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Ashern, Manitoba

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Ashern, Manitoba

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A direct, honest approach to treatment that takes your primary goals into consideration. A full, detailed biomechanical and functional assessment is completed where time is always taken to ensure you fully understand your injury and the direction that needs to be taken to move forward. We then work together to get you back to your goals.

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Because I am awezome

30 December 2018

Life changing experience! Extremely knowledgeable, Friendly, caring and understanding. Game changer. I highly recommend.

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This is a hands on approach to mobilize or manipulate joints, which physiotherapists are highly trained in post-graduate education. This technique has been proven to be extremely effective in alleviating dysfunctions.

Performing a task repetitively and consistently for a period of time can result in pain, limited mobility, and limited function on bones, joints, muscles and ligaments.

Associated with pain being present for more than 3 to 6 months. Physiotherapists are highly trained to take all present health conditions into consideration when treating chronic pain to affectively and safely address the route of your pain and dysfunction.

There are many different types of arthritis that can affect the joints in varying ways, with the most common issues being stiff, achey joints associated with inflammation and joint warmth. Your physiotherapist can help assess.

Common foot injuries and pathology include Achilles tendonitis, plantars fasciitis, and heel spurs. An assessment of the whole body is taken into consideration to provide you with a bigger picture.

Physiotherapists are trained to identify factors that may make an individual at risk for decreased bone density and osteoporosis. We work together to provide a lifestyle program included activity modification, education, and home exercise program to ensure the healthiest and safest life for you!

When appropriate, orthotics can be an excellent addition to footwear to help address lower leg and foot problems. A detailed walking assessment and biomechanical analysis of your entire lower extremity will be conducted, and a plaster mold of your foot will be taken. We work with Paris Orthotics based out of Vancouver who fashion the mold into a custom orthotic.

For the aging population, seemingly insignificant trips and missteps can lead to catastrophic injuries. We are able to screen for risks of falls and can provide direction in terms of exercise, lifestyle modification, footwear, and walking aids to ensure you are safe from risk of falls!

Those uncomfortable tingles, burning, shooting pain, and numbness can often be linked to an orthopaedic dysfunction that physiotherapy can help restore through manual therapy, soft tissue work, and home exercise program.

There is very limited access to fitness facilities and this is taken into consideration to ensure rehabilitation exercises are relatable and realistic to perform in your home environment.

Pre/post surgical rehabilitation, Return to work programs, Worker’s Compensation Board of Manitoba (WCB) claims, and Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) claims.