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


Visceral Manipulation

Muscle Injuries

Dizziness and Balance

Pelvic Health (male/female/pediatric)

Work Injury Rehabilitation

Sports Injuries


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

No Doctor's Referral Needed

Get Started the Same Day You Call

19 Clinics Across Saskatchewan

With over 19 locations in the province, we're just a short distance away.

  • Biggar
  • Fort Qu’appelle
  • Imperial
  • Kindersley
  • Lanigan
  • Moose Jaw
  • North Battleford
  • Outlook
  • Regina
  • Rosetown
  • Saskatoon Downtown
  • Saskatoon East
  • Saskatoon North
  • Saskatoon South
  • Saskatoon West
  • Tisdale
  • Unity
  • Watrous
  • Wynyard

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 the Same Day You Call

Our Saskatoon clinics have physical therapists ready to see you the same day you call. 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

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Difference between a Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist and Exercise Therapist

Physical, occupational or exercise therapist? We explain the role of each professional and how they can help you.

Physical Therapy – Not Just for Injuries and Accidents

Physical therapy is not just for injuries or accidents. Read about how PT can help symptoms of chronic pain, headaches, migraines, TMJ Disorder, or generalized weakness.

Preventing Snow Shovelling Injuries

Common injuries while shovelling snow include back and neck injuries. They may be prevented with warm-up, good posture and technique, and intermittent rest breaks. Learn more about prevention and treatment.

New Year Goal Setting

January is the time of year when everyone loves to reflect and plan some goals and resolutions. Along with setting goals comes the inevitable failure of goals. Getting help from a professional is a great way to take the work out of the process and ensure you stick with it and achieve what you set out.

Setting a New Years Resolution to improve your physical health

Challenge yourself this year to reach goals you have been dreaming of! Don’t let obstacles stand in your way. Here is how you can effectively reach the goals you set for yourself —and don't worry, you don’t have to do it alone!

Official Partner of SCOA (Saskatoon Council on Aging)

Bourassa & Associates Rehabilitation Centre is proud to announce a three-year partnership with Saskatoon Council on Aging (SCOA).




For over 30 years, university trained therapists have been been helping people feel their best. With 19 locations across Saskatchewan, you can start right away, no doctor's referral needed.