Physiotherapy Services At Don Mills Health Care

Don Mills Health Care is committed to providing high quality physiotherapy treatment in order to help you manage many physical problems in the body.

Headed by our caring Registered Physiotherapist, our advanced Physiotherapy Department can assist you in overcoming a variety of physical conditions including joint and muscle pain, chronic conditions, neurological issues and weight management.

At Don Mills Heath Care, our physiotherapy treatment is considered advanced because we use a combination of skilled hands on therapy, along with state-of-the art rehabilitation equipment such as Vibrational Wave, MEDEX Core Strengthening, Shockwave Therapy, Traction, etc.

Although you may seek physiotherapy treatment for a specific reason, the Don Mills Health Care team strives to provide everyone with the following benefits and outcomes:

Benefits of advanced physiotherapy:

Decreased pain in a shorter amount of time

Improved joint mobility and range of motion

Improved strength and flexibility

Improved cardiovascular status

Outcomes of advanced physiotherapy:

More quickly regain function and the freedom to do activities in your home, workplace, school, and community

Restore and increase ability to participate in sports, hobbies, and leisure activities

Restore your independence faster!

Our dedicated Physiotherapy Department looks forward to helping you achieve an improved level of health and wellness.

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At Don Mills Heath Care, our physiotherapy treatment is considered advanced because we use a combination of skilled hands on therapy, along with state-of-the art rehabilitation equipment such as Vibrational Wave, MEDEX Core Strengthening, Shockwave Therapy, Traction, etc.

Although you may seek physiotherapy treatment for a specific reason, the Don Mills Health Care team strives to provide everyone with the following benefits and outcomes:

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