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At Willow Park Physiotherapy and Wellness, we go the extra mile to ensure every patient is cared for in a personalized and professional manner. Our experienced physical therapists are trained to provide a wide range of interventions and treatments for sports, automobile and work injuries, rehab, TMJ, vestibular rehab, chronic back and neck pain, and more.

How Does Physiotherapy Help?

Physiotherapy provides the following benefits:

  • Promotes tissue healing by reducing inflammation
  • Increases range of motion in muscles, joints and ligaments
  • Helps prevent recurrence of injuries
  • Builds muscle and bone strength and facilitates rehabilitation following surgery

A Tailored Approach

Our team of physical therapists has the experience and expertise to accurately assess, diagnose and treat your condition. We understand that no two patients are the same. Our tailored approach ensures that each individual receives personalized treatment and rehabilitation therapy designed for their specific needs and goals. Some of the services we offer include:

  • Soft tissue release
  • Joint mobilisation
  • Muscle stretches
  • Pinched nerve treatments
  • Dry needling
  • Remedial massage
  • Exercise-based rehabilitation
  • Manipulation
  • Clinical advice
  • Pain and injury management

Radial Shockwave Therapy

Shockwave therapy is a non-invasive, non-surgical procedure used for the regeneration of tissues (bone, tendon, muscle, skin). Shockwave therapy works by passing sound waves through the skin to the injured part of the body, using a special machine.

These shockwaves break down scar tissue and increase circulation, which stimulates new blood vessel growth and encourages stem cell migration to the damaged area. Shockwaves are a scientifically-proven treatment of acute and chronic pain, with virtually no side effects. Typically, conditions are resolved after 3-5 sessions.

Who Is Shockwave Therapy for?

Shockwave therapy has proven itself to be an effective treatment option for patients suffering from chronic connective tissue injuries, such as:

  • Tennis elbow
  • Achilles tendonitis
  • Shoulder tendonitis
  • Rotator cuff injury
  • Plantar fasciitis
This treatment option is best suited for patients with conditions lasting longer than six weeks; however, it can also provide relief from short-term injuries and muscle tears.

Get Care Today

Our physiotherapists look forward to helping you on your road to recovery. Contact us today to book your first appointment.

Physiotherapy | (780) 986-3666