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10 Reasons to Love Physiotherapy

Updated: Nov 29, 2021

We may be biased, but we LOVE physiotherapy! Playing a key role to enable our clients to improve their health and well-being is exciting, fulfilling and our passion. If you are not an athlete or you have never experienced a serious injury, visiting a physiotherapy clinic may not have entered your mind. However, from chronic pain relief to fall prevention, physiotherapy may be an option for you.

physiotherapist assessing a knee injury

Still not convinced? Consider our top 10 reasons to visit Advanced Physiotherapy:

  1. Pain Reduction – pain can manifest itself in many ways. Our goal is to get you back to normal mobility and work with you to reduce the chances of a recurring injury or condition.

  2. Improve Mobility – physical therapy can help if you are having trouble standing, walking or moving. Customized Stretching and strengthening exercises will help restore your ability to move.

  3. Pre and Post-Surgical Rehabilitation - we treat patients before and after orthopedic surgeries such as hip and knee joint replacement, arthroscopy or repair of broken bones.

  4. Injury prevention – we understand sports injuries and the associated risks. We will design appropriate exercise programs to keep you in the game.

  5. Fall Prevention – don’t be a fall risk! Using specific head, body and eye exercises, Vestibular Rehabilitation is a therapy we use to deal with dizziness and balance conditions.

  6. Manage Arthritis - Most people with arthritis will benefit from physiotherapy treatment sessions. Because arthritis affects everyone differently our physiotherapy session will be tailored to meet your individual needs based on your degree of pain, the amount of swelling and discomfort you are experiencing in your joints as well as the strength, flexibility and range of motion we note in both your healthy and arthritic joints.

  7. Manage Urinary Incontinence - Bladder control problems are seen in people of all ages. In many cases, urinary incontinence is caused by weakened pelvic floor muscles. Physiotherapy can help restore your pelvic health.

  8. Improve strength and conditioning - From improving athletic performance to preventing injuries and alleviating pain, muscle stability and strengthening are key.

  9. Improve Your Quality of Life – health and mobility issues can impact your quality of life. A well-directed physiotherapy program will guide you through the process of regaining the quality of movement your desire.

  10. We care! Our dedicated, professional physiotherapists have been serving the White Rock community since 2012.

Whether you are recovering from an injury, seeking chronic pain relief or simply striving to move better, our Advanced Physiotherapy team can help.


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