Physiotherapy Services provided by Skyview Ranch Physiotherapy in North East Calgary :
- MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT INJURIES
- WORKPLACE INJURY (WCB CLAIMS)
- SPORTS INJURIES
- POST-SURGICAL CASES
Physiotherapy is all about making you move better in life. Our physiotherapists will help you restore physical function after an injury and prevent future injuries.
We specialize in assessing, diagnosing, and treating injuries related to muscles, bones, ligaments, joints, and nerves. We help restore physical function with a range of treatment techniques such as manual therapy, injury-specific exercise prescription, movement retraining, medical acupuncture, and various electrophysical modalities. Our physiotherapists are highly trained, providing clients with complementary treatment options that involve many of the techniques described
Our therapists utilize a wide selection of manual techniques, dependent on the needs of our clients. Manual stretching, friction massage, trigger point, and myofascial release are some of the treatments designed to restore normal length and mobility to soft tissues. Joint mobilization techniques are utilized to restore full range of motion in a joint, following loss of mobility. If required, joint manipulations may also be used provided that the therapist has the appropriate training and the patient’s consent.
Prescriptive exercise is highly effective and a key component of injury prevention, recovery, pain management, and general good health. We are very knowledgeable in providing patients with exercises specifically designed for you and your needs. Physiotherapists are experts in training the body to move, and move well. Whether you are pre- or post-surgical, returning to activity or work, improving your ability as an athlete, pre- or postnatal, or managing systemic conditions such as arthritis, our therapists will work with you to design an exercise program to keep you Fit to Play in all situations.
Electrical and physical modalities, such as ultrasound, laser, neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES), transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS), and interferential current (IFC) are all designed to stimulate tissue healing, reduce pain and swelling, and to assist in the restoration of normal tissue function. Depending on your injury, we may use a variety of electrotherapy tools during your treatment sessions.