ProCare Rehabilitation provides hands-on physiotherapy services in downtown Toronto (Best physiotherapist Toronto). Our licensed practitioners are highly skilled and trained to ensure that we can help you return to an active lifestyle.
Our physiotherapists are trained to treat many different conditions – including, sports injuries, back pain, neck pain, knee pain, stiff neck and more. If you are not sure if we can help you, feel free to give us a call (416-324-2240) and we will let you know!
What is physiotherapy?
Physiotherapists are experts in analyzing movement patterns making them the perfect candidates for treating many orthopaedic and musculoskeletal injuries and conditions. Physiotherapists assess, diagnose, treat, prevent disease and disability and educate individuals so they are able to maintain their function and not re-injure themselves. Physiotherapists often work with patients that need assistance overcoming pain and movement dysfunctions that might be caused due to aging, routine tasks, an accident or injury or are present from birth.
Every physiotherapy program is custom designed specifically to the patient depending on their signs and symptoms and what their goals are. Physiotherapy is a highly effective way to help treat injuries, relieve pain, strengthen your body, increase mobility, and lower risk of future injuries.
Why choose physiotherapy from ProCare Rehabilitation in Toronto?
The key to our success is the way we work with our customers. Patients are always provided with the information they need to ensure success. We work hard so that you can feel an obvious, measurable improvement between visits.
When we first begin the treatment, we correctly identify the problem areas, and design a treatment plan that is effective for you. By treating the cause rather than the symptoms, we accelerate healing and make sure we get to the very root of the problem so that the problem is resolved permanently.
Conditions We Treat
- Back and spinal pain
- Hip pain
- Shoulder pain
- Neck pain and Stiffness
- Headaches and Migraines
- Knee pain
- Ankle and foot pain
- Repetitive strain injuries
- Spinal conditions and nerve impingements
- Upper limb related pain(s)
- Acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries
- Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) pain & dysfunction
- Pelvic health