Physiotherapy is a multi-tiered approach to treating injury-related pain and illness. It includes manual manipulation of the body as well as prescribed therapeutic exercises. In some cases, physiotherapists apply current electrodes to help relieve pain, increase blood flow and relax muscles. Learn more
Acupuncture is an ancient pain remedy that can relieve symptoms in as little as one session. It involves shallow insertion of needles at key nerve centers in the body. Insertions are painless and patients normally receive 5 to 20 needles per session. Needles stay inserted for up to 20 minutes. Learn more.
Massage therapy is a healing technique that rejuvenates muscles, soothes tissues, eases tension and improves mood. Chiropractic and therapeutic massage is known to improve lymph and blood circulation as well as reduce tissue spasms and nerve compression while lowering heart rate and blood pressure. Learn more.
Chiropractic care is a hands-on process of gentle spine and joint manipulation, as well as soft tissue release. Chiropractors also diagnose and treat muscle, bone and nervous system disorders. These therapies help prevent musculoskeletal and nervous system issues for overall health improvements. Learn more.
Shockwave therapy involves a therapeutic device that delivers acoustic waves into troubled areas of the body. It works by breaking up scar tissue, thereby reducing pressure on nerves. The process improves blood flow, resulting in faster healing, improved range of motion and regeneration of tissue. Learn more.
Sports Injury Therapy
Specialized therapy for minor and more serious sports-related injuries involves rehabilitation exercises, stretch and strengthen techniques and education to prevent future injury. It may also include massage, acupuncture and manual manipulation of joint, muscle and tissue, depending on the patient. Learn more.
If you work long enough you are bound to get injured on the job. In Ontario, that is where WSIB comes in. Most companies and professions are covered through WSIB for work related injuries. How you go about your claim is very specific. Learn more.