Using advanced techniques in Physiotherapy Toronto, our physiotherapists at our downtown Toronto health care clinic assess, diagnose, treat and help prevent a wide range of musculoskeletal, pelvic & vestibular disorders.
Triangle Physiotherapy Toronto offers evidence-based, results-oriented physiotherapy, chiropractic and rehabilitation services in the King West & Liberty Village neighbourhoods.
Whether you have had a recent sports injury, a long-standing issue, recent surgery, everyday aches and pains or you are facing pelvic floor dysfunction & other pelvic health issues, our team of physiotherapists, chiropractors & massage therapists will work collectively to set up treatment plans to help you recover & get back to doing the activities you love to do.
The physiotherapy clinic serves the King West Village area as well as the neighborhood of Liberty Village (Toronto).
Our physiotherapists, chiropractors, chiropodists and massage therapists are highly qualified and our team endeavors to provide the best care in a friendly & welcoming environment.
The physical therapy clinic is located on the North side of King Street West between Strachan Avenue & Shaw Street, across from Massey Harris Park, near the neighbourhood of Liberty Village.
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What is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy is a specialized and focused treatment to maintain, restore and strengthen the patient’s mobility and overall well-being. Using various techniques from physical rehabilitation, injury prevention and exercises, a physiotherapist helps the patient by involving him in his own recovery.
What issues can a Physiotherapist treat?
A physiotherapist helps people recover from injury, illness or disability through movement, exercise, education and advice. He also ensures good health of all ages, thereby ensuring the patient to manage pain and prevent illness.
A physiotherapist can treat a wide range of health conditions, including problems affecting the –
Bones, joints and soft tissues
Nervous system and Brain
How many sessions do I need? What should be the frequency of the sessions?
There is no direct answer to this question. The number and frequency of the session depends on the particular condition and medical history of the patient. Usually a mild case requires a few sessions But critical cases like neuro, post-surgery or elderly care require longer sessions.
Can I do exercises on my own?
In most of the cases, a patient can exercise on his own. In fact, exercise is recommended for better and speedy recovery. A patient can start exercise on his own after consultation with the Physiotherapist. This would increase the patient’s recovery and reduce the pain as well.