We offer a wide range of professional, cost-effective services and programs that are tailored just for you.
What can we help you with today?
Whether your goal is rehabilitation from an injury, or disease and disability management, physiotherapy can help. We work with you to start the healing process, improve movement, and prevent future injury and disease.
Physiotherapy that focuses on sport specific injury management and prevention, performance enhancement and training. Our therapeutic programs will help you reach your full potential and get you back in action.
Chiropractic Therapy is a hands-on technique that uses manual adjustments and spinal manipulation to treat problems of the bones, muscles, and joints. The main goal of an adjustment is to realign the bones and joints, which can help relieve pain and increase your body’s range of motion.
All therapeutic yoga is implemented by a certified yoga rehabilitation instructor based on your evaluation results. Duration and frequency of individual session is determined by your physiotherapist. Group sessions are available to transition into.
Dry needling is the use of thin monofilament needles (referred to as acupuncture needles) to affect tight bands in muscles and stimulate the nervous system. It is very effective in treating chronic conditions that have not responded to conventional therapies.
From Traditional Chinese Medicine, acupuncture is an effective primary or adjunct treatment for acute and chronic pain and for rehabilitation. In addition, it is traditionally used to balance energy to address a wide range of emotional, digestive, hormonal and neurological disorders as well as promoting relaxation and overall wellbeing. Thousands of years of history as well as more recent studies have shown that acupuncture can help many conditions.
Functional Nutritional Therapy
A Nutritional Therapy Practitioner is trained to evaluate nutritional needs, to focus on the root cause of symptoms and to make recommendations for dietary changes to support good health and healing. Nutritional Therapy supports the body’s innate capacity to heal, regenerate and restore when given the right tools and nutrition. With a no “one size, one diet, fits all” approach, the focus is on traditional, properly prepared, nutrient dense, whole foods.
Physiotherapy treatments can be used to assess and help improve issues with balance and coordination, along with a variety of symptoms that can occur after a concussion, including headaches, dizziness, fatigue, and neck pain. Our physiotherapists can also help by providing education on how to manage symptoms going forward to help you return to your pre-injury level of activity.
Pelvic Health Physical Therapy is a specialized branch of physiotherapy that treats problems related to women’s health and the pelvic floor. This therapy involves treating the group of muscles that contribute to bowel and bladder function, sexual function and stability of the pelvis, hips and back.
Physiotherapy that is used to alleviate symptoms caused by vestibular disorders; primarily vertigo, dizziness, trouble with balance, posture, and vision. We will assess your balance, neck and eye movements, among other things, to determine what is causing your dizziness or imbalance to improve your daily living.
Manual Osteopathy is a holistic therapeutic approach that looks at all the layers of the body from the connective tissue that surrounds the joints to the muscles and ligaments. We will look at the body as a whole to find the root cause of imbalances through the body that may be causing pain or discomfort then the will correct it. We treat long term, persistent issues including: headaches, neck issues, plantar fasciitis, hip bursitis and more.
How long is an appointment?
A physiotherapy assessment takes approximately one hour for the initial assessment then 30 minutes for subsequent treatments. Appointment times do vary according to the condition and stage of treatment required. Massage therapy appointments are available from 30 minutes to 75 minutes however, we do recommend the first appointment be schedule for an hour. Your clinic can provide further details upon booking.
What can I expect at my first physiotherapy or massage therapy appointment?
During the initial assessment you will be one on one with your therapist. This session is all about you and your needs. The physiotherapist will learn about your medical history, assess and diagnose your condition, determine a plan of care, set goals and prescribe exercises when appropriate.
Do you need a doctor’s referral?
You do not need a doctor’s referral to attend physiotherapy, massage therapy or other types of movement services. However, your private insurance provider may require a referral in order to cover the cost of your treatment. Please check with your insurance provider for full plan details.
Can you direct bill to insurance companies or do I have to pay upfront?
We are able to direct bill to most insurance companies as well as the Workers’ Compensation Board of PEI, Motor Vehicle Accident Benefits and Disability claims. Upon scheduling your appointment, please discuss your insurance information with the receptionist for further details.
What should I wear to my appointment?
It is recommended wearing comfortable, loose-fitting clothes. For example, if we are treating your shoulder, a tank top or camisole helps.