherapy can improve your mobility. If you’ve suffered an injury or have a condition that limits your mobility, physiotherapy can help to rehabilitation and increase your range of motion.
  • Physiotherapy can prevent injuries. By strengthening muscles and improving flexibility, physiotherapy can help to reduce your risk of sustaining an injury.
  • Physiotherapy can improve your quality of life. By treating conditions that cause pain and improving your mobility, physiotherapy can help you to enjoy a better quality of life.

We've Helped People Just Like You

Dr. Kelly Norman is a born healer. I have multi-level disc bulges and see her at least once a week for an adjustment. Before I found Dr. Norman I was in constant and severe chronic pain for over 5 years at the age of 29. I had tried over 10 different practitioners and modalities with no relief. My pain was affecting not only my physical health but my mental state.
Jessica Wagstaff
Jessica Wagstaff
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