Do I need a doctor's referral?
No, Physiotherapists are primary health care providers and offer direct access to care. Some health insurance providers may require a physicians referral for reimbursement of fees paid for physiotherapy treatment.
What conditions does JD Physiotherapy treat?
We treat a broad spectrum of conditions including, but not limited to:
Sprains, strains and tendinopathies, low back and neck pain, arthritis, fibromyalgia, sciatica, neurological disorders, deconditioning, sports injuries and performance, pre and post surgical rehabilitation, post concussion care and management, GAIT and running analysis, vestibular rehabilitation, temporomandibular joint dysfunction, falls prevention, positive aging and mobility for seniors, osteoporosis programming, motor vehicle accident rehabilitation, occupational rehabilitation, chronic pain management, pelvic floor dysfunction.
What does multidisciplinary mean?
Multidisciplinary is the practice of combining or involving several academic disciplines or professional specializations in an approach to rehabilitation. At JD Physiotherapy we emphasize this collaborative care model and promote strong networks of rehabilitation with all of our patients and community partners.
What happens on my first visit?
Your therapist will undertake a thorough assessment. This allows our physiotherapists to understand you and your injury better in order to determine how we can help. Following the assessment, we will discuss with you the details of our findings, ask you what your expectations and goals are and from there map out a realistic treatment plan to help you gain maximum long-term results. Treatment is determined collaboratively between you and your therapist. All of your questions will be answered. Pain control, symptom control and return to function are our top priority.
Is there free parking?
Yes, parking is free and accessible on-site.