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PHYSIOTHERAPY

Get Back To Healthy Life

Physiotherapy is a form of physical medicine that specializes in the restoration and maintenance of mobility, function, and well-being. Physiotherapy is most often employed for the treatment of abnormal physical function due to an injury, disability, or disease, but there are many health conditions that can benefit from this type of medicine.

For example, a doctor may refer you to physical therapy after a surgery, to combat conditions that cause chronic pain, or after a major event such as a heart attack or stroke. Other conditions that may benefit from physiotherapy treatment include but are not limited to: sports injuries such as concussions, carpal tunnel syndrome, cystic fibrosis, joint disorders, pediatric conditions such as cerebral palsy, female pelvic floor dysfunction, and various neurological and musculoskeletal dysfunction.

What Is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy treats injuries, chronic ailments or physical issues using several established techniques.

Who Is A Physiotherapist?

Canadian physiotherapists undergo many years of training and are considered primary care providers. These health care professionals can assess patients, order tests and provide care.

Physiotherapy Treatment

 interferential current therapy

IFC is a trusted and effective method used by physiotherapists for years. Electrodes that are applied around the injured area stimulate the underlying muscles and promote muscle healing and pain relief.

laser therapy

This effective method of pain relief is non-invasive and safe. A laser is a​ concentrated beam of light at a certain wavelength that promotes tissue healing and pain reduction as well as increased circulation in the injured area.

manual therapy

Manual therapy is an effective way to reduce pain and inflammation. These include mobilization, manipulation, and others. A specialist can use this technique to diagnose as well as treat a condition.

taping techniques

A special tape is used to reduce pain and prevent injuries and improve performance for athletes. The tape we use at our Vaughan rehabilitation center​ is latex-free and is made of cotton.

therapeutic ultrasound

Ultrasound has been trusted in the medical world for decades. Therapeutic ultrasound uses ​high-frequency sound waves to treat the affected area and reduce pain due to injuries and disorders such as arthritis and fibromyalgia.

vestibular rehabiliation

Vestibular rehabilitation is an effective method of regaining one's balance. It helps prevent vertigo and dizziness, decrease involuntary eye movement and regain confidence in daily activities.

The type of treatment received depends on the particular needs of the individual. A trained physiotherapist will evaluate and diagnose your particular injury, disability, or condition and then create a program that focuses on restoration, recovery, and prevention of further issues. The exact goal of this treatment will vary as, again, it depends on your particular situation. Some of the more common goals are to help you manage pain, avoid the need for surgeries, improve mobility, and rehabilitate after injury or trauma.

Physiotherapy Exercises Helps With:

  • Sciatica

  • Repetitive strain injuries

  • Overuse injuries

  • Chronic injuries

  • Bursitis

  • Tendinitis

  • Rehabilitation after surgery

  • Rehabilitation after a car accident

  • Poor posture

  • Athletic injuries

  • Neck or back pain including whiplash and disc injuries

  • Post and pre-natal rehabilitation

  • Frozen shoulder

  • Obesity

  • Metabolic disease

  • Diabetes

  • Arthritis and osteoporosis

  • Nerve damage

We Use Telus Health eClaims

Telus eClaims is a web-based system that allows our clinic to submit our clients’ claims online, bypassing traditional mail-in system and vastly accelerating service. It’s secure and allows direct reimbursement and immediate confirmation of the insurance company’s response when offered by the insurer. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I Need A Doctor's Referral?
    Patients do not need a referral to be treated by a chiropractor. However, some private insurance companies do require a doctor’s referral. We take care of all billing details, call us to find out more!
  • How Much Does It Cost?
    Private and Motor Vehicle Insurers, commercial policies, as well as, Workers Compensation, usually cover the cost of chiropractic care as appropriate. We can help you with all insurance questions. Give us a call today!
  • What Should I Expect On My First Visit?
    Our chiropractors will take your detailed health history, assess current issues and determine if chiropractic care is right for you. They will then provide you with their diagnosis, expectations and explain the treatment strategy.
  • Is It Painful?
    Chiropractic treatments, when performed by a properly trained specialist, like our chiropractor, are safe and even at times, pleasant procedures.

Hydroactive is among the most qualified and professional physiotherapy service providers in Barrie and Vaughan. Our physiotherapists have a range of tools and resources at their disposal to help you on the road to recovery, regardless of what you’re suffering with. After initial evaluation and diagnosis, they’ll develop a personalized treatment plan according to your comfort and needs. Our facility is equipped with the latest advancements in technology and treatment options to maximize your potential for healing. This includes Inferential Current Therapy, Laser Therapy, Therapeutic Ultrasound, Manual Therapy, Taping Techniques, or Vestibular Rehabilitation. 

 

If you’re living with an injury, chronic condition, or disability, physiotherapy may be the answer to improving your quality of life. Book a free consultation with Hydroactive in either Barrie or Vaughan today to start feeling and living better. 

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