Physiotherapist are primary health care
professionals with a significant role in health promotion and treatment of injury and disease. Physiotherapy is treatment to restore, maintain or improve a patient’s mobility, function and well-being. Physiotherapists combine their in-depth knowledge of the body and how it works with hands-on clinical skills to assess, diagnose and treat symptoms of illness, injury or disability.

Our Physiotherapists will work in partnership with you to customize an individualized treatment program and health goals. Using a combination of hands-on manual therapy, contemporary rehabilitation techniques, therapeutic modalities, and prescribed exercises to promote healing of your injuries and/or management of your conditions, our Physiotherapists will work to restore your physical function for maximum independence which will allow you to get back to your normal active lifestyle as quickly as possible.

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Massage Therapy is the leading therapy used by Canadians and is essential for injury rehabilitation and prevention. It can be part of your ongoing health and wellness routine as it can be used proactively to decrease muscle tension and joint discomfort, improve posture, aid in relaxation and help manage mental health issues like stress and anxiety. Massage Therapy is an effective approach to pain management and overall well-being. It can be highly effective when used as part of a preventive care program and complements other treatments such as athletic therapy, chiropractic, physiotherapy and naturopathic medicine.

Our Registered Massage Therapists will use a variety of techniques including Swedish massage, deep tissue, trigger point therapy, cupping, acupuncture and rehabilitative exercises such as stretching and strengthening. Our Registered Massage Therapists will carefully consider your medical history, areas of concern, level and type of pain and how your condition restricts your performance and/or daily activities. We are committed to restoring and maintaining the optimal health and function of your body.

Our therapists will collaborate with our Momentum SportMed and Wellness health care practitioners to ensure you are receiving the best possible treatment and rehabilitation.

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Chiropractic Care

Chiropractic care is a non-invasive, hands-on healthcare profession focused on your spine, muscles, joints and nervous system. Chiropractic treatment is a preventive form of medicine that is becoming popular for the treatment of many common chronic and acute medical conditions —it is more than adjustments to your neck or back.

Chiropractors’ approach to patient care is similar to Physiotherapists and Athletic Therapists. They assess injuries and conditions related to the musculoskeletal system, and practice a hands-on approach to healthcare that includes patient examination, diagnosis, treatment and patient care. Chiropractors have broad diagnostic skills and are also trained to recommend therapeutic and rehabilitative exercises. They use evidence-based research and clinical expertise to diagnose issues that affect your body’s movement.

Our chiropractors are uniquely qualified to evaluate your condition or injury. They will work with you, in conjunction with our health care team to determine the best course of action and treatment for you. Our chiropractors will use a variety of manual techniques, restorative rehabilitation exercises and therapeutic modalities to help facilitate the safe and rapid return to your activities after an injury or condition.

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Athletic Therapy

Athletic Therapist are healthcare professionals who follow a healthcare sports medicine model of rehabilitation to mend physical injuries that occur from sports, recreation, accidents, daily activities and occupations. Our Certified Athletic Therapists specialize in the prevention, assessment and treatment of injuries affecting muscles, ligaments, bones and joints, especially as they relate to the pursuit of physical activity.

Our Certified Athletic Therapist treatment protocols will use a wide range of active rehabilitation techniques, manual therapy (hands-on soft tissue techniques), physical conditioning and therapeutic modalities (current and ultrasound). These treatments aim to optimize healing and restore imbalances associated with your injury or condition for your rapid return to sports and other activities, pain-free

Our Certified Athletic Therapist treatment protocols will use a wide range of active, and enable enhanced performance for physically active individuals. However athletic therapy services are not limited to athletes alone. They also extend to those from non-sporting backgrounds who are involved in jobs that are physically demanding or have sustained injuries from work or life in general.

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Acupuncture is an important component of Traditional Chinese medicine. TCM Acupuncture uses the careful insertion of fine, sterile needles into specific points of the body that regulate the flow of energy. Relatively painless, it often results in sensations of heaviness, warmth or tingling in the area of insertion as the flow of energy increases. The correct balance of energy throughout the body can help relieve many symptoms such as musculoskeletal pain, digestive disorders, sleep, emotional imbalances, stress and headaches, pregnancy and gynecological issues among others.

Acupuncture points stimulate the central nervous system which releases endorphins, which are our bodies’ natural pain-relieving hormones, into the muscles, spinal cord, and brain. These changes stimulate the body's natural healing abilities and promote physical and emotional well-being.

Contemporary Medical Acupuncture is an effective treatment alone or in combination with your Physiotherapy, Chiropractic, Naturopathic, or Massage treatments to treat joint pain, headaches, muscle pain, inflammation or swelling, nerve pain and emotional/mental distress. The effect of Acupuncture will depend on the nature or cause of your injury or condition.

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Cupping Therapy

Cupping is a traditional Chinese medicine modality to remove stagnation and stimulate the flow of qi(chi) or energy. It is also used to treat chronic muscle tension, stress and anxiety.

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Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST) is a form of table-based assisted stretching that focuses on a series of movements created to unlock tension in the deepest layers of the tissue. This includes the many connective tissue layers surrounding the muscles, joints, nerves, and bones.

The aim is to unravel restrictions in the fascia, relax the hold the nervous system has on the tissue and open up the joint space by stretching the fascia throughout the body. The goal is to achieve optimal strength, increased flexibility, increase performance, reduce pain and help prevent injury.

It incorporates breath techniques and traction while taking joints to their available pain free ranges. Gentle muscle contraction may also be used to achieve length and decrease tone in muscles.

It is a pain-free method of stretching, performed on a massage table.

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A sports massage is a style of massage designed to improve athletic performance and prevent injuries.

It is the application of basic and treatment oriented massage techniques to an athlete or active individuals with the purpose of enhancing preparation for, or recovery from the physical demands of training, practice and or competition. There are several stages of the application of sport massage and this depends on the stage of training and competition the athlete is in, ie. pre-event, inter-event, post-event and recovery. The techniques of sport massage are applied with purpose. The outcome of sport massage is to create physiological effects that result in therapeutic outcomes, which translate into performance enhancement.

Sport Massage is an integral part of an athletic or active individual training and competition program. It complements all other health care approaches as well as many physiological and performance related benefits.

Whether you’re a competitive athlete or a casual exerciser, muscles trains, muscle tension and soreness impair your ability to keep doing what you love to do. Sports massage is an effective way to manage the ups and downs of an active lifestyle.

Our sport massage therapists are highly trained registered massage therapists, who have completed the required education, training and sport specific experience through the Canadian SportMassage Therapists Association.

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Custom Bracing and Orthotics

Custom bracing are an effective way to both stabilize and protect an injury, while allowing a return to regular everyday activities or to sport. Custom bracing can be used for a variety of conditions that may cause pain or limit your function. Whether it be a ligament injury, post-surgery, or osteoarthritis, bracing is designed to restore movement, support recovery, decrease pain and optimize performance.

We offer a wide range of custom bracing options for the upper and lower body that are designed to treat conditions such as tennis/golfer’s elbow, carpal tunnel, patella femoral conditions, ACL, MCL and ankle injuries to name a few.

A custom made orthotic is a prescribed corrective removable insole that is placed in the shoes to hold the foot in the proper position to allow the joints, muscles and ligaments of your feet to function closer to their normal limits. This allows the feet to gain biomechanical advantage and move the foot and lower leg more efficiently, therefore eliminating foot and lower leg pain and ailments, e.g. heel spur syndrome, bunions, calluses, shin splints, runner’s knee, etc.

For best results, wearing a custom braces/support is often recommended as part of an overall treatment plan with one of our Therapist.

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