Taunton Garden Physio and Rehab

Registered Physiotherapy

Physiotherapists are primary health care professionals that play an important role in treatment and prevention of injuries, illness and disabilities. Physiotherapists can help you improve your strength, flexibility/mobility, function and well-being through various specialized and hands on techniques.
On your first visit, our Physiotherapists will obtain a detailed history of your illness and conduct a thorough physical evaluation to assess the cause of your problem. They will provide you with home exercises, preventive measures and will formulate a treatment plan based on your goals. 

Physiotherapy Rehab at our clinic involves variety of specialized methods and techniques such as:

  • Exercise therapy,
  • Posture and Gait re-education
  • Manual therapy techniques – Mckenzie, Mulligan, Maitland methods
  • Taping techniques (including Ktaping)
  • Soft tissue release/ Trigger point release
  • Modalities including: Ultrasound, Laser, IFC, TENS, Electrical muscle stimulation, Hot/cold packs, Paraffin wax baths etc
  • Acupuncture, Dry Needling
  • Sports specific conditioning and rehab
  • Specialized programs such as: GLA:D program for hip/knee arthritis; PFilates Program for pelvic floor disorders, Concussion and Vestibular rehab programs.
A physiotherapist is a movement specialist, educated in analyzing mobility issues with walking, running, jumping, bending, stretching, and almost every other form of physical activity. Your physiotherapist can pinpoint problem areas and create a customized treatment plan aimed at improving those areas.

Common conditions we treat include:

  • Arthritic pain
  • Sports injuries , Running injuries
  • Post op- Joint replacement surgeries, Rotator cuff repair, Post op fractures, ACL/Meniscus repair, ORIF, spinal surgery rehab, post mastectomy, post c-section and pelvic surgeries
  • Sciatica
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Fractures and dislocations
  • Rotator cuff injury
  • Low back/Neck pain
  • Sprains/Strains
  • Tennis elbow, Golfers elbow
  • SI Joint Dysfunction, TMJ dysfunction
  • Bursitis, Tendinitis
  • Radiculopathy, Pinched nerve
  • Ligamentous/Myofascial pain
  • MVA/Whiplash injuries
  • WSIB injuries
  • Thoracic outlet syndrome
  • Headaches
  • Fibromyalgia 
  • Chronic pain syndrome
  • Complex regional pain syndrome
  • Pelvic floor conditions – see Pelvic Physiotherapy section
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