RESOLVE YOUR PAIN WITH SPORT PHYSIOTHERAPY IN SURREY
Surrey Sports Physio’s main focus is on sport physiotherapy. Residents suffering from several conditions including back pain, headaches, tendonitis, and osteoarthritis aches due to sports or any other physical activities, can benefit from our professional sport physiotherapy in Surrey.
What Is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy is a health care profession primarily focused on preventing or improving movement dysfunction. Movement dysfunction is any change in normal body kinetics that restricts effective or efficient body function.
Who Are Physiotherapists?
Physiotherapists are university-trained health care professionals that have completed and graduated from an accredited physiotherapy program. Practicing physiotherapists must be registered members of the provincial licensing board. In BC, the licensing board is the College of Physical Therapists of British Columbia.
If you require physiotherapy in general or specifically sport physiotherapy in Surrey, Surrey Sports Physio is able to assist you with a wide range of treatments, including:
Physiotherapy plays a vital role in the Canadian health care system. Within this system, physiotherapists work together with other health care providers including physicians, occupational therapists, nurses, social workers, speech pathologists, respiratory technicians and others. A physician’s referral is not required to receive physiotherapy treatment like sport physiotherapy in Surrey or British Columbia in general.
An initial physiotherapy assessment is completed during the first visit, following which an individualized treatment program is designed.
What can I expect at my physiotherapy session?
Our team at Surrey Sports Physio ensures to cater to your particular needs. Here’s what happens in a physiotherapy session:
• Your physiotherapist learns about your medical history • Your physiotherapist assesses your condition • You receive a treatment plan which sets goals for you • You are given a course of exercises
Your physiotherapists may use a number of treatment methods, including:
Soft Tissue Mobilization and Manipulation
Laser and Ultrasound
Assistive Devices — Walking Aids, Orthotics, Prosthetics, Splints, Braces, Etc.