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    Frequent Questions

    Appointments can be made at anytime, in your first scheduled appointment your physiotherapist will assess you and ascertain if physiotherapy is right for you, if not they will refer you to the appropriate provider

    During your initial physiotherapy session, the therapist will conduct a detailed evaluation of your medical history and current symptoms, with particular attention to any red flags or alarming indicators. The assessment extends to examining your posture, muscle strength, joint flexibility, and coordination. Special tests may be employed to assess specific areas of concern. A thorough analysis of movement patterns and functional activities will also be part of the evaluation. Based on these comprehensive assessments, the therapist will discuss a diagnosis and collaborate with you on a personalized treatment plan, encompassing therapeutic exercises, manual therapy, and potential modalities. The session emphasizes education, goal-setting, and transparent communication, with a keen awareness of any identified red flags that may warrant additional medical attention.

    The length of each physiotherapy session and the overall duration of your physical therapy journey depend on various factors such as the complexity of your condition and your response to treatment. Typically lasting between1hr-1hr 30 mins, individual sessions may occur one to three times per week. The entire course of physical therapy can vary, ranging from a few weeks to several months. Throughout the process, we'll continuously assess your progress, making necessary adjustments to the treatment plan. Additionally, we may provide you with a home exercise program to enhance your rehabilitation between our sessions. Your active participation and open communication about your goals and concerns are crucial in tailoring the most effective and personalized approach to your rehabilitation.

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    no pain no gain? This is far from true, physiotherapy is generally designed to alleviate pain and improve function, we will do everything we can to ensure you comfort through the treatment