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Physiotherapy is an active rehabilitation approach to helping individuals restore motion, flexibility, and strength following injury, surgery or illness. Whether you are returning to your normal function or training for an elite sport, your physiotherapist will work with you to regain mobility, prevent re-injury, and ensure a safe return to activity.

Your physiotherapist will use a variety of evidence-based techniques including:

  • manual therapy
  • myofascial release
  • acupuncture
  • education on injury prevention
  • therapeutic exercise programs
  • bracing and taping

Physiotherapists treat individuals of all ages groups, from paediatric populations to geriatrics. Your therapist is trained in a wide variety of injuries and conditions including:

  • sprains and strains
  • fractures
  • sports-related injuries
  • chronic pain conditions
  • neurological conditions
  • concussion management
  • pre-operative and post-operative care
  • motor vehicle accidents
  • overuse injuries
  • arthritis
  • cardiorespiratory conditions
  • vestibular conditions (vertigo, BPPV)

What can I expect at Health Partners Professionals?

At Health Partners, we pride ourselves on one-on-one assessments and treatments with your physiotherapist. Sessions take place in private rooms to ensure your privacy and confidentiality. Treatments include both hands-on time as well as a personalized exercise program in our gym. A variety of treatment lengths are offered to ensure you have the time needed to achieve your optimal performance.

Health Partners aims to provide the highest quality of care by offering a multi-disciplinary approach to rehabilitation. Working closely with chiropractors, massage therapists, osteopaths, naturopaths and nutritionists, your therapist can ensure all your needs are being met.

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

Over time, the muscles of the pelvic floor may become weak or less supportive. Pelvic floor physiotherapy addresses the muscles that make up the pelvic floor by assessing for weakness or dysfunction and then strengthening these muscles.

Your pelvic floor Physiotherapist will conduct a thorough consultation and evaluation of the structures involved in the pelvic floor.

A plan of management to address any problem will be presented, and our Team of Pelvic Floor Physiotherapists can start you on your way to feeling yourself again.

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Health Partners is conveniently located at 100 Bell Farm Road, Barrie.
Call us at 705-730-1533 or follow the link to book your next appointment today!

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