You’ll be involved in your own recovery.

Physiotherapists are university educated professionals that provide hands-on care and exercise programs to help you hurt less and move more.

Physiotherapists can support you if you have:

  • Persistent or chronic pain
  • Weakness or dysfunction
  • Pelvic pain
  • Acute sports and work-related injuries

Our Approach

We consider each client’s individual concerns and experiences and work to tailor treatments to your particular needs and therapeutic goals.

Person-centred Care

You are unique—your care should be too. We work with you to create a personal treatment plan.

Patient Education

We empower you to better understand your symptoms and care so you can make informed choices.

Evidence-based Care

We apply current, reliable research and evidence to inform our clinical approach.


Our team is our biggest asset. We work together across disciplines to offer you the best care.

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Physiotherapy focuses on function and movement to maximize your physical potential.

Physiotherapists study the science of movement. The heart of physiotherapy is understanding how and why movement and function take place.

It is a holistic approach to prevent, diagnose and manage pain and mobility limitations. Physiotherapists learn how to pinpoint an injury’s root causes. They provide treatment, exercises and education that focus on both prevention and rehabilitation to make the most of a patient’s function and well-being.

We can treat problems caused by injury, disease or disability. Here are some examples:

  • Neck and back injuries
  • Shoulder injuries
  • Knee injuries
  • Arthritis
  • Pelvic health concerns
  • Sports injuries
  • Chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia
  • Rehabilitation from brain and spine injuries
  • Weakness and movement-related concerns
  • Instability and imbalance issues
  • Rehabilitation prior to and post-surgery
  • Injury recovery after an accident
  • Ehlers-Danlos syndrome
  • Functional neurological disorder
  • Long covid syndrome
  • Overcoming injury-related anxiety
  • Pain in the jaw also known as temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMJ)
  • Reduces or eliminates pain
  • Helps reduce the risk of future injuries
  • Can improve mobility and strength
  • Improves overall wellness

Step 1 – Assessment

At your first visit your physical therapist will:

  • Listen to understand your history and the problem you’re experiencing
  • Examine your muscles and joints to assess your movement and strength
  • Possibly do tests and take some measurements

Note: Your examination may require you to be partially undressed, depending on your comfort level.

Step 2 – Planning and Treatment

Then you can expect your physical therapist to discuss:

  • Their initial thoughts and findings with you
  • Possible goals and treatment options
  • A plan you create together, based on your goals and needs

Step 3 – Ongoing Care and Education

Your physical therapist will monitor your progress and modify treatment as needed throughout your care. Patient education is key. Your physical therapist will help you understand:

  • How your body moves and works, and possible reasons for your problems
  • How to do exercises safely and effectively
  • How to manage your condition and prevent future problems

Our Practitioners

We take an empathetic approach to your care and always provide the most up-to-date information and resources. We want to help you on your journey to recovery.

Not sure where to start? Call 250-475-1522, ext 1. and our patient care coordinators will help.

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