Why Physiotherapy

One of the biggest reasons people go to a physiotherapist is because they’re in pain, but the cause of that pain can vary. Some people hurt their ankle, some have fallen on ice, some people come in because they’ve had a sore neck, back or shoulder for a while and they don’t know why. Some have an ongoing condition that they want to better manage.

If you need to move better, recover, or there’s something you want to do but can’t do because you have a restriction, physiotherapy can help.


Who should see a physiotherapist?

Anyone from any age, from babies to athletes to seniors. If you have experienced anything from strains and surgery to a motor vehicle accident, or if you just want to incorporate more physical activity into your life, physio can help.


How can physio help?

Especially if you’re just getting started with an activity, a physiotherapist can potentially pick up injuries that might happen or notice warning signs or red flags. Visiting a physiotherapist BEFORE you get active will allow them to help you prevent injuries from happening and the associated downtime in your life.

If you need to move better, recover, or there’s something you want to do but can’t do because you have a restriction, physiotherapy can help.

A physiotherapist can help you build a plan with proper exercises so that you can get moving and embrace whatever activity you’re interested in. Whether it’s managing an existing condition, recovering from an injury, or helping you prevent them in the first place, physio can help.

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