Best Physiotherapy In Mississauga

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.

Sports Injuries and Prevention

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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.

Pre and Post Operative Rehab

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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.

Musculoskeletal Injuries

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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.

Dynamic and Kinisio Taping

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Using K tape to help increase proprioceptive feedback and bracing. Used as an effective way to reduce pain, swelling, and stiffness while promoting mobility and safe movements, especially when back to playing sports.

Laser Treatment

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State of the art, newest technology laser treatment which is evidence-based and proven to reduce inflammation and promote healing in tissues. Even safe to use on recent fractures.


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Using electrical modalities like Ultrasound, interferential current therapy, heating pads, and ice packs to relieve pain and inflammation and to increase the circulation to the areas of injury.

Neurological Conditions

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Movement problems resulting from stroke, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis. Peripheral nerve issues, sciatic pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, unexplained numbness and tingling in hands, feet, etc.

Low Back Pain Physiotherapy

Knee Pain Physiotherapy

Shoulder Pain Physiotherapy

Hip Pain Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy for Arthritis

Physiotherapy for Tendinitis

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

Urinary Incontinence

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

Low Back Pain

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Associated with pregnancy or persisting after giving birth.

Tailbone Pain

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


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


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Pain with intercourse.

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.

We deal with MVA, WSIB, EHC, and Private Patients


Custom Orthotics

For foot pain, heel pain, plantar fasciitis, knee pain, shin splints or any other lower extremity problem that your therapist believes can be solved with a pair of custom-made orthotics. These insoles will be made specifically for you. The physiotherapist will measure your foot. Then take a scan or a mold of the sole of your foot to order these insoles tailored to your foot.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I prepare for a physio appointment?
Whilst preparing yourself for your physio appointment, make sure you write down your symptoms so you don’t forget to mention anything. If there are any investigations or diagnostic reports from a specialist, it is best to bring a copy with you. Be clear on what your goals are from this treatment. Write down your questions so you don’t miss out on anything and can use the time to your maximum advantage.
Do seniors pay for physiotherapy in Mississauga?
We at Proremedy Physiotherapy cover physiotherapy for not only seniors but also for students and some other patients as well to help patients recover from illness, surgery or injury, etc.
How long does a physio appointment last?
Usually, physio sessions last between 30 minutes to an hour, but this depends on the situation. The first appointment can usually be longer because time can be taken to take a patient’s medical history.
What is the cost for Physiotherapy in Mississauga Ontario?
Fees for your appointment will depend on if you’re seeing the physiotherapist for pelvic floor Physiotherapy or for other conditions like any muscle or bone health issue. Initial assessment and treatment are longer appointments and cost more. Discounted rates are provided for seniors and students. Call our experts for more details and to find out if you qualify for any rebates.
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