Our Services


Using the latest innovations to help relieve pain, improve circulation, decrease swelling, reduce muscle spasm and improve the body’s overall ability to heal. We offer a wide variety of modalities that may be incorporated into your treatment plan.



Shockwave therapy is a non-invasive treatment that involves creating a series of low energy acoustic wave pulsations that are directly applied to an injury through a person’s skin via a gel medium. It is used in the treatment of many musculoskeletal conditions, primarily those involving connective tissues such as ligaments and tendons. The purpose of the therapy is to trigger the body’s own natural healing response. Many people report that their pain is reduced, and mobility improved after the first treatment. Our Physiotherapists can incorporate Shockwave therapy into your treatment plan as necessary to increase recovery and assist in pain relief.

Interferential Current (IFC)

Interferential current therapy is a common type of electrical muscle stimulation used to treat pain. Interferential current therapy works by sending small amounts of electrical stimulation to damaged tissues in the body. The therapy is meant to boost the body’s natural process for responding to pain, increase blood flow and the production of hormones that promote healing.

Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS)

Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) therapy involves the use of low-voltage electric currents to treat pain. A small device delivers the current at or near nerves. TENS therapy blocks or changes your perception of pain.

Therapeutic Ultrasound

Therapeutic ultrasound may be utilized by our Physiotherapists to deliver a high frequency mechanical vibration to facilitate healing at a cellular level. Therapeutic ultrasound is often used by physiotherapists to reduce pain, increase circulation, and increase mobility of soft tissues.

Neuromuscular Electrical Nerve Stimulation

Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES) uses a device that sends electrical impulses to nerves. This input causes muscles to contract. The electrical stimulation can increase strength and range of motion and offset the effects of disuse. It may be used during your treatment in conjunction with exercise to assist in faster recovery.