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Physiotherapy Ottawa

Physiotherapy is a branch of physical therapy that helps treat many conditions, not only musculoskeletal. Physiotherapy can be defined as a treatment method that focuses on the science of movement and helps people to restore, maintain and maximize their physical strength, function, motion and overall well-being by addressing the underlying physical issues. It is important to note that Physiotherapy is not a one time treatment modality. Physiotherapy is treatment plan based and requires commitment for multiple sessions in order to optimally treat injuries. Our physiotherapists incorporate the most up-to-date techniques & tools to assess, diagnose, and treat any injury or condition you are experiencing. You will be back on track to do the things you love faster than ever.

What Does Physiotherapy Treat?

Physiotherapy is a branch of physical therapy that helps treat many conditions, not only musculoskeletal. Physiotherapy can be defined as a treatment method that focuses on the science of movement and helps people to restore, maintain and maximize their physical strength, function, motion and overall well-being by addressing the underlying physical issues.

Physiotherapy can help treat and manage:

 Musculoskeletal Injuries
 Post-Concussive Syndrome
 Neurological Disorders
 Post-Operative Recovery
 Sports Injuries
 Paediatric Conditions
 TMJ Syndrome
 Back Pain
 Foot and Heel Pain
 Plantar Fasciitis
 Frozen Shoulder
 Dizziness, Vertigo, Imbalance
 Chronic Pain
 Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

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Methods Of Treatment


Our Physiotherapists use the most up-to-date and effective treatment methods possible. Even though machines play an important role in Physiotherapy, we do not believe in slapping a machine on our clients and walking away. We implement them as part of a whole course of treatment techniques.


Our therapists incorporate, but are not limited to using:


 IFC (Interferential Current)
 TENS Machine (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation)
 EMS Machine (Electrical Muscle Stimulation)
 Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) (*** additional charge)
 Acupuncture Stimulator
 Acupuncture and Dry Needling
 Thermophore Heating
 Manual Manipulation
 Soft Tissue Release
 Dynamic Taping
 Kinesiology Taping
 Home Exercise Prescription

Physiotherapy Home Visits

Have your recently had surgery or have problems travelling due to your injuries? We offer physiotherapy home visits for the Nepean and Barrhaven areas. One of our experienced physiotherapists will provide the treatments necessary to help your recover faster, all in the comfort of your own home. We understand the difficulty of travelling after a catastrophic injury, and we aim to make our patients’ lives easier.

Sports Physiotherapy

Sports injuries can be a real re-occurring pain! Sports Physiotherapy is a branch of physiotherapy, which deals with injuries and issues related to sports and athletes. Sports injuries do differ to everyday injuries.

Athletes normally require high-level performance and demand placed upon their body, which stresses their muscles, joints and bones to the limit. Our physiotherapist’ help athletes recover from all sporting injuries, and provide education and resources to prevent problems and get back in the game stronger than ever!


A personal injury from auto accident trauma is common, but sometimes severe and can cause you suffering. An auto injury may result in lost work time, and cause difficulties in dealing with day-to-day responsibilities. We are here to help!

After you’ve been injured in a crash accident, it’s vital to get physiotherapy as quickly as possible. Many times, the effects of an auto injury are delayed or subtle. Seek medical advice as quickly as possible to ensure you are adequately treated and protected for the future. Our physiotherapists will use specialized techniques unique to your injuries in order to get you moving even better than before your accident. Once you report your MVA to your insurer provide us with the claim number, insurance policy number, insurance name, and we take it from there!


Our clinic provides physiotherapists trained in neurological rehabilitation. Neurological rehabilitation patients may suffer from paediatric brain injuries, Cerebral Palsy, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, stroke, and other neurological deficits.

At EWC, we know being diagnosed with a neurological condition is scary, and can be detrimental to ones quality of life. We are here to help you improve your day to day functions such as balance and coordination, promote independence, improve muscle strength, and correct improper movement patterns.


Hit your noggin? Eighty-five to 90% of all concussion injuries become asymptomatic within 7-10 days, however, for a yet unknown reason, the other 10-15% of injuries go on to have longer lasting symptoms.

If you are having symptoms beyond 3 to 4 weeks, this is known as “post-concussion syndrome”. Very little is known about what causes post-concussion syndrome, it is currently believed to be due to continued blood flow abnormalities in the brain, continued energy deficits in the brain, psychosomatic, vestibular/ocular (integration between visual and balance systems) and/or potential dysfunction in the muscles and joints of your neck that occurred because of the impact.


It’s not always easy to get back up when you fall down. Evidence has shown that vestibular rehabilitation can help treat and improve symptoms related to vestibular disorders.

People who suffer from vestibular disorders have symptoms such as vertigo, dizziness, visual disturbance, and/or imbalance. Vesitubular rehabilitation is an exercise based program that aims to help the body compensate for vestibular damage/conditions by teaching the brain to use other sense (example: visual) to substitute for the deficient vestibular system. Our therapists will help not only alleviate the symptoms diminishing your quality of life, but will help treat and teach your body how to function optimally with a lacking vestibular system. Get your life back on balance with VRT!


Getting old does not have to mean feeling old. Senior citizens commonly suffer from musculoskeletal problems, neurological dysfunctions (such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s), incontinence, arthritis, chronic pain, and balance impairment.

Our Physiotherapists are experts at helping treat these conditions and improve geriatric quality of life. Physical therapy and geriatric rehabilitation is safe, natural, and improves overall strength and physical condition!


Preparing or recovering for an operation can be stressful. Whether it is knee, hip, or back surgery, our Physiotherapists are trained to give you a preoperative examination, along with a treatment and prevention plan for postoperative care. Our therapists will help you recover faster, decrease stiffness and pain, increase range of mobility, and increase strength. Don’t go through the pain of surgery without including pre and postoperative physiotherapy. Your body will thank you!


Physical therapists use dry needling with the goal of releasing or inactivating trigger points to relieve pain or improve range of motion. Dry needling effectively treats…



 Headaches and Migraines

 Neck/Back Pain


 Muscle Spasms


 “Tennis/Golfer’s Elbow”

 Overuse injuries


Dynamic Tape is the biomechanical tape being used worldwide by rugby players, volleyball players, surfers, tennis players, tri-athletes, soccer players and many other sporting professions to assist these athletes to move through full range of motion without limitation.

It is also used in the treatment of sporting, musculoskeletal and neurological conditions. It is extremely soft, highly conformable, breathable and water resistant which makes it possibly the most comfortable athletic tape on the market. It is applied with the body part in a short position and the tape on stretch (the opposite to traditional kinesio taping) so that as movement occurs, the tape resists and absorbs load, decelerating movement in much the same way as a bungee cord. As shortening occurs the tape can assist initiation in fast movements or through range in slower movements (e.g. working like an active assist in someone who has had a stroke).

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