Conditions We Treat


Motor Vehicle Accident Injuries

We are here to help guide you through each step of your recovery and claims process. 

  1. Report the accident claim to your vehicle insurance company. 

  2. Complete the AB1-Notice of Loss/Proof of Claim form and send to your insurance:


  3. Come in for a physiotherapy assessment as soon as possible. We will ensure you get the necessary paper work filed so that you may access the healthcare benefits available. 

AB-1 Form

Workers Compensation Board (WCB)

If you have been injured at work there are a few steps you must take:

  1. Notify your employer of your injury.

  2. Notify your health care provider (doctor/physiotherapist) so we can report your injury to WCB-Alberta within 48 hours.

  3. Report to WCB Alberta personally, by filling out an WCB Injury Report form which you can find online or from our office.

Vertigo / Vestibular Rehabilitation

Assessment and treatment for BPPV (Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo), a specific type of vertigo easily treated with sometimes just one visit.  As well as rehabilitation for dizziness, balance, Vestibular neuritis and labrynthitis conditions.

Joint and Soft Tissue Injuries

  • Post-surgical (joint replacement, fractures, instrumentation, meniscus/ligament repairs) etc.

  • Tendonitis (Tennis/Golfers elbow, achilles tendonitis)

  • Sciatica

  • Frozen shoulder

  • Plantar fasciitis 

  • Bursitis

  • Muscle strains & ligament sprains

  • Rotator cuff tears

  • Spine disk herniations

  • Runner's/Jumpers knee

  • Bunions

  • Tension headaches

  • Pregnancy related pelvic and low back pain

  • Sports and Dance injuries

Jaw Pain-Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJD)

  • Locking jaw 

  • Clicking, grating, popping at jaw joint

  • Jaw joint pain

  • Difficulty chewing, closing/opening mouth

  • Headaches

Women's Health-Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy 

  • Pre and Post natal physio

  • Pelvic organ prolapse

  • Stress incontinence

  • Pelvic pain (dyspareunia, vaginismus, vulvodynia/vestbiulodynia)

  • Pelvic girdle pain

  • Diastasis Recti

  • Post surgical rehabilitation

Custom Orthotics 

Custom orthotics are devices that are individually created to uniquely fit your feet.  They resemble insoles but are specifically crafted and made of materials that will last longer than prefabricated orthotics. There are generally three types of custom orthotics, including:


If the shape of your feet is irregular, these types of orthotics can assist heel support, forward movement, and general stability.


These will help your feet to move in a more desirable way or bear weight in a way that will help you move and walk better.


These are created to help you relieve the stress on joints that is often caused by conditions such as arthritis. Although custom orthotics are more expensive than off-the-shelf devices, they last much longer and provide more support or correction. Orthotic inserts will improve how your feet and lower legs feel and function.