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Physiotherapy

What is physiotherapy?

The terms "physiotherapy" and "physical therapy" mean the same thing and are used interchangeably, as are the terms “physiotherapist” and “physical therapist”. The focus is on drug-free pain relief and maximum function. Physiotherapy prevents or lessens some of the physical problems that are associated with injury, disease, disability, birth defects or long periods of inactivity.

Physiotherapy:

  • is primary health care physio_2
  • helps you reach your maximum strength and movement potential
  • provides preventive, diagnostic and rehabilitative services to help you achieve your optimal function after injury or disease
  • involves you in setting your own treatment goals
  • encourages your independence
  • is a non-intrusive, cost-effective choice for managing your health


Physiotherapy prevents or lessens some of the physical problems that are associated with injury, disease, disability, birth defects or long periods of inactivity.

Physiotherapy includes rehabilitation, as well as prevention of injury and promotion of health and fitness. It is used whenever mobility, independence and physical fitness are important.

Physiotherapists not only treat injuries, they also teach you how to prevent the onset of pain or injury that can limit your activity.

What can physiotherapy do for you?

Whether it's for work or play, a physiotherapist can prevent or treat a range of physical challenges. Through a variety of hands-on treatments, education and exercise prescription, a Physical Therapy One therapist will help you maximize your ability to function. Whether you suffer from headaches, have a shoulder that complains when you move it or you're unable to walk, there is a physical therapy treatment available to help you reduce pain, gain strength and flexibility, and manage your independence.

Physiotherapy keeps you moving!

A Physical Therapy One physiotherapist can help you in:
  • Preventing and treating sports injuries
  • Restoring and increasing range of motion in joints
  • Increasing coordination
  • Designing 'user-friendly' or ergonomically-correct homes and workplaces
  • Returning successfully to work after an injury
  • Alleviating pain

Physiotherapy can help you ...
  • become stronger and more flexible
  • increase freedom of movement and mobility
  • breathe easier
  • reduce pain
  • stay active
  • prevent injury

... so you can resume activities important to you.

Physiotherapists:
  • treat and help prevent joint sprains, muscle strains, neck and back complaints
  • help restore function after fractures and surgery
  • provide rehabilitation following joint surgeries
  • help manage soft tissue injuries
  • help correct and prevent postural dysfunction and muscular imbalance
  • help manage arthritis

Treatment may involve special exercises, mobilization, manipulation, and stress management or relaxation techniques.

Physiotherapists can offer you:

  • Assessment of movement, strength, endurance and other physical abilities;
  • Assessment of the impact of an injury or disability on your physical functioning;
  • Assessment of physical preparation for work and sports;
  • Program planning and education to restore movement and reduce pain; and,
  • Individualized treatment of an injury or disability based on scientific knowledge, a thorough assessment of the condition, environmental factors and lifestyle

How does physiotherapy work?

physio_1Therapy treatment corrects or prevents skeletal damage and stimulates the function of muscles, nerves, joints, ligaments and blood supply. Treatments can include:

  • mobilization
  • manipulation
  • exercise prescription
  • muscle energy techniques
  • patient education


Physiotherapists are skilled in the management of back injuries. A physiotherapist will provide a comprehensive assessment of your back to determine the source of the problem, and to develop an individualized program to treat your symptoms. Depending upon the nature and severity of the back problem, the program may include:

  • A variety of manual therapy techniques such as mobilization or manipulation;
  • Exercises to mobilize or strengthen appropriate muscles;
  • Postural retraining and general conditioning;
  • Education in proper body mechanics and techniques to prevent recurrence of the back injury; and
  • Modalities such as TENS, ultrasound, heat or ice to reduce pain.


The human body is a complex system made up of hundreds of bones and joints as well as miles of muscle and ligament all working in balance. When accident or illness affects your body, your Physical Therapy One physiotherapist can restore mobility.

Physiotherapists treat the whole body. For low back pain, neck, knee and shoulder injuries, tendonitis or any other joint or muscle problems, a physiotherapist can help restore strength, comfort and activity.

Your Physiotherapist will explain the assessment process and results in detail then outline a proposed treatment plan to meet common goals. Treatment options may include but are not limited to:

Manual Therapy: Manual Therapy techniques are specialized hands-on skills consisting of joint mobilizations and manipulations as well as soft-tissue techniques designed to decrease pain, restore movement and improve function.


Mechanical and Electrical Modalities: Physiotherapists may use different modalities for pain relief, muscle spasm, inflammation and swelling, wound healing, increasing movement and strength. Examples of modalities include Hot and Cold Interventions, Mechanical Cervical and Lumbar Traction, Ultrasound, Transcutaneous Nerve Stimulation (TNS), Interferential Current (IFC), Muscle Stimulation (EMS), Acupuncture, Laser, Biofeedback, Iontophoresis and Paraffin Wax.

How are physiotherapists trained?

Physiotherapists are university-educated experts who can help you achieve your highest level of physical functioning (at any stage of life) by providing you with a personalized treatment plan based on your specific needs.

A physiotherapist is a graduate of a recognized university-based school of physiotherapy who is qualified to provide preventative, diagnostic and therapeutic services aimed at restoring function and preventing disability arising from disease, trauma or injury. Physiotherapists have a detailed understanding of how the body works, knowledge of disease, injury and the healing process and ability to distinguish what is normal from abnormal in posture, balance and movement and function.

In Canada today, a physiotherapist is a university graduate with a minimum of four years academic training plus clinical internships completed in recognized health care facilities across the world.

All practicing physiotherapists in Ontario are licensed to practice through provincial legislation. After graduation from a recognized school of physiotherapy or rehabilitation, the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario, the regulatory body of physiotherapists, requires that candidates pass the Physiotherapy National Examination.