PHYSIOTHERAPY Physiotherapy is a widely accepted allied health care profession for the treatment of a broad range of health problems. Physiotherapy is recommended for the treatment of injuries involving muscles, joints, bones and other soft tissues, as well as in cases of circulatory, respiratory and neurological conditions, illness and desease. Physiotherapy is also highly recommended for victims of work related accidents and motor vehicle accidents. At Kinatex Sports Physio our physiotherapists are all members of the Ordre Professionnel de la Physiotherapie du Quebec and are university graduates. Physiotherapy is for a clientele of all ages and all levels of physical activity. Several services and expertise are offered in physiotherapy such as pelvic floor rehabilitation, pediatric physiotherapy, temporomandibular (TMJ/jaw) physiotherapy, vestibuar rehabilitation, oncology rehabilitation and more. Kinatex Sports Physio is a multidisciplinary rehabilitation center and our team has advanced expertise through numerous postgraduate courses to offer you a personalized, friendly, innovative and efficient rehabilitation experience.
MASSAGE THERAPY Massage Therapy is one of the oldest forms of therapeutic treatments as it dates back several centuries. The benefits of massage therapy are many and can help people with a variety of ailments, injuries and illnesses. Seen by many as a relaxation tool to relieve stress, it is also an integral part of most rehabilitation programs for the treatment of chronic conditions, low back pain, swelling and much more. Many specific expertises are offered to meet your needs: - Swedish Therapeutic Massage - Masso-kinesitherapy - Sports Massage - Integrated Fasciatherapy - Deep Tissue - Lomi Lomi - Biocorporeal - Periarticular Work - Myofascial Stretching - Shiatsu - Pregnancy massage. Our massage therapists will establish a personalized treatment program according to your specific objectives.
OSTEOPATHY Osteopathy is a therapeutic treatment method based on a whole body approach. This whole body approach focuses on using hands-on manual therapy techniques that aim to regulate and balance the nervous, circulatory and lymphatic systems, while strengthening the musculoskeletal system, The treatment objectives are to provide overall body health and well-being, by improving motion, correcting altered biomechanics and balancing systemic function. Here is a list of examples of problems treated in osteopathy. - Digestive problems - Problems related to the menstrual cycle - Stress, anxiety, insomnia - Pediatric conditions: congenital torticollis, difficulty in suckling, moodiness, difficulty sleeping and regurgitation.