Physiotherapy, also known as physical therapy, is a treatment proactive which is able to prevent diseases and conditions, restore your balance and help you to recover from injuries and alleviate associated pain. Here, our Orleans physical therapists walk you through 5 signs that physiotherapy may be the best way to help you get back to 100%.
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At Motion Works Physiotherapy, our registered physiotherapists provide preventive and rehabilitative services with a focus on pelvic health to our Orleans and Ottawa patients.
Whether you are suffering from an acute injury, a chronic degenerative condition, or pelvic dysfunction, or would like to prevent injuries by maintaining an active, healthy lifestyle, our physiotherapists can help.
Motion Works is committed to evidence based, client-centered care, as we integrate the latest research findings and clinical skills into our treatment plans.
Our pelvic physiotherapist focuses on treating/healing pelvic conditions and maximizing the health and wellness of new mothers, both during pregnancy and after birth. We also offer a broad spectrum of orthopedic physiotherapy and sports injury services, to help our patients prevent and recover from injury and disease.
Beyond pain resolution, treatment at Motion Works is regarded as a long-term lifestyle change that will help our clients be healthier and more active over time.
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