Physiotherapy (from the Greek «physis» and «therapeia»). The nature of the treatment) is an area of medicine that specializes in the treatment effect of natural and artificial physical factors on the human body. This procedure is one of the oldest therapeutic and preventative fields of medicine.
Physiotherapy is one of the most spread, popular and safe area of patient treatment and rehabilitation .
Often neurologists apply physiotherapy in the osteochondrosis treatment. More than 70% of cases show improvements, decreased of pain sensations and the beneficial effect on the condition of the muscles and ligaments.
Depending on the underlying medical conditions, the expert’s set targets, the general condition of the patient, the severity of the clinical picture, the presence of comorbidity, the particular physiotherapy method is chosen, as well as the duration of sessions, area of usage, intensity and dosage .
This procedure is painless, and in some cases, the patient may feel some impact, which brings discomfort, but not pain. Physiotherapy has practically no side effects, extremely low number of contraindications, it is compatible with other treatment, including drug therapy. Modern physiotherapy equipment allows a specialist to pefrom the local impact on certain areas, to measure the graduated excercise and level of penetration.
The effect of physiotherapeutic procedures is multifaceted and is achieved through physical, chemical and biological therapeutic intervention at the organ, cellular and molecular levels.
Physiotherapy provides the widest range of procedures, among them are the following:
Physiotherapy specialists, always use an individual approach to treatment. In the course of treatment, doctors monitor the condition of a patient’s health and dynamics both during a single session, and during the entire course.
Such an approach, highly qualified therapists and modern equipment allows us to achieve the most effective results. If the necessity occurs, the specialists from other areas are involved, which allows us to develop the most effective rehabilitation schemes for patients.
In our work we rely on modern international standards of in health care services but the сomfort and satisfaction of our patients bears the paramount importance for us. Focusing on the needs and interests of the patient, a doctor reaches a full mutual understanding with a person and it produces a positive impact on the pace and quality of the treatment.
The effect is achieved during the course of physiotherapy aimed at the following conditions:
All the physiotherapy treatments are selected basing on the individual needs of each client.
Our medical center is fully-stocked with the equipment of diverse range of effects necessary for the treatment after injury.
Physiotherapy is used for the treatment of major clinical syndromes, such as the following ones:
It is hard to list all the areas where physiotherapy is an effective mechanism for the treatment and disease prevention. It may be noted that this treatment is extremely effective in producing an effect on all organs and systems. In most cases, this therapy is prescribed in a combination with other treatments, but sometimes it can be performed as a primary therapy.
Harpreet Singh began his career in physiotherapy in 2006. A graduate with Bachelors in physiotherapy in 2004 from India, Harpreet also holds a Masters in muscoskeletal physiotherapy (2008). Over past 10 years, he has acquired a broad range of experience in acupuncture, IMS, manual therapy, vestibular therapy and concussion rehab
Harpreet is a clinical educator, examiner and preceptor for the University of Alberta Bridging program and provides mentorship to internationally trained physiotherapists
In clinical practice, his treatment philosophy includes using manual therapy to restore joint mechanics followed by muscle retraining and motor control strategies to correct movement dysfunction. Harpreet provides individualized, one-on-one treatment and develops exercise programs geared toward the level and goals of the patient.
Harpreet’s focus is unwaveringly on the needs of his patients. While some people attend physio with a clear goal in mind, many do not: Harpreet’s strength is in setting reachable goals with the client, and providing the guidance to achieve them. He has found his best outcomes result from treatment focused on education and exercise, often augmented with manual therapy and dry needling techniques.
Education, experience, and an analytical mind set Harpreet apart. Let him help you set reachable goals to get your health on track.
With Bachelors of Physiotherapy completed in India, Manmeet had practised as a Physiotherapist in a Walk-in Clinic for 18 months. He has a good experience in diagnosing and treating various orthopedic conditions including MVAs and work related injuries with recent trends in the field. Manmeet Is also a Certified K-Taping Pro Therapist and had also done courses in Workplace Wellness and Health Promotion from Centennial College, Toronto. He is also skilled in Manual Therapy approaches for Spine and Myofascial release technique; soft tissue and joint mobilization in Lower quadrant. His particular interest is in neck/back pain and he always take an empathetic view towards his client's condition with a positive outlook. He loves being people's person and gives a quality time to his client throughout the process.
Shimpy completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2006 and obtained her Masters of Sports Physiotherapy in 2008. During her 5 years of experience, She has dedicated herself in assisting her client's return to work, return to sports and helping clients to achieve their goals while returning to preinjury level. Shimpy's strength is in her ability to listen to her clients patiently and focus on targeting the root cause of injury in order to rehabilitate and prevent future injuries. Her treatments usually involve various manual therapy techniques, Soft tissue mobilization techniques, Joint mobilization techniques, Myofascial Release Techniques, Supportive Taping, Exercise programs, Strength and Stretching exercises, Ergonomic advice in pain management, Electrotherapeutic modalities, Home programme. Shimpy has also worked as a Sports Physiotherapist in PAP (Punjab Armed Police) in India. She has an international exposure of working in Common Wealth Games 2010 as an Assistant Project Officer. Along with that she has worked as a Physiotherapist in Clinical settings where she has experience treating all kind of patients specially Musculoskeletal and Neurological injuries etc.