We’re Here To Help Manage Your Pain & Limitations
Using our extensive experience and up-to-date knowledge, this includes:
- Taking time to talk with you to learn about and understand your unique situation.
- A thorough evaluation of your area of pain, as well as identifying underlying causes and contributing factors.
- Teaching you about your injury and answering any questions you may have.
- A combination of pain-management strategies, hands-on treatments, specific movements and exercises to help you feel better – and stay better.
Schedule an Appointment With a Physiotherapist
Neck And Back Pain
Our physiotherapists have been advancing their skills during our shutdown and are keen to help you get out of pain and on the road to feeling your best. With the use of PPE, ample disinfection practices, screening and more, we can get back to using our hand-on skills while keeping you safe.
Two of the most common types of pain: neck and back pain, affect a large percentage of the population.
Physiotherapy can help ease this stiffness, tension, and pain with hands-on techniques, while teaching you self-help strategies and exercises to manage your symptoms and prevent recurrence.
Nagging Aches & Pains
Our bodies are amazingly resilient, but sometimes they need some extra care. Pain is one way our bodies tell us to stop and pay attention.
At Thrive Therapy our therapists take the time to explore the root causes of your pain and use a combination of strategies to address it. We then teach you how you can make small changes to your daily life to prevent recurrence.
Chronic Pain & Arthritis
If chronic pain and stiffness are slowing you down and making it hard for you to do your usual activities, we can help. The Thrive Therapy team is highly skilled at treating persistent pain.
Using a combination of a combination of pain-management strategies, hands-on treatments, specific movements and exercises, we will work with you to get you feeling better, moving better, and staying better.
These frequently happen when the physical demands of a sport become too much for the body. Looking at things like overall health, training, specific movements, strength and mobility, we can target the missing links contributing to breakdown and injury.
We will then work with you to develop a customized treatment plan to address these factors. As you progress, you will learn strategies you can use to prevent your injury from recurring.
Here are answers to some of the commonly asked physiotherapy questions we get asked.
Your first visit to Thrive Therapy will be booked as an assessment; your physiotherapist will spend approximately an hour with you. They will begin by asking you specific questions to get a complete picture of your condition, current symptoms and past history.
Next, your physiotherapist will take you through a movement assessment, examining both your area of pain, as well as identifying underlying causes and contributing factors.
This will be followed by education about your condition and discussion of your treatment options. Your physiotherapist will then provide you with one or more of the following: hands-on therapy, specific exercises, and pain-relieving tips and tricks.
All initial appointments are one hour and follow-up appointments will be approximately 45 minutes.
Please note, that in the time of COVID-19, in order to allow for proper social distancing, we will not be using our waiting room. Please see the “What To Expect” page(link here) for more information.
Many clinics will require you to arrive 10 to 15 minutes ahead of time to fill out paperwork. Since our clinic is paperless, an electronic form will be sent to you upon booking your first appointment, so you will not need to arrive early for your session.
Comfortable, loose clothing is best. Your therapist will be completing a thorough examination, and may need to examine areas beyond the site of your pain. We have gowns and shorts for you to borrow, or you are welcome to bring your own shorts or loose tank top.
No. You do not need a doctor’s prescription to access our services; however, some insurance companies may need a referral for reimbursement. Please contact your insurance company to determine if you need a doctor’s referral to access your physiotherapy benefits.