Physiotherapy in Northwest Calgary

New Patient Offer

Do you have pain or an injury that’s affecting your quality of life? Physiotherapy can help. Our personalized, 1:1 approach is designed to address your unique situation and improve your wellness so that you can get back to your life as quickly as possible.

 

  • Patient-centred approach
  • Concussion and Vestibular Physiotherapy available
  • Direct billing available
New Patient Offer

What can Physiotherapy help with?

Pain management

Physiotherapy techniques such as manual therapy, therapeutic exercises and methods like ultrasound or electrical stimulation can effectively manage various types of pain, including musculoskeletal pain, joint pain and chronic pain.

Mobility and function

Physiotherapy interventions aim to improve mobility, restore joint range of motion, enhance flexibility, and optimize bodily function. It can also help improve your physical capabilities post-surgery and some chronic situations.

Strength and stability

Physiotherapy incorporates targeted exercises to strengthen muscles, improve balance and enhance overall stability. This can be particularly beneficial for injuries, managing neurological situations or seeking to prevent falls and maintain independence.

Rehabilitation

Physiotherapy can play a crucial role in post-surgical rehabilitation. It can aid in healing, promote tissue health and help you regain strength and mobility following procedures like joint replacements, orthopedic surgeries or spinal surgeries.

Neurological conditions

Physiotherapy interventions can benefit those with neurological conditions such as traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease. Physiotherapy can help manage symptoms, improve mobility, balance and coordination.

Vestibular disorders and concussions

Through various exercises and manual therapies, Physiotherapy aids in improving balance, reducing dizziness and managing headaches. It also helps in restoring normal function and mobility.

Sports injuries and performance

Physiotherapy can help athletes with sports-related injuries by reducing pain, restoring bodily function and enhancing performance. It includes techniques such as sports-specific exercises, manual therapy and injury prevention strategies.

Personalized Physiotherapy for pain relief & rehabilitation

Your Physiotherapist will conduct a thorough assessment to diagnose your situation and medical history. This information will be used to create your individualized wellness approach, combining various therapies and techniques. These can include:

Our service is incomparable - just check our reviews!

Shockwave Therapy

This technique uses high-energy sound waves to promote healing and reduce pain. It can effectively treat situations like plantar fasciitis, tendinitis and more.

Our service is incomparable - just check our reviews!

Dry Needling and Muscle Release Therapy

Dry needling involves inserting thin needles into trigger points in the muscles to help alleviate pain and improve function. Muscle release therapy uses gentle pressure to release muscle tension and reduce pain.

Our service is incomparable - just check our reviews!

Kinesiology Taping

Special tape is applied to the skin to support injured muscles and joints. It can promote healing and aid injury prevention.

We value inclusivity.

Exercise Rehabilitation

A key component of many Physiotherapy approaches, your team will design a personalized exercise program that strengthens muscles and improves mobility and flexibility. Rehabilitation improves your overall fitness and can prevent future injury to the affected area.

Our Physiotherapy services can help with a wide range of situations

  1. Sports injuries: Tackling the setbacks encountered in sports, addressing sprains, fractures and various athletic strains with personalized care and attention.

2. Motor vehicle accident (MVA) injuries: Providing compassionate support for injuries from car accidents that can cause whiplash, broken bones, head trauma, etc.

3. Exercise Rehabilitation: Rebuilding strength and mobility through exercise after an injury or surgery, getting back in motion with dedication and perseverance and promoting a smooth road to wellness.

4. Vestibular Rehabilitation: Professional guidance and exercises to enhance balance, reduce dizziness and alleviate vertigo stemming from inner ear issues or vestibular system dysfunction.

5. Concussion Rehabilitation treatment (including dizziness and vertigo): Recovering from a concussion, treating symptoms like dizziness and vertigo.

6. Post-surgical Rehabilitation: Tailored to aid wellness and optimize bodily function after surgery, getting you back on your feet.

Frequently Asked Questions

Which situations can Physiotherapy help with?

Physiotherapy can help with a wide range of situations, including musculoskeletal injuries, back and neck pain, sports injuries, post-operative rehabilitation, neurological conditions and more.

How does Physiotherapy work?

Physiotherapy works by utilizing various techniques such as exercise therapy, manual therapy (e.g., joint mobilization, soft tissue mobilization), dry needling and education, aiming to promote healing, improve mobility, reduce pain and enhance physical function.

How long does a Physiotherapy session typically last?

A Physiotherapy session usually lasts between 30 to 60 minutes, depending on the specific approach being taken.

How many Physiotherapy sessions will I need?

The number of Physiotherapy sessions required varies depending on the severity of your situation and your response to treatment. Your provider will provide you with an estimate after your first assessment.

Is Physiotherapy painful?

Physiotherapy techniques are generally designed to minimize pain and discomfort. However, certain therapeutic interventions or exercises might cause some temporary discomfort or soreness. Your Physiotherapist will work with you to ensure your comfort throughout the appointment.

What techniques are commonly used in Physiotherapy?

Common techniques used in Physiotherapy include exercise therapy, manual therapy (such as joint mobilization and soft tissue mobilization), dry needling and education on self-management and prevention strategies.

Can Physiotherapy be used for injury prevention?

Yes, Physiotherapy can play a crucial role in injury prevention. Physiotherapists can assess movement patterns, identify risk factors and prescribe exercises and strategies to prevent injuries and improve overall physical performance.

How long does it take to see results from Physiotherapy?

The time it takes to see results from Physiotherapy varies depending on the nature of your situation, as well as individual factors. Some people may experience improvement after a few sessions, while others may require a long-term approach.

What should I wear to a Physiotherapy appointment?

It is best to wear comfortable clothing that allows you to move unrestricted and provides easy access to the area being treated. Loose-fitting clothes or athletic wear often work best.

Success Stories

Physiotherapists in Calgary, Alberta

Welcome, we’re so glad to have you. Our Physio clinic is in NW Calgary near Nose Hill and the Calgary neighbourhoods of North Haven, Huntington Hills, Beddington Heights, Highwood, Highland Park and NE Calgary.