Physiotherapists work with individuals who have sustained musculoskeletal injuries or broken bones, have limited physical function, suffer from pain, or are recovering from orthopedic surgery or neurological injury.

On your first visit to see a Physiotherapist, a physical assessment will be conducted in order to determine what and where dysfunction lies.  Once the problem(s) has been identified, your Physiotherapist will educate you on your condition and determine an individualized treatment program for you.

Physiotherapy can provide treatment for a number of different conditions including:

  1. Soft Tissue Injuries
  2. Orthopaedic Conditions
  3. Sports Injuries
  4. Neurological conditions
  5. Back pain / sciatica
  6. Headache / migraine
  1. Osteo / rheumatoid arthritis conditions
  2. Chronic pain
  3. TMJ dysfunction
  4. Strains / sprains
  5. Muscle imbalances
  1. Pre / post-surgical rehab
  2. Motor vehicle accidents
  3. Neck pain / whiplash
  4. Autoimmune diseases
  5. Repetitive strain injuries

At Simcoe Physiotherapy Centre a wide range of treatment options are available and include:

  1. Manual mobilizing techniques
  2. Myofascial release
  3. Cranio-sacral therapy
  4. Injury specific exercise programs
  5. Postural Analysis and retraining
  6. Work conditioning
  1. Pain management
  2. Functional / performance training
  3. Developing home or gym exercise programs
  4. Modalities: TENS, EMS, Ultrasound, Laser, Traction, Hot wax, hot/cold packs
  5. Ergonomic / functional abilities assessments
  1. Pool therapy
  2. Acupuncture
  3. Vestibular rehabilitation
  4. Progressive goal attainment programs (PGAP)