Looking for physiotherapy? Good news! We’ve got all the tools and the know-how to get you up and moving – pain free. Through the use of scientific and evidence-based practices, our physiotherapy helps strengthen and correct underlying issues of the body.
Whether you’ve been seriously injured, are recovering from surgery, or are experiencing a chronic condition that’s affecting your ability to move your body fluidly, we can help. Our highly-educated and trained physiotherapists are one of the best when it comes to increasing mobility, injury recovery,injury prevention and pain management.
Our physiotherapy services Calgary NW can benefit a broad range of health conditions. But, the following is a list of some of the most common reasons people seek out our physiotherapy services:
Muscle tension / Tense muscles
Repetitive strain injuries
Sports related injuries
Injuries caused by motor vehicle accidents
Pelvic issues related to childbirth
Movement issues caused by Parkinson’s disease
Issues related to poor posture
Sports and overuse injuries
Muscle inhibition pain
Joint range issues
We see a wide variety of cases and have many techniques at our disposal. If you’re still wondering if our physiotherapy might be a good option for you, just give us a call and a member of staff will be happy to provide you with more information.
A Low-Risk, Non-Invasive Integrated Care for Pain
While we do provide hands-on treatment to patients who are recovering from surgery, physiotherapy can also help you avoid needing surgery in many cases. Surgery is often high-risk and isn’t always necessary. If you’re considering having surgery to deal with your condition, chances are we have a recovery plan for you.
We believe and understand how our bodies are made to heal themselves and we can kick-start and assist in that process. Some patients are even able to reduce their prescriptions after treatment because we focus on the underlying problem.
Prescription medications can also have bothersome, even dangerous side effects and often is not an effective long-term solution. In many cases, patients develop a tolerance to their medication and it no longer works as well as it used to.
That’s where we come in.
Individualized Treatment Plan
During your first in-clinic physiotherapy appointment, your physiotherapist will conduct a physical assessment, check the range of motion as well as ask you questions about your medical history. Your therapist may do some tests to determine and measure your current level of ability.
You and your therapist will discuss the most effective treatment options available for your specific condition. Every patient we see is unique and so is their treatment.
Often, your custom made holistic treatment plan consist of strengthening and functional exercise prescription along with soft tissue massage, joint manipulations, and other forms of manual therapy such as massage therapy (deep tissue massage therapy, relaxation massage, etc.), IMS therapy, cupping massage, soft tissue technique to maximize the benefits of treatment and encouraging optimal healing environment.
In addition to your treatment session, our physiotherapists have a wealth of knowledge and are eager to teach you more about your condition and give you advice on what you can do to promote natural healing processes and experience recovery as fast as possible. This includes mobility exercise techniques to practice at home, as well as activity modifications that could encourage a healing response.
Vivian graduated with a Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy from Queen’s University in 2010. She moved to Calgary and has worked in private practice in Calgary since January of 2011 (Maximum Potential Physiotherapy since 2013 and Country Hills Physiotherapy since 2016). Vivian has a large focus on assessing and treating the body as a…
Richard graduated with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in Austin, Tx in 2016. He worked in Montana for 6 months in a nursing facility after graduation and then returned to Canada. Upon returning to Canada he worked at 2 clinics in Lethbridge, AB for 4…
Joanna graduated from the University of Alberta in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy. Prior to this she pursued a Kinesiology degree at the University of Calgary. A lifelong learner, continuing education courses have fuelled Joanna’s passion for her profession. She has completed post-graduate courses in manual therapy, Anatomical Acupuncture, GunnIMS, pain…
Alex is a recent graduate of the Master of Science in Physical Therapy program at the University of Alberta. Prior to starting the U of A physical therapy program, Alex completed a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at the University of Central Oklahoma. During his undergraduate program, Alex played four years of collegiate hockey and…