Physiotherapists are movement specialists. The profession of physiotherapy plays a significant role in treatment of injury and disease and in health promotion.

Physiotherapists combine in-depth knowledge of the body and how it works with specialized clinical skills to assess, diagnose and treat symptoms of illness, injury or disability.  All physiotherapists are university educated and registered with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario.  Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have closed the physical clinic. We are currently offering online appointments through video calls.

-Running injuries
-Cycling injuries
-Pre- or post-operative rehabilitation
-Ergonomic assessments of work stations
-Shoulder pain
-Neck pain and headaches
-Lower back pain
-Knee pain
-Tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow
-Sports injuries
-Foot and Ankle pain
-Hip pain
-Post fracture
-Episodic conditions (inflammatory arthritis, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s

Physiotherapy Assessment $120 | Physiotherapy Treatment $75
Physiotherapy Treatment with Shockwave $95



Exercise therapy is an important part of Physiotherapy. Your therapist will provide you with an exercise program to address your specific condition and stage of healing. Your exercise program will change over time as your condition improves. Exercise therapy is an important part of your overall rehabilitation program.


Manual therapy refers the use of 'hands-on' treatment techniques to restore motion, manage pain and promote healing. Techniques include joint mobilization and manipulation, trigger point release and muscle energy techniques.


Acupuncture involves the insertion of fine needles into target tissues to promote healing. Acupuncture comes from Traditional Chinese Medicine and our physiotherapists use acupuncture to treat musculoskeletal disorders within the scope of physiotherapy practice. The goals of acupuncture are to decrease pain and stimulate healing.


Dry needling is a treatment technique that uses (acupuncture) needles inserted into muscles with the goal relieving muscle pain and tension. Dry needling is also referred to as intramuscular stimulation, or IMS.
Dry needling is a technique that is much more aggressive than acupuncture and you should expect muscle soreness after a session of dry needling.


Shockwave is used with great results on chronic conditions like plantar fasciitis, rotator cuff calcifications and many other types of tendinitis. It is an acoustic wave that stimulates tissue healing. It typically takes three to five shockwave treatment sessions about one week apart followed by a period of activity modification to see results.