Proremedy Physiotherapy

At Proremedy Physiotherapy, we aim to serve you with the best care possible. We provide one-on-one assessment and treatment sessions with our expert registered physiotherapists and chiropractors in a private room. No assistants and no double booking. Patients are our number one priority. This motto ensures that the treatment is more personalized

which results in faster recovery and greater value. The most effective treatment will be picked for you with careful consideration and a collaborative effort. We believe in a collective, holistic approach to rehabilitation. We also strike a balance between judiciously constructed manual treatments and active therapy.

Conditions We Treat

Physiotherapy

Athletic Injuries

Ankle Sprain

Bursitis

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Chronic Pain

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Pain that has been present for some time and continues to persist. It could be back pain, neck pain, chronic headaches, pain from an old injury, or inflammatory chronic pain like arthritis- Osteoarthritis or Rheumatoid Arthritis, various pain syndrome like Fibromyalgia, etc. It could also just be mechanical pain because of your work or poor posture.

Frozen Shoulder

Herniated Disc

Heel Pain

Headaches

Ligament Sprains

Muscle Sprains and Strains

Osteoporosis

Poor Posture

Post Surgical Rehabilitation

Rotator Cuff

Sciatica

Tendinitis

Tailbone Pain

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Coccydynia or pain in coccyx due to extended periods of sitting.

TMJ Dysfunction

Tennis Elbow or Golfer Elbow

Whiplash or Neck Pain

Chiropractic Care

Athletic performance

Bursitis

Carpal Tunnel

Car accident related injuries

Herniated disc/bulged disc

Hip pain

Knee pain

Low back pain

Migraines

Muscle sprain/strain

Neck pain

Pinched nerves

Pregnancy related back pain

Shoulder pain

Strained ligaments

Tendonitis

Tension headaches

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

Abdominal Muscle Separation

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Rectus Diastasis is a separation of an abdominal muscle that may cause low back pain, weak core, and even prolapse.

Dyspareunia

Low Back Pain

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Associated with pregnancy or persisting after giving birth.

Pre and Post Natal

Pelvic Pain Physiotherapy

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

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  • Vulvodynia :Pain at vulvar superficial tissue
  • Vestibulodynia : Pain at the vaginal entrance
  • Clitordynia : Pain at clitoris 
  • Pubic Symphysis Pain and Dysfunction : Pain in the pubic area felt constantly while standing, walking, moving in and out of a chair or bed, mostly occurs in pregnancy.
  • Endometriosis : Growth of endometrial tissue outside of the uterus resulting in pain in the abdomen or pelvic region.
  • Dysmenorrhea : Pain during or before periods

Tailbone Pain

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Coccydynia or pain in coccyx due to extended periods of sitting.

Urinary Incontinence

Vaginismus

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Inability to have any penetration in the vagina. A feeling of closed vaginal muscles.

MVA

Whiplash

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Whiplash Associated Disorder is the most commonly occuring injury after a car accident. When a car stops suddenly or gets hit, the head and neck move rapidly forward and backward, oftentimes hitting the back of the car seat. This movement can injure muscles, tendons, soft tissue and also cause neurological signs. Depending on the severity of the whiplash, it can take weeks or months to heal.

Symptoms for Whiplash may include but are not limited to neck pain, stiffness, loss of range of motion, headaches, vision changes. Sometimes it may take a few days for symptoms to set in. X-Ray, CT Scan or an MRI may be useful to diagnose the severity of the condition.

Blunt Trauma

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Blunt Trauma most commonly occurs to the knees or shoulders of a car driver or passenger. Blunt force can cause knee cap injuries as well as injuries to ligaments of the knee. There may be bruising and swelling to the area of trauma. It is best to get an evaluation done by a professional. Physiotherapists are commonly the first ones to see a patient after a minor car accident. It is recommended to go to a hospital for a detailed evaluation after a major car accident.

Concussion

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Depending upon how severe the accident is and if the head has a direct trauma to it, patients should also look out for symptoms of a concussion which include headaches, confusion, lethargy, blurred vision, etc. In this case as well, patients will need to get some diagnostic tests to confirm the severity of injury and diagnose concussion. At Proremedy Physiotherapy, we have experts who help you diagnose concussions and formulate a treatment plan for it.

Traumatic Brain Injury

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Symptoms from a traumatic brain injury can range from mild symptoms like confusion and headaches to severe symptoms like bleeding, tissue damage and swelling. If left untreated, A traumatic brain injury can result in long term problems with brain function.

Low Back Pain and Injury

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Although low back injuries are not life threatening, they can be very painful. Sudden strong forces during a car crash may cause trauma to the lower back and the spine resulting in musculoskeletal symptoms like back muscle spasm or neurological symptoms like shooting pain into the lower extremity. There may also be herniated discs due to trauma. Symptoms would include sharp pain into the leg, may have weakness, leaning to one side, pain in the lower back.

Custom Orthotics

Deep vein thrombosis

Chronic Venous Insufficiency

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Any injury that has resulted from playing sports? Physiotherapy can help you recover from these injuries. It helps in overall strengthening and focusing on your individual needs. It not only helps you get back to your favorite sport but also prevents any further damage.

Edema

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Some issues like ligament tears, total knee, and hip replacements, tendon repairs, nerve release procedures, rotator cuff tears, etc. may warrant surgery or an operative consult. Our physiotherapists will help you strengthen and prepare for surgery. You can speed up your recovery and be aware of your journey to rehabilitation. In cases of fractures where immobilization or fixation with screws and plates is done, Physiotherapy is key to achieving full range of motion and muscle strength after periods of inactivity. In certain cases, it has also proven Physiotherapy negates the need for surgery by working on your issues with the help of conservative treatment.

Lymphedema

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All musculoskeletal issues including but not limited to a neck sprain, knee strain, pulled back, tennis elbow, golfers elbow, dequervains syndrome, shoulder and rotator cuff tendinitis, plantar fasciitis, achilles pain, shin splints, patello-femoral pain syndrome, ligament strains and meniscal issues, bursitis, etc.