Care for all, not just for athletes.
When most people think about physiotherapy and its services they automatically think of athletes and post surgical rehabilitation. However, that is NOT the case; physiotherapists in Canada can help ALL people, regardless of their age and can help with a wide variety of health conditions. Whether you need assistance to be able to move better, recover from an injury, or just want to be able to knock down the barrier(s) keeping you from achieving your goal, physiotherapy can help.
Generally speaking, physiotherapists can help prevent an injury from developing and prevent re-injury or pain from developing into a chronic condition. It is our job as physiotherapists to hep YOU understand the pain you’re experiencing and how to manage it.
Physiotherapy can help people of all ages with medical conditions, illnesses or injuries that limit their regular ability to move and function. Here are some ways that physiotherapy could benefit you –
- Recover from injury or trauma
- Decrease or eliminate pain
- Improve mobility and movement
- Avoid surgery
- Pre- and Post-surgery
- Sports injury or injury prevention
- Recover from Stroke or paralysis
- Improve balance
- Falls prevention
- Manage age related issues
- Motor Vehicle Accidents (MVA)
To recap, anyone from any walk of life, from babies to athletes to seniors, can benefit from physiotherapy services. If you or someone you know has experienced anything from sprains, strains and surgery to a MVA or just want to become more physically active, physiotherapy can help. Seeking a solution to your pain is important; in most cases, the longer a problem exists the more complicated it becomes.
For more information or to book an appointment call 705-380-3312 or visit the website . Surge Physiotherapy is located at 33 King William Street, Suite 204, in Huntsville. Office hours are flexible with evening appointments available (3x/week). Email – email@example.com
Stephanie is a bilingual, Registered Physiotherapist with the College of Physiotherapist of Ontario and the Canadian Physiotherapy Association who is committed to providing a hands on, personalized approach to physiotherapy.
Stephanie, a native to the Huntsville community, developed a passion for health and wellness during her youth while competing in cross-country running, nordic skiing, and track and field. Stephanie has always had a strong caring nature and fell in love with the physiotherapy profession while volunteering at a physiotherapy clinic during high school and university.
Stephanie continued to build on her passion for health care by attending McGill University and completing her Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology. During her Masters in Health Science of Physiotherapy, completed at the University of Ottawa, she completed internships in orthopaedic clinics, hospitals, home care, and neurology centres.