Best Physiotherapy Brampton

Our Brampton Physiotherapists are highly educated licensed health care professionals with in-depth knowledge of the body and how it works. With the use of specialised hands-on clinical skills, they focus on reducing your pain and improving your overall mobility. 

Each client is examined, and a fitness/wellness-oriented program is created for him or her with the goal of improving movement, reducing pain, restoring function and preventing disability. Our physiotherapists will incorporate a combination of the following techniques in order to create a perfect treatment program for your special needs.

  1. Manual therapy: Joint mobilization techniques, muscle energy techniques, active release therapy, soft tissue and fascia mobilization, trigger point release and proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation are the hands-on techniques used to improve fascia, muscle, and joint length and enhance the overall range of motion.
  2. Electrotherapy: muscle stimulation techniques to improve function, manage pain and inflammation.
  3. Therapeutic treatments: Ultrasound, and cryotherapy.
  4. Functional training including but not limited to TRX, weight training, agility training,  balance training, etc.

Common Conditions Treated:

  • Sport injury
  • Dysfunction from work related and motor vehicle injuries
  • Sprain/strain of neck, upper & lower back, shoulder, elbow, hip, knee and ankle
  • Rotator cuff injuries, frozen shoulder
  • Hip impingement
  • Fibromialgia
  • Arthritis
  • Post surgical
  • Pregnancy symptoms such as lower back pain, pelvic pain and discomfort
  • Tendinitis,  plantar fasciitis, heel spurs

Chiropractor Services in Brampton

Our Chiropractors in Brampton are highly-educated, licensed health care providers that focus on the health of spine, muscle, joint and injury. This form of care helps reduce pain and optimize the function of the nervous system, which in turn affects the way your whole body functions. The focus of this type of treatment is on normalizing your movements, maintaining the optimal health of your joints, muscles and nerves. Our chiropractors use the combination of the following techniques to help you return to normal function, manipulation of the spine and other joints, stretches, active releases, rehabilitative exercises and advice on lifestyle and nutrition.

Common conditions treated:

  • Back pain, herniated discs
  • Whiplash
  • Neck pain
  • Joint problems 
  • migraines
  • Pain and ache after motor vehicle accident
  • Sprain/strain
  • Thoracic outlet syndrome
  • Sports-related injuries

Massage Therapy in Brampton

Massage Therapy is the assessment and hands-on manipulation of soft tissue of the body, which includes muscles, connective tissues, tendons, ligaments and joints, to prevent physical dysfunction and enhance a one’s health and well-being.

Massage therapy is a healing form of treatment with tremendous benefits as it improves the health of the muscular, nervous and circulatory systems.  Some of the benefits of massage therapy are: alleviating stress, encouraging relaxation, improving posture and circulation, relaxing tense muscles, enhancing flexibility, etc.  

Our skilled massage therapists are trained to identify the root cause of discomfort, and treating the problem from its place of origin.

Common Conditions Treated:

  • Sport-related injuries
  • pre/post surgical rehabilitation
  • Chronic muscle tension due to poor posture/stress
  • Neck, lower back and leg pain
  • Pain and discomfort following a motor vehicle accident
  • Injuries associated with falls
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Tendonitis
  • Fibromyalgia

Hydrotherapy / Aquatic Therapy in Brampton

Hydrotherapy is physiotherapy treatment in water! The biggest focus of the treatment sessions are strengthening weak muscles, to help reduce pain and improve function. Hydrotherapy is proven to improve one’s overall strength and mobility with minimal impact on the body. Due to the buoyancy of water, there is less impact on the bones and the joints thus one can strengthen his/her muscles without putting pressure on the weight bearing joints such as the hips, knees and the lumbar spine. Now the viscosity of the water creates tension, improving muscle strength with the least pressure on joints of the body. This is why most clients with OA of ankles, knees and hips are great candidates for hydrotherapy.

Another aspect of hydrotherapy relies on working with floatation devices (noodles) to help decompress/distract joints and ligaments. This is an ideal form of treatment for those with chronic lower back pain, hip impingement, and lower back symptoms pre and post pregnancy. Specific maneuvers and mobilizations can be applied to the client as they float in water by the therapist e.i. Posterior anterior mobilizations to lumbar spine, Mackenzie preferred directional movements, stretches to deepest muscles of the spine with minimal force applied to the joints.

Hydrotherapy is also an ideal form of treatment for those suffering fromfibromialgia and chronic pain as it helps reduce discomfort during movement.   

Common Conditions Treated: 

  • Osteoarthritis
  • Complex regional pain syndrome
  • Neurological conditions
  • Post fracture
  • Post surgical
  •  Weight loss
  • Scoliosis

Functional Dry Needling / Acupuncture Brampton

Functional dry needling this is a technique used by physiotherapists to treat myofascial pain. In this form of treatment, an acupuncture-like needle (without any medication or injection) is inserted through the skin into areas of muscle that are dysfunctional due to the tightness of muscle or existence of trigger points. The goal of this treatment is to reset the connection between brain and tight muscle in order to improve muscle length and its ability to contract. Unlike acupuncture, dry needling is not based on Chinese medicine, but is part of the modern Western medicine principles and supported by research. For more information refer to Kinetacore website.

Common Conditions Treated: 

  • Chronic neck pain
  • Chronic lower back pain
  • Sciatica and piriformis syndrome
  • Tennis and golfer’s elbow
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Tendinitis
  • Tension headaches