Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disease that affects many Canadians. Physical Therapy is beneficial in reducing some symptoms and improving activities of daily living. Find out how!

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Muscle Tears, Pulls & Strains

Muscle pulls, strains or tears can happen while doing daily activities. When muscles feel sore, weak, and tight then they may be strained. A physiotherapist can diagnose muscle injuries and offer effective treatment.

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The onset of osteoporosis can make you vulnerable to repeat bone fractures and falling. Protect yourself with some basic physiotherapy training.

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Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s Disease is a neurological disease causing chronic and progressive illness and loss of body control. There is no known cure for this disease but symptoms can be managed with physical therapy, exercise, and medications.

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Runner’s Knee

Do you have a dull or sharp pain in or around the kneecap? Runner’s knee can happen to anyone with an active lifestyle (not just runners). Physiotherapy is highly effective in treating runner’s knee.

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Ruptured Disc

At age 35-45 you are more at risk of a ruptured, bulging or herniated disc. Improper lifting, sports and manual labor can also cause a ruptured disc. Physiotherapy is a proven rehabilitation method to relieve the pain.

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older adult experiencing back pain and sciatica


Sciatica can cause lower back, hip, or buttock pain. It can feel like sharp, shooting or radiating pain down one side of your body. Physiotherapy can help.

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Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain can limit your range of motion and your ability to perform daily tasks. Physiotherapy has been proven effective in treating shoulder pain.

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Sports Injuries

Sports injuries is a blanket term to describe many types of injuries due to overtraining, lack of conditioning and improper technique. Physical therapy can help.

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Stiff Neck

Physical therapy has proven effective in treating stiff neck and neck pain using both passive and active techniques to reduce pain and improve range of motion. Learn more about stiff neck.

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Tinnitus affecting a young woman


The sensation of ringing in your ears is an actual condition referred to as Tinnitus. If you are suffering from tinnitus then physical therapy treatment can help.

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TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint) Disorder

If your jaw is tight after a long day or you notice a headache that starts near your jawline you may be suffering from TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint) Disorder. Passive and manual physiotherapy treatments can help relieve your pain.

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woman experiencing vertigo and headaches


Are you dizzy? Feeling off balance? Afraid of falling? Vertigo or (BPPV) Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo makes it hard to have the confidence to do regular daily activities. You aren’t alone and balance therapy can help.

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driver in car with whiplash


Have you been in a motor vehicle accident, sustained a sports injury, or experienced an injury at work that left your neck stiff and weak? You may have whiplash. Don’t let this become a chronic pain disorder. Learn more about how physical therapy can be an effective treatment for whiplash.

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