All of our Massage Therapists are licensed to practice in Ontario from the Ontario College of Massage Therapists. Massage therapy treatments offered include deep tissue, surface, active release, tissue distraction release technique, trigger point release technique, and myofascial release.
Aquatic-Physiotherapy refers to the use of multi-depth immersion pools or tanks that facilitate the application of various established therapeutic interventions, including stretching, strengthening, balance, gait training, and endurance training. The specific purpose of aquatic exercise is to facilitate functional recovery by providing an environment that augments a patient's ability to perform various therapeutic interventions.
The unique properties of water and immersion have profound physiological implications in the delivery of therapeutic exercise. Weight bearing becomes more manageable with immersion and provides the patients with relative weightlessness and joint unloading allowing performance of active motion with increased ease.
Aquatic-physiotherapy programs are developed with the expertise of our Physiotherapists and Physical Rehabilitation Therapists, and are take place in a community based facility that is convenient for the client. Aquatic-physiotherapy programs are developed with the expertise of our Physiotherapists and Physical Rehabilitation Therapists and take place in a community based facility.
It is not necessary for an individual to know how to swim in order to participate in aquatic-physiotherapy! The program would be carried out under the direct supervision and assistance of a Physiotherapist and/ or Physical Rehabilitation Therapist.