Physiotherapy helps restore movement, manage pain, and improve overall function. At CAP Health, our physiotherapists take a hands on approach to physiotherapy using a combination of manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, acupuncture and IMS.
Our physiotherapists are experienced in treating a wide range of age groups from children to seniors, and you can be sure that our therapists spend 1 on 1 time with you for the whole duration of the treatment and that you are not simultaneously being treated with other patients.
Conditions we Treat:
- Sports Injuries & Return to Sport
- Post Surgical Rehab
- Dizziness & Balance Issues
- Overuse / Repetitive Strain Injuries
Your physiotherapist will assess your condition, provide hands-on treatment, and develop a customized treatment or exercise program geared towards reaching your goals.
Our treatment plans include a combination of:
- Soft-Tissue techniques & joint mobilization
- Mackenzie, Mulligan techniques
- Individualized exercise programs
- Dry Needling / IMS
Your physiotherapist may also work with the other practitioners at CAP Health including Massage Therapy, Chiropractic or Naturopathic doctors as part of their integrated treatment plan. Working as a team allows us to deliver the best care possible!
IMS / DRY NEEDLING
IMS or dry needling is a technique where a sterile needle is inserted into a muscle trigger point. Trigger points are not acupuncture points but areas of increased muscle spasm and tension. Inserting the needle causes a stretch reflex reaction and allows the muscle to relax. IMS is typically used to treat chronic pain and inflammation that is caused by neuropathy or muscle tightness.
IMS is effective for conditions such as:
- Tennis/Golfer’s Elbow
- Shoulder pain
- Hip and IT band pain
- Achilles Tendonitis
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Chronic muscle
- Myofascial Pain Syndrome
- Chronic Pain
Dry Needling / IMS can be done alone or in conjunction with other manual therapies such as Chiropractic manual therapy or physiotherapy treatment such as corrective exercises and stretches.