Physiotherapy in Scarborough, ON
Where can you get good quality physiotherapy in Scarborough, Ontario? Activa Clinics’s ultramodern Scarborough physiotherapy center of course. Our expert, professional, and effective physiotherapy services stand out from all other providers in four significant ways.
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Safe and Effective Therapeutic Service
All Activa Clinics's physiotherapists are CAPR-certified practitioners, with vast hands-on experience in mainstream and specialized therapeutic techniques, including: -
- IFC/TENS therapy
- Deep Tissue massage
- Laser therapy and myriad specialized therapies.
Furthermore, the staff at Activa's Scarborough facility use CAPR-approved and industry-compliant physiotherapy equipment. You are, thus, assured of safe, expert, and professional therapeutic services at Activa Clinics' ultramodern physiotherapy clinic in Scarborough.
Vast Range of therapeutic Benefits
Choosing Activa Clinics’ physiotherapy services in Scarborough avails you with several significant benefits.
Activa’s Scarborough clinic offers you customized physiotherapy programs that cater to every therapeutic aspect of your condition, i.e., joint mobility, pain management, tissue healing, etc.
Highly competent and experienced Activa physiotherapists at our Scarborough clinic administer a therapeutic treatment that’s effective in alleviating chronic pain/discomfort in a variety of conditions.
Activa’s expert CAPR physiotherapists provide you with a vast range of proven standard and mainstream therapeutic services, including deep tissue massage, TENS/, IFC, Ultrasound, etc.
What is Physiotherapy
Physiotherapy refers to therapeutic treatment whose prime objectives are the restoration, sustenance, and enhancement of movement and functionality of your musculoskeletal system, i.e., muscles, nerves, joints, and connective tissues.
As a specialized medical field, Physiotherapy splits further into two distinctive therapeutic disciplines:
- Occupational Physiotherapy
- Physical Physiotherapy
Occupational physiotherapy aims to help you perform everyday tasks competently despite the loss of mobility and functionality due to a chronic illness, congenital disorder, or physical injury. To succeed in providing you with holistic occupational therapy, your Activa Clinics CAPR-certified OT incorporates Mental Reinforcement, Physical Rehabilitation, and Environmental Habilitation strategies into your custom physiotherapy program.
Your holistic occupational therapy at Activa’s Scarborough clinic, therefore, helps you in three significant ways: –
- You come-to-terms with the short-term and long-term implications of functionality/mobility loss due to an injury, illness, or deformity.
- You progressively learn how to perform everyday tasks despite limited mobility or functionality.
- You develop and ultimately sustain a positive outlook towards life despite a partial/complete loss of mobility/functionality.
On the other hand, Physical therapy is primarily focused on effective resolution and alleviation of underlying biomechanical issues that cause your limited mobility/functionality. Your Activa Clinics CAPR-certified PT, therefore, administers physiotherapy that facilitates rapid healing/repair of damaged tissue while ensuring proper alignment of muscles, nerves, bones, joints, and connective tissue.
Note that your custom physiotherapy program may feature both Occupational and Physical therapies, i.e., Activa PTs who help you attain initial mobility/functionality, after which an OT then helps you learn how to live positively with your impairment.
Nature of physiotherapy
The nature of physiotherapy distinguishes it from other medical practices and procedures used in treating conditions and issues affecting the musculoskeletal system.The two distinctive qualities of physiotherapy are: –
Physiotherapy does not rely on prescription medication to ensure you attain enhanced mobility/functionality, experience decreasing levels of pain/discomfort, and successfully cope with your impairment.
Instead, Activa Clinics CAPR-certified therapists employ physical exercises, wearable supportive devices, and manual stimulation of muscles, nerves, tendons, and connective tissue, to provide all three benefits.
Other than Acupuncture, all other physiotherapy techniques do not require breaching the skin to avail you with essential therapeutic benefits.
Scope of physiotherapy
Physiotherapy, in general, is a medical approach whose scope encompasses four key aspects: –
- Hands-on Techniques
The vast array of Activa Clinics physiotherapy services feature hands-on/manual stimulation and manipulation of compromised/damaged muscles, nerves, joints, tendons/ligaments, and connective tissue.
Activa’s physiotherapy conditioning involves guided and DIY physical exercises that help align and strengthen musculoskeletal tissues, which alleviates pain and improves mobility/functionality.
- Soft tissue therapy
Soft tissue therapy at Activa Scarborough clinic features a CARP-certified OT/PT administering therapies that promote repair of various pliable tissues, including muscles, nerves, and ligaments.
In addition to the alleviating pain/discomfort and enhancing mobility, physiotherapy at Activa Clinics helps you to successfully adjust to living with a mobility/functionality impairment.
This last stage of physiotherapy involves an Activa OT helping you learn how to perform everyday tasks without aggravating the condition causing your physical impairment.
Use of equipment
Our ultramodern Scarborough clinic also features various state-of-the-art equipment that our competent therapists use in administering specialized services, which include: –
- Laser (laser therapy)
This therapeutic technique makes use of a focused beam of light to make deep flesh incisions and destroy damaged/harmful body tissue. Activa Clinics uses laser therapy to treat a variety of conditions affecting muscles, joints, nerves, and connective tissue.
This physiotherapeutic technique involves the use of sound vibrations to alleviate pain and promote healing of damaged tissue by increasing its blood supply. Consequently, Activa Clinics’ Ultrasound Therapy offers rapid recovery and lasting pain relief in a wide range of conditions, including Tendonitis, shin splints, elbow/wrist/leg fractures, post-surgery pain, etc.
- IFC (interferential current)
Otherwise known as TENS therapy, Activa Clinics IFC therapy involves the use of controlled electric impulses in the management of chronic/intermittent pain in muscles, nerves, tendons, connective tissues, and joints.
Benefits of Physiotherapy
You leap several benefits when you choose Activa Clinics Scarborough as your physiotherapy provider.
Highly experienced and competent CAPR-certified therapists create a custom physiotherapy program tailored to the specific needs of your condition.
Vast Array of Conditions Treated by Physiotherapy
Activa Clinics Scarborough provides you with comprehensive physiotherapy for a wide array of chronic and short-term conditions affecting mobility/functionality, including
○ Sprains and strains
○ Back or neck pain
○ Poor posture, and myriad others.
Book a physiotherapy appointment at Activa’s Scarborough Clinic today
Get physiotherapy at Activa Scarborough
The specifics of the custom physiotherapy that you get at Activa’s Scarborough clinic depends on the nature of your condition.
- Preventative Physiotherapy
Activa OT/PTs help you to avoid potential long term injuries/conditions by taking proactive steps to improve and boost the health of your muscles, nerves, joints, tendons, and connective tissue.
- Post-Operation/Injury Rehabilitation
Activa Clinics physiotherapy staff at our Scarborough clinic help you to progressively recovery from a physical injury or surgical procedure meant to restore mobility/functionality.
- Non-Operative therapy
You receive non-operative therapy at Activa Clinics Scarborough facility when your condition is due to a chronic illness like Arthritis or is congenital, e.g., deformity of the hands, legs, etc.
Schedule a physiotherapy appointment at Activa Scarborough Clinic
You can contact Activa’s Scarborough Clinic through our customer service phone number or email.
You can also fill out an online contact form with specifics of your condition to accelerate your Activa physiotherapy process, i.e., medical history and symptom review, condition diagnosis, and setting of your custom physiotherapy goals.
PRO TIP :
“The College of Physiotherapists of Ontario regulates physiotherapists (aka PTs) to ensure the ongoing improvement of the practice of physiotherapists and to serve the public interest.”
Choosing the Right Brace
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Cost and Coverage
Our team includes physiotherapists, kinesiologists, chiropractors, and more. They have a thorough understanding of biomechanics and how to keep you moving properly. By analyzing your issues and goals, they will help you find the best solution. To learn more about our functional braces and straps, give us a call or schedule a consultation today.
FAQs on getting physiotherapy in Scarborough, ON
Is physiotherapy the same as massage therapy?
Yes. Massage therapy is actually a component technique among several others that constitute the physiotherapy discipline. Other notable techniques include Acupuncture, TENS/electrotherapy, Ultrasound, etc.
Is physiotherapy a form of exercise?
Not exactly. While physical exercises are an integral part of physiotherapy, this medical field also encompasses various non-physical techniques such as acupuncture, ultrasound, deep tissue massage, thermotherapy, etc
Do I need physiotherapy even if I feel okay?
Not necessarily. However, you can leap body rejuvenation benefits with physiotherapy techniques like deep tissue massage and acupuncture, even when not affected by a mobility/functionality limiting condition.