We offer physiotherapy to clients in Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge
At Kitchener Rehabilitation Clinic, we provide physiotherapy to residents of Kitchener, ON and surrounding areas (Waterloo, Cambridge). We are dedicated to providing one-on-one care to our patients to get you back to your optimal level of activity following injuries or illness. Our team of professionals are fully-licensed and will create a personalized treatment plan for you.
How much does a physiotherapist charge in Ontario?
Our rates at Kitchener Rehabilitation Clinic are very competitive. Your initial physiotherapy consultation with treatment is $70.00 and subsequent treatments are $45.00.
What is physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy involves evaluating, diagnosing, and treating a range of diseases, disorders, and disabilities using physical means. Physiotherapy is a health profession considered within the realm of conventional medicine.
What should I expect with physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy begins with an assessment of the patient’s condition. This assessment includes a medical history review and a physical examination. Often, the medical history review is considered a subjective examination, while the physical exam is considered objective. Both elements are important to successfully examination and treatment of the patient. The assessment stage may involve diagnostic tests to better evaluate the condition of the patient and develop an effective treatment plan.
Treatment is guided by the findings of the assessment. Based on the unique needs of the patient, various physiotherapeutic treatment methods are employed. Such methods may include musculoskeletal, cardiopulmonary, and integumentary physiotherapy techniques.
How can physiotherapy help me?
Physiotherapy can help in a number of ways:
- it can address physical problems associated with back pain, arthritis, repetitive strain injury etc.
- it can attend to sports injuries and provide advice on prevention and recurrence
- it can treat neck and back pain and other joint injuries
- it can maximize your mobility if you have a neurological disorder such as stroke, spinal cord injury or Parkinson’s disease