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Our Physiotherapists use a comprehensive assessment to determine what the root cause of your dysfunction and/or pain. These assessments include postural analysis, gait & movement analysis, and a focused biomechanical exam of the structures that can influence the affected area.

From this in-depth assessment we are able to determine which structure (or structures) are causing the symptoms, and utilize things like manual therapy, acupuncture and exercises to address them.

Our goal is to get you back to what you love.

We believe in Innovation - in utilizing Technology to provide the best care possible.


Dry Needling

Dry Needling. The term refers to needling techniques that don’t inject anything into the body. This includes techniques such as Acupuncture and Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS).


Acupuncture is a form of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) that consists of inserting fine myofilament needles into specific points throughout the body. These points rest along lines called meridians. The needles are then left in for a time to help facilitate the body’s healing process and restore it’s balance.

Acupuncture is typically very comfortable and can be used to help treat a wide variety of conditions. When used during physiotherapy we often focus on using it to help with pain, headaches, tension, stress, and anxiety.

Trigger Point Needling

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Manual Therapy

Manual Therapy is a broad term that refers to hands-on techniques used to treat the joints, muscles, and soft tissues throughout the body. Some of the techniques we use are joint mobilizations and manipulations, massage techniques, and myofascial release.

The benefits include:

We utilize these manual therapy techniques to help kick-start things and then use corrective exercises to reinforce the changes and keep things moving better.

Pelvic Health

Pelvic Health is a specialized area of physiotherapy. It focuses on assessing and treating the Pelvic Floor and Pelvic Girdle. The Pelvic Floor consists of the important group of muscles and ligaments that line the pelvis like a bowl. They attach to the pubic bone at the front, the sit bones on the sides, and the tailbone at the back. The Pelvic Girdle includes the joints, muscles, ligaments, connective tissue, and nerves of the hip, pelvis and lumbar spine.

It can help MEN and WOMEN who are experiencing any of the following conditions or symptoms:

During the initial assessment the physiotherapist uses both internal and external techniques to thoroughly assess the pelvic floor and the surrounding structures. Treatment can include: manual therapy, exercises, electrical muscle stimulation, biofeedback, external supports (taping, binders, pessary), bowel/bladder tracking, and education.

If you have any questions or would like to book in, give us a call and book with Ashley.