Injuries We Treat

Physical injury can occur in a wide variety of circumstances, from sports to the pressures of daily life.
We understand the delicate balance between wanting to return to activity quickly and ensuring you make the best possible recovery. We use comprehensive assessment and treatment techniques to ensure you receive the best possible care.

For any questions on your specific injury or area of pain please contact us today.
Physiotherapists work with a diverse range of clients from young to old, from elite athletes to older adults, from office workers to clients with a chronic condition, from recreational runners to clients recovering from surgery.

Specific areas that physiotherapists can help you with are:

● Neuromusculoskeletal (e.g. back pain, whiplash, sports injuries, muscle and joint pain, arthritis, chronic pain, rehabilitation, etc.)
● Neurological (stroke, MS, Parkinson’s)
● Cardiovascular (chronic heart disease, rehabilitation after heart attack)
● Respiratory (asthma, COPD, cystic fibrosis)
Here are some of the common areas we help our clients with in Restore Physiotherapy & Wellness:

● Muscle, Ligament, Tendon and Nerve Pain or Injury
● Back Injury including Low Back Pain, Sciatica or Disc Injury
● Shoulder Pain or Injury
● Neck Injury and Pain including Upper Back and Neck Tightness and Headaches
● Whiplash
● Foot and Ankle Pain or Injury
● Knee Pain or Injury
● Shin and Calf Injury
● Wrist, Hand and Finger Injury
  Elbow and Forearm Injury
● Hip and Groin Pain or Injury
● Children or Youth Pain or Injury
● Post-operative Physiotherapy after Surgery (also pre-operative physiotherapy)
● Neurological Conditions (including Stroke and Multiple Sclerosis rehabilitation)
● Chronic and Persistent pain
● Second Opinions on Previous Diagnosis and new approaches to Treat your Pain
Therapies we use include Evidence-based education, Massage and Manual Therapy and Exercise Prescription.
Treatment involves:
1.     Education on your diagnosis and advice on how best to approach management.
2.     As a doctor prescribes medications a physiotherapist prescribes therapeutic exercise. We choose the right exercises for your particular diagnosis and take the time to teach you the correct and safe technique.
3.     Hands-on: We offer manual therapy and massage for those issues that need a hands-on approach.
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