Manual therapy incorporates specific hands on techniques applied to restricted joints, connective tissues or muscles in order to reduce pain and improve mobility.
A form of treatment using thin sterile needles to help facilitate reducing pain, accelerate recovery and improve movement.
Pelvic health physiotherapy is a specialized area of physiotherapy that assesses and treats both women and men with problems in and around the pelvis. Some common conditions include: incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, increased pelvic tone or weakness, low back pain, and sexual dysfunction.
Exercise is an effective treatment for patients whether in the early stages of an injury or those wishing to enhance their daily lifestyle and sport.
Based on the needs of your goal, exercises can be mobility, strength, stability or endurance geared.
Prior to surgery, evidence supports building on your range of motion, strength and endurance to speed the recovery post-operation.
Post-surgically, we will work closely to focus on mobility and strengthening to assist you back to your meaningful goals.