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Registered Physiotherapy

Physiotherapist can help you if you're recovering from a recent injury, living with an ongoing condition, or dealing with the discomfort you've been experiencing, physiotherapy can help you get back to your everyday life.


Physiotherapy is a drug-free health care practice. Physiotherapists work in partnership with individuals of all ages to break down the barriers to physical function. Whether it’s from a recreational activity, a workplace injury, or the toll of daily life, an injury can keep you from the activities you love.


Physiotherapists also play an important role in health promotion and disease prevention. Physiotherapy is the treatment of preference for many who suffer from pain whether in the back pain or neck pain, or arthritis in hips, knees, or back or shoulders … physiotherapy helps manage and prevent both acute and chronic pain. Depending on your condition, this may include mobilization, manual therapy, work hardening, techniques and modalities to reduce pain, acupuncture, corrective techniques to improve heart and lung function and cardiac conditioning, demonstration of therapeutic exercise, and education about your condition, treatment plan and prognosis for getting better.

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Our physiotherapist will work closely with you, and often with other healthcare professionals, to ensure that your health goals are met. Helping you do the most you can every day. Physiotherapy can help you move better and taken on those new hobbies and activities.  


Physiotherapists are primary health care professionals that play a significant role in health promotion and injury and disease prevention. Your physiotherapy plan will involve education, exercise, and manual therapy components. By combining the principles of evidence-informed practice, evaluative skills, clinical and professional judgment.  The hands-on care physiotherapists provide varies from person to person with a focus on the individual needs and personal health and lifestyle goals of the client. 

Are soreness and stiffness preventing you from enjoying your life? 

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What is a physiotherapist?

Physiotherapists (sometimes known as PTs or physios) work with people in one-on-one or group-based settings. They provide treatment in all health care settings in Ontario including: hospitals, long-term care facilities, home care, community-based clinics, schools, private practice clinics and primary care networks. Working with patients, physiotherapists promote independence and prevent injuries and disability. Physiotherapy treatment can include:
  • Therapeutic exercises
  • Manual therapy
  • Acupuncture and other modalities
  • Self-management
Ontario’s physiotherapists are university educated health professionals who are registered to practice with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario. There are more than 8,000 registered physiotherapists in the province.

What to expect from physiotherapy?

The first thing to do is to book an initial assessment with a physiotherapist before the pain gets worse. Unless you have a recommendation from a friend or family member of a physiotherapist, choose a clinic near your work or home and consider seeing if there is a clinical specialist near you. Also, even though you can directly access a physiotherapist, some insurance companies require a doctor referral. Please check with your insurance company.

At the end of the assessment, your physiotherapist may give you a physical diagnosis. You can ask questions like “How long do you think it will take for me to get better?” Your physiotherapist will also let you know that it is normal if you are sore after the assessment for a day or so, and you may also feel tired immediately afterwards. They will also propose a treatment plan based on your goals.

Where can I find The Economist?

Physiotherapy at MyHealth Care Centre help a large amount of patients understand that physiotherapy can provide more than just the typical treatments such as heat therapy and ultrasound therapy to be done. That being said, physiotherapy covers a much broader scope than just those conditions.

Physiotherapists at MyHealth Care Centre tackle some common conditions where physiotherapy can help:

  • Heart and lung disease related sequelae
  • Musculoskeletal injuries such as sprains, strains and fractures
  • Stroke, brain injury, spinal cord and nerve injury
  • Cancer related sequelae
  • Incontinence and pelvic dysfunction
  • Chronic pain
  • Pre-operative preparation and post-surgery recovery, for example in joint-replacement
  • Chronic conditions including diabetes, arthritis and osteoporosis

How does the physiotherapy help me?

At MyHealth Care Centre, our most important goal is to allow individuals to live life pain free and have a good sense of control over their health. This in addition to the advanced techniques MyHealth Care Centre has to offer will allow patients to maximize their quality of life as well as allow them to experience life to their fullest.

We invite you to discover physiotherapy at our Mississauga physiotherapy clinics.

What is manual physiotherapy?

A unique strand of physiotherapy that physiotherapists at MyHealth Care Centre is manual therapy. Manual physical therapy is delivered through the hands instead of a device or machine. It involves skilled movements with the hands to manipulate joints and soft tissue in order to improve range of motion, inflammation, modulate pain and many more benefits.

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