Physiotherapists are primary health care professionals with a significant role in health promotion and treatment of injury and disease. They combine their in-depth knowledge of the body and how it works with specialized hands-on clinical skills to assess, diagnose and treat symptoms of illness, injury or disability. The primary goals of physiotherapy treatments are to restore function, relieve pain, and provide education and strategies to prevent dysfunction from reoccurring.
Initial Physiotherapy Assessment (60 minutes) - $133
Physiotherapy Follow-up Visit (60 minutes) - $133
Physiotherapy Follow-up Visit (45 minutes) - $101
Physiotherapy Follow-up Visit (30 minutes) - $69
Initial Physiotherapy Pelvic Health Assessment (60 minutes) - $133
Pelvic Health Physiotherapy Follow-up (45 minutes) - $101
Note: Your first appointment with one of our physiotherapists is a 60 minute initial assessment. Follow-up appointments are booked for 30, 45 or 60 minutes based on need. Physiotherapy is covered by most extended health plans.
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Back and neck pain
Peripheral joint pain or stiffness
Core muscle weakness
Pelvic floor dysfunction
Adhesive capsulitis/frozen shoulder
Patello-femoral pain syndrome
Movement pattern dysfunction
Pregnancy related hip, pelvic or sacral pain
Rehabilitation following breast cancer surgery
Illiotibial pain syndrome
Rotator cuff tendonitis
Pelvic Health Physiotherapy
Pelvic health physiotherapists have received specialized education in pelvic floor dysfunction and are trained to do internal vaginal and rectal exams to determine the state of the pelvic floor. The internal exam is essential to assess whether the pelvic floor muscles are weak, the timing is off, or more commonly, they are too tight and need releasing. For the core muscles to properly function, the pelvic floor has to be working optimally. There are several muscles making up the pelvic floor and they have 5 important functions: spinal and pelvic stability and control, sphincter control (continence), support for the pelvic and abdominal organs, sexual arousal, and they act like a sump-pump for fluid in the pelvis.
Pelvic floor dysfunction can occur following low back pain, childbirth, prostate surgery, hysterectomy, abdominal surgery (even laproscopic), constipation or even long periods of poor posture. Symptoms of possible pelvic floor problems include a weak core, incontinence or frequent urination, sacroiliac joint pain, chronic hip or low back pain, consistently tight buttocks or inner thigh muscles, or any pain with intercourse.
Pre and Post Natal Physiotherapy
Physiotherapy in the pre-natal period can help with SI joint pain, hip pain, upper back and neck strain, and prevention or monitoring of diastasis rectus abdominus. It is often beneficial to help establish your baseline pelvic floor status and prepare you for delivery and the first few weeks post partum.
In the post partum period physiotherapy can help reduce vaginal or cesarean section scar tissue and pain, correct any issues with incontinence or prolapse, and functionally correct the core to prepare you for return to physical activity. Remember that Kegel exercises for the pelvic floor are not one size fits all and that returning to physical fitness without proper core-coordination can put you at risk of developing diastasis recti or incontinence in the months following delivery.
Angela Growse, Physiotherapist, FCAMPT
As an experienced manual Physiotherapist and proud mother of two, I love being a part of the team at Rebirth. Multidisciplinary care has personally helped me to optimize my health and wellness in both pregnancy and everyday life, and has made me a better therapist for my clients. As with most things in life, achieving your health goals is always easier with trusted and empathetic support. I received my Masters of Science in Physiotherapy from McMaster University and have been a member of the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario since 2003. As a Fellow with the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapists (FCAMPT) I have engaged in many years of advanced orthopedic clinical reasoning and manual therapy skills, and I am currently an instructor with our national training program. I also hold a Certificate of Contemporary Medical Acupuncture and am a Certified Pelvic Health Physiotherapist. When choosing a treatment approach I like to consider your body as a whole within the context of how you move through your day, not solely focusing on the area you are struggling with. I love a challenge and appreciate the complex nature of pain with both acute and chronic issues. You will be invited to be an active participant in your rehab and I will only use techniques with which you are comfortable. I may use techniques such as manual therapy, acupuncture, spinal manipulation and therapeutic exercise to help you move well and fully participate in your life's adventures. My goal is to empower you and help you regain independence with your health.
Jaclyn Seebach, Physiotherapist - Current Maternity Leave Until April 2019
I am passionate about getting mamas and mamas-to-be active and am excited to be able to do this as part of the Rebirth Team! I want you to know that your body is strong and capable! I want exercise and day-to-day movements to be joy-filled and stress-relieving for you, not fear-filled, painful or another onerous thing on your to-do list. I’d love to help you actively pursue and maintain wellness by establishing an individualized treatment plan that is optimal for your lifestyle, current challenges and goals. Treatment may include exercise prescription, manual therapy techniques, acupuncture and education.
I completed my Masters of Science in Physiotherapy at Dalhousie University in 2009. Post-graduate training interests led me to pursue pelvic health (with a special focus on the female athlete), advanced manual and manipulative therapy and acupuncture through the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute. When not at work, I love trying to keep up with my 3 energetic kids, running (usually slowly), being in the great outdoors and playing the violin and celtic fiddle.