How can physiotherapy help you?

Many Albertans have an illness, injury or condition which makes movement difficult and impacts activities of day living (ADL’s), which include working, participating in hobbies or activities. Physiotherapists are highly trained experts on how your body moves and what stops it from moving. They use a hands-on approach to help restore, maintain or improve physical function, mobility and movement. In Alberta, physiotherapy is a regulated health care profession, which means only qualified professionals can become registered physiotherapists.

When should you see a physiotherapist?

You should see a physical therapist when:
• You are in pain
• You have a condition (injury, illness or medical condition) that is impacting your activities.
• You want to invest in your health and prevent injuries

What Do We Treat?

• Arthritic conditions
• Athletic Injuries
• Soft Tissue Injuries
• Joint Injuries
• Chronic Pain Conditions
• Neck and Low Back Pain & Injury
• TMJ Dysfunction
• Ligament Sprains & Muscle Strains
• Tendonitis
• Pregnancy Induced Pain
• Pelvic Health Conditions:
-Pelvic Organ Prolapse
-Urinary Incontinence
-Pelvic Pain
-Chronic Constipation
-Sexual Pain
-Post Pelvic Surgery
• Prevention

Initial Assessment

When you visit us for the first time you will participate in a one hour assessment. During this visit, we learn about your condition, history, and lifestyle. Once established, we will discuss goals, anticipated outcomes and treatment options.


Our approach to your healing is one on one therapy and individualized. Treatments may include but are not limited to:
• Acupuncture and electro-acupuncture
• Active and passive stretching
• Modalities including ultrasound, taping, and manual traction
• Joint mobilizations
• Myofascial Release
• Brain/Nervous System Retraining
• Relaxation and Breathing Training
• Ongoing and Inclusive Exercises
• Pelvic Health Therapy
• Education/Retraining
• Posture/Alignment
• Self-care Training

Service Fees

Regular musculoskeletal assessment are $140 (usually 1 hour long) and musculoskeletal follow up appointments are $105 (usually 45 minutes long).  Please refer to Pelvic Health section for Pelvic Health Fees.

Unfortunately, we are not able to accept WCB claims at this time.

*Fees for services are the responsibility of the client. Contact us for more information on direct billing or submitting invoices.