Initial Assessment $80.00
Subsequent treatments $60.00
Prices include GST
Physiotherapy is a primary care, client-focused health profession dedicated to improving quality of life in Regina by:
Promoting physical activity, optimal mobility, and overall health and wellness;
Preventing injury, disease, and disability; Managing chronic and acute conditions, participation restrictions and activity limitations;
Maintaining and Improving physical performance; optimal functional independence, Rehabilitating injury and the effects of disease or disability with Educating and planning maintenance and support programs to prevent re-occurrence, re-injury or functional decline, therapeutic exercise programs and other interventions.
Physiotherapy specialist: What we do
Physiotherapy specialists are primary health care professionals with a significant role in health promotion and treatment of injury and disease. They combine their in-depth knowledge of the body and how it works with physiotherapy treatment-on clinical skills to assess, diagnose and treat symptoms of illness, injury or disability.
A registered physiotherapist in Regina is qualified to provide effective and safe physiotherapy treatment. A physiotherapy specialist has met national entry-level education and practice standards, and have successfully passed a standardized Canadian physiotherapy competence examination prior to being a registered physiotherapist in Canada, with the college of physiotherapy in their province/territory.
A physiotherapy expert is committed to client-centred services that respect the dignity and autonomy of the client. A Physiotherapist in Regina is bound by ethical principles to act with accountability, integrity, and judgement in the best interests of the client. Physiotherapy experts act within the healthcare professionals scope and the professional’s own competency.
Effective Physiotherapy is a recognized healthcare profession that evolves through integrating critical appraisal of new knowledge with education, research, and practice.
A physiotherapy clinic in Regina practice may involve providing health care services in many contexts for all ages in a variety of settings from health promotion, wellness, and prevention, acute care and rehabilitation, to disease and disability management.
Physiotherapists techniques exercise independent professional judgement in complex and uncertain situations. Physiotherapy services are designed to utilize resources efficiently and safely and achieve optimal health outcomes.
Physiotherapist in Regina act as healthcare professionals and leaders of health teams and have a responsibility to initiate intervention in their own area of expertise and to both respect the roles of team members.
Physiotherapy Expert: What to Expect
A Physiotherapy specialist works with clients of all ages and with a wide range of health conditions from Motor Vehicle accident injuries to Work related injuries and Sport injuries. Whether its rehabilitation from an acute injury like a sprained ankle injury, pain management or management of chronic conditions such as chronic low back pain, a physiotherapy expert can help. Physiotherapy services are not limited to rehabilitation of injury and the effects of disease or disability. A physiotherapists technique also provides education and advice for health promotion and injury prevention.
How physiotherapy expert assess:
A physiotherapist expert will assess you by using a detailed history- specific physical tests and measures, such as range of motion and flexibility. A Physiotherapy expert will then analyze the t findings and use clinical reasoning to establish a diagnosis. Together, you will explore the physiotherapy benefits for your current abilities and functional needs so the physiotherapy specialist can plan treatments that are according with your goals and general well being, and which incorporate techniques and approaches supported by the best physiotherapy treatment available.
Physiotherapists techniques can include the following physiotherapy benefits:
- consultation, Education, prevention services, and health promotion.
- manual therapy and soft tissue physiotherapists techniques; including manual agents and electro-therapy;
- Manipulation and joint mobilization to reduce stiffness and pain
- Cold and hot and packs and modalities to reduce swelling, relieve pain, improve movement and function and speed up the healing process,
- Airway clearance methods to assist people with breathing difficulties
- Environmental change, focusing on removing barriers to function
- Management of incontinence including pelvic floor re-education
- tolerance testing and Functional activity training
- Occupational and work re-training and return to work planning
- Personalized exercise programs designed to improve your function, strength and range of motion
- Prescription, fabrication and application of assistive, adaptive, supportive and protective devices and equipment
- Wound and Skin care
Payment and referral
For many Canadians, health insurance providers cover all cost or a portion of the cost of physiotherapy treatment. Some extended health insurance plans may require a physician’s referral in order to reimburse you for physiotherapists techniques, but it’s not always necessary. Call your health insurance provider to confirm your level of coverage beforehand and to determine whether or not you require a physician referral for reimbursement. We can direct bill to numerous Insurance companies, Check our direct billing page for details.
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