Services

Physiotherapists understand how to get your body moving well. They work to restore pain free movement. Physiotherapists are skilled in prevention, assessment and management of conditions affecting the musculoskeletal, circulatory, respiratory and nervous systems. They treat physical symptoms caused by illness, disease, sports, work, motor vehicle accidents,age or inactivity. You do not need a doctor’s referral to see a physiotherapist.

Our physiotherapists can help you by:

• treating joint or muscle pain, such as neck, back, shoulder, knee pain, or a sprain or strain.
• teaching you how to manage the physical challenges resulting from an injury or condition, such as arthritis, stroke, back pain or Multiple Sclerosis.
• providing advice on safe return to sports or work after an injury.
• maximizing your mobility if you have a neurological disorder, such as a stroke, MS, Parkinson’s disease or spinal cord injury.
• treating symptoms of a sports or work injury or motor vehicle accident.
• providing advice on injury prevention.
• helping you regain strength and mobility after surgery.

Canadian Physiotherapy Association
>> www.physiotherapy.ca

Ontario Physiotherapy Association
>> www.opa.on.ca

Physiotherapy

Massage therapists work to relieve pain due to stress, muscle overuse and chronic pain syndromes. They use a variety of techniques to manipulate the soft tissues of your body. Massage therapy can help to improve your physical function and ease pain. You do not need a doctor’s referral to see a massage therapist.

Our massage therapist can help if you:

• have muscle or tendon pain due to stress, work or sports.
• have swelling due to injury or a medical condition.
• joint restriction due to soft tissue.
• have muscle tension or spasm.
• have pain due to a medical condition such as, fibromyalgia, or Multiple Sclerosis.

Ontario Massage Therapist Association
>> www.omta.com
>> www.rmtao.ca

Massage Therapy
 
Chiropodists assess, treat and prevent diseases and disorders of the foot. They provide assistance through therapy, surgery, orthotic prescription, and health education. You do not need a doctor’s referral to see a chiropodist.

Our chiropodist can help if you:

• have foot pain.
• have a foot condition, such as warts, ingrown toenails, calluses.
• have limited mobility due to your feet.
• want to maintain healthy feet through proper care.
• have a medical condition, such as diabetes or rheumatoid arthritis which is affecting your feet.
• have a foot injury, infection, deformity or disease.
• have nerve or circulation problems affecting your feet.

Ontario Society of Chiropodists
>> www.ontariochiropodist.com

Chiropody
 
Pedorthists assess, design, manufacture, fit and modify foot appliances and footwear. Custom orthotics and appropriate footwear can help to alleviate painful or debilitating foot or leg conditions and provide assistance for abnormalities or limited actions of the lower limb.

Our pedorthist can provide devices and footwear to help:

• accommodate foot deformities.
• improve alignment of anatomical structures of the lower limb.
• improve balance.
• control lower limb mechanics.
• accommodate impaired circulation.
• enhance the actions of lower limbs compromised as a result of accident, congenital deformity, neural condition or disease.

Shannon Bunnett Canadian Certified Pedorthist
>> www.shannonbunnett.com

Pedorthic Association of Canada:
>> www.pedorthic.ca

Pedorthic
 
Kinesiologists are available to provide one to one personal training for physical conditioning, sports specific training and general health and wellness. Certified personal trainers have extensive fitness knowledge and can provide safe and effective exercise programs for all fitness levels.
Personal Training

 

Stratford Sport Medicine

 

A pelvic health physiotherapist can assess your condition, answer your questions and provide individualized treatment through exercises, manual therapy and education.  Our clinic offers private treatment rooms for appointments.

Conditions Treated

  • Urinary Symptoms: Urinary incontinence or urgency. Frequent, difficult or incomplete urination
  • Bowel Symptoms: Fecal incontinence, Constipation or difficult evacuation, Urgent or uncontrollable defecation
  • Organ Prolapse: Uterus, vagina, rectum or urethra
  • Pelvic Pain: Pelvis, vulvovaginal, anorectal, coccyx, perineal, abdominal, pudendal nerve, during sexual relations, activity or rest
  • Pre-natal or Post-Partum: Preparing for labour and delivery, rectus diastasis, musculature and joint dysfunction
  • Pre/Post Surgical or Medical Intervention: For incontinence, prolapse, urinary or anorectal system, hysterectomy, discomfort following surgery/radiation