Physiotherapists are university-trained health care professionals that focus on the prevention and treatment of pain and movement dysfunctions.

Pelvic Physiotherapy is a branch of physiotherapy conducted by physiotherapists who have completed advanced training in the assessment and treatment of pelvic floor dysfuction.

For years chiropractic care has revolved around the spine, typically being recognized as a provider of spinal manipulative therapy. However, there is a newer generation of thinking which utilizes many more modalities than just manipulation. Each different approach offers a new lens to view a problem and provides multiple ways of restoring and optimizing function.

Therapeutic massage is an effective way to enhance relaxation and a beneficial technique for pain relief and injury recovery.

Acupuncture involves the insertion of needles into specific points along energy pathways (meridians) to affect the body's energy flow, or over anatomical landmarks.

Osteopathy approaches anatomy, physiology, pathology, and biomechanics as interrelated throughout the many systems of the body.

Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT) is a non-surgical technique developed in Europe for the treatment of localized musculoskeletal pain.

Intramuscular stimulation (IMS) use a fine, flexible needle to treat peripheral nerve dysfunction, which causes pain and altered function.

A foot orthotic is a medical device that fits discreetly in your shoe to support, align, and accomodate your foot.

Orthopaedic Surgery is a branch of surgery concerned with conditions involving the musculoskeletal system.

With proper diagnosis and fitting, orthopaedic bracing can provide the support and stability needed during the healing process and help prevent further injury or re-injury.