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Movement is Medicine •  Injury Rehabilitation

Justin Physiotherapy FAQ

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​What do you do as a Physiotherapist? 

I have a strong belief that a hands-on approach (manual therapy) is the best approach for assessment and treatment. Together, we will work 1-on-1 to set goals and aim to achieve them. Exercise prescription will also be a part of your treatment as it is an important part of rehab. Performing stretches and strengthening exercises between visits helps you improve even when you aren't at the clinic.

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Manual therapy is the use of hands-on techniques for treatment. This includes soft tissue and joint mobilization. It has been ingrained in me that hands are the best tools. Through treatment, I continue to assess muscles and joints that you can't do if you were to use other types of therapies; such as electrotherapy and ultrasound.

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I practice a technique called FDN (Functional dry needling) or IMS (intramuscular stimulation). I believe there are some significant benefits to dry needling such as immediate increases in range of motion, reduction of pain, and improved function. 
 

There has been success in using FDN to help improve injuries such as headaches, sciatica, low back pain, and neck pain.

 

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What kind of clients do you work with? 

I work with a variety of people and injuries such as sport injuries, car accidents, work-related injuries, conditions related to office work, and arthritis. Common sports injuries that I treat are cases that have to do with joints such as ankles, knees, hips, as well as shoulders.

Do I need a doctor's referral to attend Physiotherapy?

No, you don't require a doctors note to see a physiotherapist. But some third party insurance companies request a note in order to direct bill a visit. It would be best to check with your insurance provider if that is the case for your plan.

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Parking at PT Health

We are located on the 6th floor unit 601. Parking is free provided you check in with your license plate info before your appointment.

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