Develop, maintain and restore maximum movement and functional ability throughout life. Physiotherapy deals with the assessment, treatment and management of musculoskeletal and neurological problems.
At Kick Physiotherapy, we treat repetitive strain injuries, overuse problems, traumatic injuries, athletic injuries, and all other orthopedic conditions. We also have a strong expertise in the field of pre- and post-surgery rehabilitation and conditioning. At Kick Physiotherapy & Sports Medicine Inc., it doesn't matter how you sustained your injury — our commitment is to get you back to your normal activities and/or sport as quickly as possible. Our experienced and elite-trained staff will assess your problem and design a treatment plan specific to your needs. We understand that your body is truly your most important piece of equipment. Therefore, we address your individual health and fitness needs, focusing on correcting the root cause of your injury and/or fitness deficiencies.
Your physiotherapy treatment will combine advanced soft tissue techniques, manual therapy, contemporary medical acupuncture, electrotherapeutic modalities, muscle biofeedback, functional retraining, sport specific conditioning and individualized exercise programming. This also includes providing services in circumstances where movement and function are threatened by aging, injury or disease. Physiotherapy is concerned with identifying and maximizing quality of life and movement potential within the areas of promotion, prevention, treatment/intervention and rehabilitation. This encompasses physical, psychological, emotional, and social well being. It involves the interaction between physical therapist, patient/client, other healthcare professionals, families and communities in a process where movement potential is assessed and goals are agreed upon, using knowledge and skills unique to physical therapists.
Physiotherapy has and will continue to make a significant difference to the lives of many people of all ages, backgrounds and fitness levels. It can be key to restoring and maintaining a healthy level of function by:
Reducing pain and inflammation
Promote breakdown of scar tissue of fibrotic adhesions
Improving joint (including spinal) range of movement and flexibility
Increasing functional strength and plyometric power
Designing rehabilitation programs for return to sport retraining
Improving balance, stability and proprioception
Pre and Post operative conditioning and rehabilitation
Treating chronic pain and neurologically related syndromes