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Individual Hands-On Physiotherapy
Therapists at Action Potential Rehabilitation provide one-on-one, “hands-on” physiotherapy treatment for a wide range of health issues. Please call our clinic to discuss whether our services might be beneficial for you.
Whether you prefer receiving treatment in the comfort of your home, or in our clinic setting, we can provide you with effective customized physiotherapy services. If at home, the physiotherapist will bring any required equipment. To benefit from our larger pieces, such as a recumbent bicycle, treadmill, or universal weight machine, treatment in our clinic at 2081 Merivale Road (south of Hunt Club Rd) would be preferable.
Home visits may also include a retirement residence or a long term care facility. Our physiotherapist will assess you and then discuss your recommended individualized treatment plan. She will be able to draw on a variety of treatment approaches including Bobath, Motor Relearning techniques, Functional Strengthening principles, Myofascial Release techniques, aerobic reconditioning, and many others, to create a tailored, evidence-based plan to maximize your rehabilitation potential.
Our paediatric physiotherapists also see clients in our clinic, schools, daycare centres, and homes to assist infants and children who have mobility concerns. They have specialized training and years of experience in working with babies and young children.
Note that during the Covid-19 restrictions, access to some facilities may be limited. We will work with the client and the facility to facilitate a home visit session as best we can.
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This website provides general information about our services and conditions treated. It is not intended to be used for self-assessment or treatment, and is not a substitute for an individualized treatment plan developed by a registered physiotherapist.
By the Action Potential Rehabilitation Staff
Page last reviewed: May 5th, 2021