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I saw the surgeon today for my 1 year check-up. X-rays and mobility both excellent. I'm doing really well, sleeping better, so I guess I don't need to see you again. Thanks for your GREAT service and your caring attitude. You are my favourite physio! Love, Mary (Hinings)  

 

Physiotherapy  |  Pelvic Floor Physio  |  Prenatal & Postnatal Physio  |  Pediatrics  |
Anatomical Acupuncture  |  Visceral Manipulation
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What to expect on your first visit:

Finishline Physiotherapy strives to get to know their patience individual needs. Therefore, patient information is collected in 2 forms; (1) through a thorough interview and (2) through a detailed physical assessment. This information is analyzed and an individualized treatment plan is designed. Treatment will always include education based on the assessment findings and a variety of other treatment methods that can include, but is not limited to manual therapy, acupuncture, modalities and individual or group exercise.

"My feet have not felt this good since I got this planters facitis!!! I am thrilled! I am telling everyone how great you are!!! No pain since I saw you! I had to take the tape off yesterday am, but it helped. I am so excited! I will keep doing the exercises you sent me.”Wishing you the Best for 2015!."

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Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is the science of movement and restoring function to individuals with movement dysfunction. Physiotherapists use exercise, therapeutic modalities, manual therapy and a variety of treatments to help their patients achieve functional goals.

Conditions treated:

  • Sports Injuries
  • Chronic Pain
  • Osteoporosis
  • Ultrasound for Blocked Milk Ducts
  • Orthopedic injuries

Learn more:

www.nbci.ca
www.physiotherapy.ca
www.physiotherapyalberta.ca

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

Pelvic floor physiotherapy requires special education and practice in treating conditions that affect bowel and bladder function. 

Conditions treated:

  • Constipation
  • Lower abdominal pain
  • Back pain
  • Pelvic pain
  • Pelvic organ prolapse
  • Stress incontinence of the bladder or bowel
  • Urgency/Frequency incontinence of the bowel or bladder
  • Dyspareunia/pain with intercourse
  • Vulvodynia
  • Coccydynia

Prenatal and Postnatal Physiotherapy

The fetus that grows inside a pregnant women impacts the body in a variety of ways and can occasionally result in orthopedic and pelvic conditions. These conditions can impact the ease of daily movement and bowel and bladder habits. Postnatally the body must readapt to its old shape and accommodate for some changes that may have occurred during pregnancy, labour and delivery. Prenatal and postnatal physiotherapists have additional education and a special interest in the care of these women. We recommend that all women be seen by a pelvic floor physiotherapist at least 1 time during pregnancy and 1 time 4-8 weeks postpartum.

Conditions treated not listed above:

Pregnancy: 

  • Pregnancy induced Pubic bone pain
  • Pregnancy induced Sacroilac Joint dysfunction
  • Pregnancy induced sciatica
  • Pregnancy Induced Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Abdominal Diastasis
  • Umbilical hernia
  • Preparing the Pelvic Floor for Labour and Delivery

Postnatal:

  • De Quervains Syndrome/thumb pain
  • Scarring from perineal tearing or c-section incisions
  • Urinary or Bowel retention or incomplete emptying
  • Urinary or Bowel Leakage
  • Pain in the vagina, rectum, pelvis, or with intercourse
  • Sensations of pressure, heaviness or bulging in the rectum or vagina
  • Postnatal Pelvic Floor retraining
  • Postnatal exercise tips

Pediatrics

Infants and children can develop movement or positional dysfunction and in rare cases pelvic health conditions. If these conditions are detected and treated early then the infant or child will potentially avoid more invasive treatments.

Conditions treated:

  • Scoliosis
  • Infant Torticollis
  • Infant Plagiocephally
  • Bed Wetting
  • Incontinence in school aged children

Anatomical Acupuncture

Acupuncture combines the knowledge of traditional Chinese meridians with the knowledge of Western anatomy and physiology, to pinpoint troublesome areas.The application of acupuncture encourages the body to heal its self. Patients treated with acupuncture may experience quicker success in their recovery.

Conditions treated:

  • Any of the conditions listed above may benefit from acupuncture.

Learn more:

www.afcinstitute.com

Visceral Manipulation (VM)

Viscera relates to the organs, and visceral manipulation involves the application of gentle forces to the tissues to help restore normal function and tone. Normal movement and function of the organs translates into a healthier happier body. A therapist listens to the body through general and local listening techniques to detect where the source of the problem lies. From there they address and treat the location that “asks” for the most attention.

Conditions treated:

  • Any of the conditions listed above may benefit from VM.

Learn more:

www.discovervm.com 

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Time

Pelvic Health Assessment are 1 - 1.5 hours.
Pelvic Health Treatments are 1 hour.
Orthopaedic Assessments are 1 hour.
Orthopaedic Treatments are 45 minutes.

Methods of Payment

Cheque, Cash, Visa, M/C, American Express

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