Clinic REOPENING June 5th, 2020

COVID 19’s return to work, what to expect:

  • There will be a screening email sent to you 24 hours prior to confirm you do not have COVID symptoms. If you do have any symptoms, we ask that you do not attend your appointment and use the 811 on-line self-assessment tool if you are unwell.
  • Screening will also be asked upon arrival by reception and once again when you enter the room with your practitioner. This is required by our associations to return to work.
  • Upon arrival to the clinic, please wait in your car and we will call you within 2 minutes of your appointment or when the practitioner is ready. We have a “check in” process if you would like to let us know you’re here in your car by visiting:
  • Once entering the clinic, you will have to sanitize your hands immediately (touch-less machine directly inside the doors to the left)
  • We ask that all clients pay in advance for your treatment when you arrive. Once you enter the clinic with your practitioner you will not be permitted to return to admin, and we ask that you exit our side door into the main building.
  • MASKS- are REQUIRED for all Physiotherapy and Osteopathy clients – please arrive with a clean, non-medical mask as we do not have extra to sell clients at this time.
  • Clients must attend appointments by themselves whenever possible. If you require someone to accompany or assist you, we ask you to make arrangements ahead of time with the clinic. All other persons must wait outside the clinic.
  • Please be advised that we ask you not to bring unnecessary items with you to your treatment. – ex: additional bags.
  • Our staff are practicing higher protocols for cleaning and we have added additional time between clients to ensure we do a full clean before each client.
  • We thank you for your cooperation through this reopening process and we are very excited to see all clients once again.


Identify and maximize your ability to move and function throughout your lifespan.


What does a Physiotherapist do?

Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession dedicated to working with people to identify and maximize their ability to move and function throughout their lifespan.

Specifically, physiotherapists improve clients’ quality of life by:

  • Promoting optimal mobility, physical activity and overall health and wellness;
  • Preventing disease, injury, and disability;
  • Managing acute and chronic conditions, activity limitations, and participation restrictions;
  • Improving and maintaining optimal functional independence and physical performance;
  • Rehabilitating injury and the effects of disease or disability with therapeutic exercise programs and other interventions; and
  • Educating and planning maintenance and support programs to prevent re-occurrence, re-injury or functional decline

Our services include all types and sizes

Physiotherapy is anchored in movement sciences and aims to enhance or restore the function of multiple body systems. The profession is committed to health, lifestyle, and quality of life. This holistic approach incorporates a broad range of physical and physiological therapeutic interventions and modalities.

Price List of Treatments

  • Initial Assessment(45 minues)
  • 30 minute treatments

What is Dry Needling? (See Dry Needling page)

Dry Needling; also known as ‘Myofascial Trigger Point Dry Needling’ it is an effective therapy in treating muscular spasm and tension. When injury occurs from an acute trauma or repetitive use, inflammation will occur from the tissue damage. This tissue damage causes a protective tension state or contracture to guard against any further damage to occur; therefore causing cell fibrosis or scar tissue to develop. Scar tissue will limit a muscle or tissue from functioning at its full potential, which will also cause compression and irritation to nerves- such as those suffering from carpel tunnel syndrome. When performing Dry Needling a small needle is inserted into a painful knotted muscle causing a local twitch reflex, this response is therapeutic and diagnostic, decreasing muscle contraction and pain and improves tissue health and flexibility.

  • Neck/Back Pain
  • Shoulder Pain
  • Tennis/Golfers Elbow
  • Headaches
  • Hip and Gluteal Pain
  • Knee Pain
  • Achilles Tendonitis/Tendonosis
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Carpel Tunnel Syndrome
  • Sciatica
  • Muscular Strains/Ligament Sprains
  • Chronic Pain
  • Athletic Performance

How Physiotherapy can help you:

Fall Risk Assessment

  • The physiotherapist will ask about your health history and physical activity, symptoms such as pain, weakness, stiffness in joints with movement.
  • The physiotherapist will ask you about your perceived changes in your sitting and balance while walking.
  • The physiotherapy assessment includes the use of specific and valid tools to test your balance and muscle strength and will perform tests to assess your risk of falling.
  • Neuro-sensory assessment .


Together you and your physiotherapist will develop a treatment plan to help you improve your mobility, balance and maintain your health goals. Some of your physiotherapy treatments may include:

  • Education for reducing stress and strain on your joints.
  • Home exercise program for strengthening your muscles.
  • Exercises for your balance and flexibility.
  • Tips for health, including tips for improving from urinary incontinence and bowel problems.

Physiotherapy for Seniors' Health

Are you at risk of a fall?

The senior’s health report from the Public Health Agency in Canada states that “Injuries in Canada are a serious public health concern. It is a leading cause of hospitalization for children, young adults and seniors, and it is a major cause of disability and death. Falls remain the leading cause of injury-related hospitalizations among Canadian seniors, and between 20% and 30% of seniors fall each year “. (Senior’s falls in Canada, second report. Public Health Agency.)

As you may be aware, with increasing age, you may have more difficulties with walking, moving and competing your daily activities. In addition to that, health conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, osteoporosis, or arthritis in the hips and knees can cause pain with standing and walking. All these factors contribute to your balance and increase your risk of falling.

Your Seniors Health Physiotherapist: Mirella Veras

is a physiotherapist with over 19 years’ experience spanning a variety of health system sectors, from acute care, rehabilitation, community and specialized geriatric outreach, neurology and pelvic floor. She completed her post-doctoral in Rehabilitation Science from the University of Montreal where she worked with interventions for rehabilitation for people who suffered from strokes. Her goals and commitment are to provide high quality of care and evidence-based rehabilitation in the geriatric, neurological, pelvic floor and musculoskeletal areas, especially prescribing exercises to improve quality of life, function, performance, well-being and promote healthy behaviours.

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