Don’t Know What to Do Before You Go Physiotherapy. Don’t Worry. We Have Physiotherapy FAQ for You. In addition, our Physiotherapy FAQ will help you information that you need for future visits.
Most Frequent Questions and Answers
We recommend clients see a physiotherapist first for an assessment to determine the cause of your pain. Massage therapy is great for addressing the muscles and myofacia, where as physiotherapy takes a more overall approach to address injuries. This includes manual therapy, exercise prescription and modalities for pain. In some cases both services are helpful and in others, a more active approach will happen.
Depending on your individual plan, most companies cover physiotherapy and massage therapy. It is always good to review your policy or call your insurance, so you can get an idea of your coverage. We will also double check your coverage on the first visit.
Our clinic does not accept OHIP
Yes. If your insurance company allows us to.
We do not require a doctor referral to treat you. However, your insurance company may require one. It is always best to double check with your insurance if you need a doctor referral.luctus nec ullamcorper mattis, pulvinar dapibus leo.
Your insurance information and doctor referral if you have one.
More Frequent Questions and Answers
Comfortable clothing is best. Depending on the injury, shorts or short sleeve shirts can help us access the body part easier. Furthermore, if you forget we do have gowns available here.
Yes. We are located in a large plaza with lots of parking.
We advise clients to come 15 minutes early to fill out paperwork. We will also double check your insurance coverage. Then you will be brought to an assessment room by the Physiotherapist where they will ask you questions related to your injury and health history information. Then they will perform a physical assessment which includes, but may not be limited to range of motion, muscle testing, nerve testing, and special tests. After the assessment the physiotherapist will provide a bit of treatment and will inform you what you need to do to get better.
Physiotherapy treatments vary in time depending on the area of injury and the severity. Generally treatments are around 45 minutes in length. In addition, how many treatments depends on the injury and severity. The physiotherapist will inform you of how many visits after they complete an assessment.