In-Home Rehab Services

Can’t make it to the clinic because of mobility issues? We offer In-Home Rehab Programs that will help you recover from injuries or surgery in the comfort of your own home. This can be a great help in the recovery process, as studies show that patients recover faster when they’re healing at home. These services can also be especially beneficial to aging patients who can’t make it to the clinic on their own but want to maintain their independence. 

Of course, that’s not surprising. When you’re in a familiar setting and near your loved ones, you’re more comfortable and less stressed, which means you can focus entirely on your healing process.

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We provide personalized care. This means that our In-Home Rehab Programs are tailored to your specific circumstances. We will take into account your personal, medical, financial, and emotional needs before we design or decide on a treatment for you.

In-home rehab care can also address the accessibility issues of your home. When you’re dealing with reduced mobility during your recovery, you may not be able to perform your regular tasks such as climbing stairs or using a shower. Our health care providers can help address those issues, identify what tasks might be problematic for you, and provide solutions on how to perform them safely.

In-home rehab can involve your loved ones in the healing process. That’s because our rehabilitation services often involve an educational aspect. For example, physical therapy can include teaching you specific beneficial exercises and stretches that will aid your recovery. When you get treated at home, the people around you can benefit from that education and can participate in the journey to help you heal. 

Treatments we offer

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Medical Assessments

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Active Rehabilitation

Our healthcare professionals can provide the same level of care in your home that you’d expect in a more traditional medical setting. As an alternative to inpatient care in a hospital setting, in-home rehabilitation is much more affordable. And when you’re in recovery and dealing with mobility problems, in-home services make getting treatment a lot easier.

Cost and Coverage

Whatever the reason you need rehabilitation services, we can help. Whether you’ve been in an accident or are recovering from surgery, we will get you on the path to full health and wellness.

Our In-Home Rehab Programs offer a solution if you’re facing mobility problems or if you’re just looking for a more convenient and comfortable way to recover. Let us aid in your recovery. Give us a call today to learn more about our in-home services.

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Visit one of our conveniently located clinics that serve communities in and around Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton, Hamilton, Scarborough, or Kitchener.


We want to keep all our patients safe and healthy amid the COVID-19 pandemic. But we also fully understand that there are patients that require essential rehabilitation services even while on lockdown. We can continue to provide in-home rehab services, but only after careful consideration of the risks involved, not only to patients but also to the physiotherapists.

Safety remains our top priority for patients. As part of our in-home rehab services, we will do a home safety assessment. The purpose of the assessment is to make sure that our therapists can provide treatment at your home safely. Additionally, the evaluation can help you take measures to prevent falls from happening inside your house.

Yes, if they would be willing to. One advantage of in-home rehab services is that it allows family members or even friends and neighbors to play a role in your healing and recovery. While it is true that they may not be directly involved in the physiotherapy itself, they can assist in the pre-session preparations, completing the home exercises, and providing encouragement and support.