Physiotherapy treats the body’s physical and physiological systems. Different methods of gentle release, exercise, and manual therapies are used in a physiotherapy regime.

What Physiotherapy Can Do

The human body is an amazing machine, but like any machine, its parts are susceptible to wear-and-tear. Over time, many of us will experience mobility issues and pain resulting from injury, aging, disease, and other health concerns.

Physiotherapy gets people moving again with a wide range of techniques, including targeted exercises, manual therapy and joint mobilization/manipulation. Using in-depth knowledge of the body and hands-on clinical skills, physiotherapists are trained to assess, diagnose, and treat a wide range of physical problems.


Beyond Medication: Physiotherapy Can Bring Long-Term Relief From Pain

Clients often complain of neck and low back pain, as well as other musculoskeletal disorders — like carpal tunnel syndrome and osteoarthritis — which can involve the muscles, ligaments, nerves, or tendons of the body.

Many of us don’t think twice when we reach for pain medication, but these pills are not a cure-all (despite what slick TV ads tell us). Although pain-relieving pharmaceutical treatments provide some short-term relief, they don’t address the underlying causes of pain, and many come with health risks.