Physiotherapy for Injury Prevention

Physiotherapists are university-trained licensed health care professionals who work in a wide variety of settings treating people of all ages with a broad range of physical conditions. Many people seek treatment by a physiotherapist after an injury or following the diagnosis of a physical condition such as fibromyalgia, MS or osteoarthritis.

Did you know that physiotherapists also promote health by maximizing physical function and educating individuals on injury prevention and wellness? Muscle imbalances, inactivity and poor posture are just a few things that can contribute to pain, injury and disability. Physiotherapists understand movement and are trained to perform assessment and diagnostic procedures. They may be able to identify a joint dysfunction, soft tissue restriction and other impairments before symptoms (like pain) appear. Pain is not the only reason to seek physiotherapy. Therapists work with clients to achieve their individual goals; whether the goal is to return to running, improve posture or to increase mobility to improve your golf swing. Physiotherapists are here to help you function at your best! Make physiotherapy a regular part of your health care plan to not only help manage pain and injury but to maximize function and help prevent disease and injury.

Kelly Whitman - AUG 20-54Revive Physiotherapy + Pilates offers one-on-one physiotherapy as part of a multidisciplinary health care team. Fascial Stretch Therapy and Physio-Pilates are a few of the services we offer as part of our physiotherapy wellness program to help improve the physical health of our community. Contact Revive today to find out more about we can help you feel and perform at your best.