About Our Service

Physical Rehabilitation

At AAA Wellness and Rehab Inc., we focus on helping individuals of all ages with physical problems caused by illness, accident, repetitive straining, or aging. Our physiotherapy team focuses on keeping the most up to date knowledge and treatment on various physical therapies.

We have a number of physiotherapy modalities (i.e. TENs, Ultrasound, Low Intensity Laser Therapy – LILT : Low Level Laser Therapy – LLLT, Traction, Hot packs, Hydrotherapy) available to patients to meet their unique, individual patient needs.

receive a personalized assessment when you choose our reputable physiotherapy treatments

our physiotherapy treatments

– Postural Retraining
– Exercise Prescription
– Cervical & Lumbar Traction
– Soft Tissue Massage & Myofascial Release
– Transcutaneous Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (TENS)
– Pinal & Peripheral Joint Mobilization
– Taping & Bracing

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Is physiotherapy painful?

Physiotherapy shouldn’t hurt and is completely safe. Physiotherapy often activates deep tissue, and it’s quite possible that there will be some soreness after a treatment session. Stretching and deep tissue work will often cause temporary soreness. It’s important to note that sometimes getting better requires some hard work.

Can I do the exercises on my own?

In most cases, your physiotherapist will give you exercises for you to do on your own in between your physiotherapy sessions. However, your physiotherapy sessions are important to assess your progress constantly. One of the most common mistakes people make is to refrain from doing their exercises because they either no longer have pain or see little improvement.

Do I need a doctor’s referral to book an appointment?

You do not need a doctor’s referral before seeing a physiotherapist. It is possible that your insurance company may require you to see a physician and obtain a referral before seeing a physio. However, in the majority of cases, people are free to book an appointment directly without a note from their doctor.

What are the most common problems physiotherapists treat?

Physiotherapists treat a wide variety of issues. Knee, back, shoulder and neck soreness remain the most common treatments that a physiotherapist will treat. Physiotherapists also work with stroke survivors, acquired brain injuries, post-operative orthopedic patients and sports injuries.

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For more information about our physiotherapy treatments please give us a call and we’ll be happy to assist you.