Action Potential Rehabilitation is a full-service physiotherapy clinic, started by co-owners Wendy Sarsons and Jacquie Levy in 2003. Our team of highly skilled physiotherapists, physiotherapy assistants, exercise therapists, massage therapists, and speech-language therapists are ready to guide your rehabilitation toward your best possible outcomes. We offer bilingual services which can take place in your home, our clinic, or by video conferencing (known as telerehab). 

In addition to offering standard physiotherapy treatments to clients of all ages (including children), Wendy, Jacquie and several of our physiotherapists have additional training and certifications in treating a range of neurological conditions. Through these physiotherapy sessions, you can expect to experience improvements that will enhance your quality and enjoyment of life. See the Conditions page for additional information.

If you would you like to start your recovery journey, our Clinic Coordinator, Lynette, will be pleased to assist you. No medical referral is required. To book an appointment, either call 613-680-6400, ext. 0 or email info@actionpotentialrehab.ca

What distinguishes Action Potential Rehab?  Our specialized expertise and experience in neuro-physiotherapy and paediatric physiotherapy, and flexible treatment locations. 

Our practice offers individualized physiotherapy treatment to clients of all ages, including infants and children. You can attend our clinic, located at 2081 Merivale Road, Unit 300, or a physiotherapist may visit you at your home or offer treatment via video-based Tele-Rehab. We have a particular focus on neurological physiotherapy, and our physiotherapists have training and certifications in treating a range of neurological conditions or specific paediatric training and experience.

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JD’s Story

After a catastrophic car accident in early 2020, when I suffered a severe spinal injury and had...

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