Physiotherapists are experts on movement and function. We are university-trained and have advanced understanding of how the body moves, what keeps it from moving and how to restore mobility. Think of physiotherapists as your body mechanics: we keep you moving for life.
What to expect:
To ensure your time in therapy and at home is used effectively to reach your goals, your therapist will:
At Active Living Physiotherapy our therapists practice evidence-based physio techniques; this means we keep up to date with the latest in medical and sports science research to help us select treatments that have been scientifically proven to help your condition.
At Active Living Physiotherapy all our appointments are one-on-one. Patients can rest assured that they have the therapist’s undivided attention for the entire appointment time.
What is Physiotherapy and what can it do for me?
Your physiotherapist at Active Living Physiotherapy is skilled at assessing and treating the following conditions:
Contact us to see if physiotherapy is the right choice for you.
Your physiotherapist may use the following to treat your condition:
At Active Living Physiotherapy your therapist works as part of a team, communicating with you and your other health-care providers or coaches/trainers. The success of your physiotherapy program requires your commitment: you will probably be required to participate in an exercise program or some modifications to your postural or lifestyle habits. Your dedication to this homework will help you improve more quickly and achieve your goals as soon as possible.
A new patient to Active Living Physiotherapy should book a one-hour appointment for an injury to the neck, back, shoulders or hips. Most other issues can be addressed in a 30-minute initial assessment appointment. Most follow-up visits are 30 minutes, unless more than one area is being treated or a complicated case requires more time.
Please bring appropriate clothing to your visit (shorts for any lower back or lower body injury), tank top for women with upper body injuries.
Kinesiologists are much more than a personal trainer. They hold a university Bachelor Degree in Kinesiology (which is the study of human movement) and have an in-depth understanding of human anatomy and proper movement patterns as well as the science behind different training types and intensities.
Whether it is a one-on-one session or a group program, your goals, health history and health conditions will be considered in every exercise or workout prescribed.
Kinesiologists are able to prescribe exercise for following conditions or injuries:
Exercise is medicine - it really is the magic pill!
With exercise you will develop your overall fitness, strength, you will notice improved mental health, and morale. You will also improve your sleep and concentration.
Working with a Kinesiologist will:
Ask us also about mobile sessions! (at your home, your gym, your cottage...)