Our team at Proremedy Physio is here to help you with your physiotherapy treatment.
What is Physiotherapy?
Proremedy Physiotherapy promotes the healing process by using a variety of methods to improve mobility, relieve pain and discomfort, and also increase strength and function. Physiotherapy is effective for treating a wide range of conditions, including sports injuries, back and neck pain, arthritis, and joint replacements.
Why Should You Get Physiotherapy?
Anyone can benefit from physiotherapy and not just people who are injured. It can improve your quality of life by helping you to stay active and mobile. If you are considering Physiotherapy, here are some reasons why it may be a good choice for you:
- Recovering from an injury
- Want to stay active and mobile
- To manage pain or discomfort
- Improving strength and function
- Preparing for post-surgery
- During pregnancy or after giving birth
- Improving body balance and coordination
- Preventing sports injury of an athlete
Physiotherapy can help you achieve your goals, whether you are an elite athlete or a senior citizen. It is a safe and effective way to manage pain and discomfort, improve mobility, and get back to doing the things you love.
What Conditions Can Be Treated Through Physiotherapy?
Many conditions can be treated with physiotherapy. Some of the most common include:
- Sports Injuries
- Back and neck pain
- Joint Replacements
- Pregnancy and Post-partum issues
- Balance and coordination problems
- Cancer Rehabilitation
- Falls Prevention
- Rotator Cuff Injury
- Shoulder Pain
- Spinal cord injury
- Stroke Rehabilitation
- Shin Splints
- Tennis Elbow
- TMJ Dysfunction
How Does Physiotherapy Treatment Work?
At Proremedy, we believe that everyone is unique and deserves individualised care. Our physiotherapists will work with you to develop a treatment plan that meets your specific needs.
We use a combination of techniques, including exercises, manipulation, massage, and electrical stimulation to help you recover from illness or injury. We also provide instructions on how to prevent future problems.
What happens in a Physiotherapy Session?
- A typical session at Proremedy will begin with a consultation with one of our physiotherapists. They will ask about your symptoms and medical history and perform a physical examination.
- From there, our therapists will develop a treatment plan tailored specifically for you. The treatment plan may include a combination of exercises, massage, manipulation, and electrical stimulation.
- You will be given thorough instructions on performing these exercises. Our physiotherapists will also recommend a healthy lifestyle as per your health conditions that will help you to stay active.
How Often Do I Need To See A Physiotherapist?
The frequency of your visits depends on your individual needs. Your physiotherapist will develop a treatment plan that meets your specific needs and goals. You may need to see a physiotherapist once a week, or twice a month. We will work with you to find the best frequency for you.
Is Physiotherapy Covered By Insurance?
Many insurance plans cover Physiotherapy. Please check with your extended health insurance provider to see if you are eligible for coverage. We bill directly for all leading insurance companies.
Are There Any Risks Associated With Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy is a safe and effective treatment. However, there may be some risks associated with certain treatments, such as electrical stimulation. Your physiotherapist will discuss any risks associated with your treatment plan and will take steps to minimize the potential risks.
What Should I Do After My Treatments?
It is important to follow the instructions given to you by our physiotherapist. This will help you get the most out of your treatments and improve your prognosis. You may also be given lifestyle changes to help you stay healthy and active. It is important to stick to these changes to ensure optimal results.
Get The Best Physiotherapy In Mississauga
Proremedy physiotherapy is Mississauga’s leading provider of physiotherapy, chiropractic care, and sports injury rehabilitation. We offer a variety of treatment options to meet your specific needs, including massage, manipulation, instructions electrical stimulation, manual therapy, active release therapy, etc. we have state-of-the-art equipment like Laser Therapy and Shockwave Therapy.
Our registered therapists also provide you with instructions on how to prevent future problems after each session. If you are looking forward to getting Physiotherapy then contact us today to book an appointment.
We would be more than happy to help you get rid of your pain.
Conditions We Treat
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
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
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
Some Common Questions
Can I Get Physiotherapy If I Am Pregnant?
Yes, pregnant women can benefit from physiotherapy. In fact, it is often recommended to help prepare for labour and post-birth recovery. Physiotherapy can help prepare the body for labour. Our physiotherapists are experienced in treating pregnant women and can provide a tailored treatment plan to meet your needs.
Can Children Get Physiotherapy?
Yes, children can benefit from physiotherapy. In fact, early intervention is often the best way to treat childhood conditions. We have physiotherapists who are experienced in working with children and will develop a treatment plan that is safe and effective for your child.
Can I Continue My Treatment At Home?
Yes, many of our treatments can be performed at home. Your physiotherapist will provide you with instructions on how to perform these treatments safely and effectively. You may also be given exercises to do at home.
What is the Duration of each session?
Each session lasts for about 30 – 60 minutes. However, the duration may vary depending on your individual needs.