Physiotherapy is a health care profession for the prevention and treatment of injury or dysfunction through a variety of physical means. Its goal is to enhance your well being, educate you about your health and teach you techniques for improved mobility, pain relief, injury recovery and prevention. Physiotherapists are recognized experts in physical rehabilitation. They are specially educated and specifically trained to assess and improve movement and function, and alleviate pain. Our goal is to provide you with an individualized treatment plan designed to deliver fast results, so you can take your health, fitness and sports performance to an advanced level. The Core Physiotherapists know how to get to the root cause of your problems and excel at treating a vast array of problems including:

  • Sports injuries
  • Strains and sprains
  • Back and neck pain (i.e. disk injuries, whiplash)
  • Age related conditions (i.e. Osteoporosis, Arthritis)
  • Posture related conditions
  • Car accident rehabilitation
  • Repetitive strain/overuse injuries (i.e. rotator cuff tears, tennis elbow)
  • Chronic injuries (i.e. ITB Syndrome, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome)
  • Post-surgical rehabilitation (i.e. joint replacement, fractures, ligament repair)
  • Tendonitis/Bursitis 
  • Nerve injuries/damage
  • Headaches
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Pre and post natal rehabilitation 

  Custom Bracing and Orthotics
Whatever your orthopaedic bracing and orthotic needs may be our physiotherapists will provide a full assessment to analyze your biomechanics and injury to recommend the best bracing or support options for you.

  Active Release Technique (ART)
ART is a soft tissue management system designed to specifically target and remove adhesions and scar tissue, which lead to pain, dysfunction and increased soft tissue tension. These adhesions are often the result of acute injuries such as sprains, strains or bruises but can also occur from repetitive motions common in workplace or sports injuries.

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