Why are you waiting 55+ days for physiotherapy? I have over 30 years experience in ‘spinal therapy’ and I can see you the next business day…
Depending on the stage of your condition;
ice packs, massage, simple stretching may not be enough to change your pain; I can provide specific exercises and ergonomic, functional changes you can put to work immediately to get you back to your chosen activity. Functional, specific exercises, relative to your sport or work, or everyday life are more effective than that dr. Google plan.
DO YOU HAVE numbness, tingling, pins & needles into the back part of your leg? or to the front? (femoral nerve pain) or even into the groin (sacral nerve pain) …all can be the result of back injury; don’t know? get an x-ray first.
I will analyze your functional positions: how you sit, stand, walk, bend… to assess your biomechanics and apply appropriate treatment to reduce your pain.
Functional exercise progression will form the basis of your program; you tell me the action goal, you get there in max 12 weeks.
I am located Downtown; but your first parking fee will be covered in the Parkade at 35 Albert Street.
I can probably see you tomorrow, or at least the next business day; quick, easy access to pain-free movement.
I direct bill to most insurance/benefit plans, with NO fee to process.
If you’re ready, call 204- 9 4 3 8 4 1 1… for this week availability,
OR IN YOUR INQUIRY; GIVE ME YOUR TIME AND DATE PREFERENCE FOR EASY SCHEDULING
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