What Is A Physiotherapist?

Physiotherapists are licensed healthcare professionals that are regulated by the provincial colleges. A Physiotherapist in Canada typically holds two university degrees and has successfully passed their competence exam. Physiotherapists help treat and prevent ligament, muscle and tendon injuries.

At BioPed, our Physiotherapists apply their in-depth knowledge of the body mechanics to treat hip, leg and foot injuries. Researchers have emphasized the importance of properly functioning foot and ankle joints for optimal health of knee and hip joints. Our Physiotherapist offers rehabilitation and prevention of any joint or muscular damage.

 

The most common conditions treated by our Physiotherapist include:

 

Ankle & Foot:

Plantar Fasciitis

Ball of Foot Pain

Heel Pain

Tendonitis

Sprains & Strains

Rehabilitation after a Fracture

 

Knees:

Ligament Injuries

Meniscal Injuries

Knee Cap Pain

Arthritis

Inflamed Bursa

Tendonitis, Sprains & Strains

Rehabilitation after Surgery

 

Hips:

Strains & Sprains

Tendonitis

Arthritis

Sciatica

Inflamed Bursa

Rehabilitation after Surgery