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Physical Therapy and Injury Clinics

Rehabilitation of all Joint, Muscle and Nervous System Disorders

Pain Reduction
Neck and Back Problems
TMJ and Headache
Frozen Shoulders
Arthritis
Visceral Manipulation
Muscle Injuries
Dizziness and Balance
Pelvic Health (male/female/pediatric)
Work Injury Rehabilitation
Sports Injuries
Concussion
Movement, Strength and Mobility Restoration
Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist and Hand Problems
Hip, Knee, Foot and Ankle Problems
Joint Replacement Rehabilitation
Car Accident Rehabilitation
Stroke, MS, and Parkinson's Rehabilitation

19 Locations Across Saskatchewan

University Trained Therapists

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No Doctor's Referral Needed

A medical referral is not required to make an appointment but check with your insurance provider to determine if they require one for coverage.

Get Started Right Away

Our Saskatoon clinics have physical therapists ready to see you right away.

No extra fee.

University Trained Therapists

All physical therapists, occupational therapists and exercise therapists have the skills and experience to help guide you after an injury.

From Our Blog

How to Train for a 5K

April 20, 2019

A 5K is a challenging but achievable marathon distance. Select a training plan, focus on injury prevention, and start slow to be ready for race day.

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Common Injuries Physical Therapists Treat

February 13, 2019

Common conditions physical therapists treat include post-operative and non-operative orthopedic conditions, neck pain, back pain, and stroke rehab.

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Difference Between Osteoarthritis and Osteoporosis

January 14, 2019

Osteoarthritis is inflammation and loss of cartilage between bones leading to joint pain, stiffness, and swelling. Osteoporosis is the loss of bone mass leading to weak bones that are more susceptible to fractures. Physical therapy can help improve deficits caused by both of these conditions.

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5 Tips to Help Prevent Falls

November 7, 2018

Use these 5 tips to decrease falls in order to remain independent in the home including footwear, home environment, safety awareness and physical therapy.

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The Low Down on Lower Back Pain

October 4, 2018

A staggering 83 percent of Canadians have reported an incidence of lower back pain at some point in their lifetime.

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Common Computer Injuries: Upper Cross and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

August 30, 2018

There are several different potential injuries that can be exacerbated by computer use that range from overuse to poor posture. Physical therapy can help!

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Physical Therapy is for Everyone

From infancy, through the working life and as function becomes impaired by the aging process, physical therapy can decrease symptoms and restore function each step of the way.

Physical Therapy is for Everyone

From infancy, through the working life and as function becomes impaired by the aging process, physical therapy can decrease symptoms and restore function each step of the way.

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