Let us help you feel better! Contact us today for your initial consultation.
If you are coping with physical limitations such as back, shoulder, knee & wrist pain; painful injuries, chronic conditions or sport-related problems? Physiotherapy can offer you the relief you are searching for!
At Tri City Physiotherapy, we know how much an injury or condition can affect your quality of life. Our primary aim is to help you get well and stay well. Our compassionate and professional staff are eager to help you achieve your health care goals. Call us today for a consultation or for more information on how physiotherapy can benefit you or your loved ones.
What is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy is an effective and evidence-based regulated health care profession. Physiotherapists assess, restore, and help patients maintain an ideal level of physical function and health. Physiotherapists are health professionals who are specifically educated to deal with the musculoskeletal components of the human body. Because of their knowledge base and clinical skills, a physiotherapist is an essential part of the rehabilitation process for people with muscle, joint and nerve pain or dysfunction.
Physiotherapists provide services in hospitals, clinics, sports facilities, schools and workplaces. A physiotherapist focuses on pain relief in their initial treatment Preventing an injury or condition from worsening is the first step. The next step is to restore strength and stability and to improve flexibility and mobility. In order to do this, physiotherapists prescribe personalized therapeutic exercises. In addition, they educate patients about their body, what keeps it from moving well, how to restore mobility and independence and how to avoid or prevent bodily harm.
How Physiotherapy Helps:
A physiotherapist’s main goal is to aid patients in moving affected body parts, restoring their functional abilities and helping to prevent the onset of further dysfunction or disability. Through a series of therapy programs and prescription exercises, physiotherapists are able to help people achieve long term results and ultimately a healthy lifestyle!
It is important to seek physiotherapy quickly after an injury or a disorder as results improve with early intervention.
Physiotherapy treatments assist seniors, athletes, auto injury victims, injured workers and those recovering from child birth and surgery. In addition, conditions such as arthritis, stroke, heart conditions, lung diseases, neurological conditions, spina bifida and cerebral palsy can be successfully treated by physiotherapists.
Through physiotherapy, many patients are able to recover unrestricted movement which promotes the kind of physical independence necessary for a normal lifestyle or work. When it comes to assessing and treating people with movement problems, the services of a physiotherapist are often essential.
If you would like to talk to a Tri City physiotherapist to help determine if physiotherapy is a suitable choice for your health care goals, contact us today for a appointment and one of our highly trained and skilled professionals will contact you.
Over 90% of patients stated physiotherapy relieved their pain according to a survey done by Marktrend Research Inc. in 2001.
Common Physiotherapy Questions:
You do not need a doctor’s referral for physiotherapy. However, if you are going to use your health insurance to cover the cost of therapy, the insurance provider may ask you for a doctor’s referral.
Tri City Physiotherapy services are covered by most extended health insurance companies and in some cases Veterans Affairs and Medicare – such as OHIP. Not sure if you’re covered? No problem. We can help you find out (and usually within the hour). Just call us at 1 (519)-620-2229.
At Tri City Physiotherapy we believe your health should come first. We take care of the paperwork so you can focus on getting better, plus we offer direct insurance billing, saving you time and up front costs.
Learn more about coverage options available at Tri City Physiotherapy.
Schedule an appointment today to get the treatment you need, and the care you deserve.