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Understanding Physiotherapy

A degree is required to work in the healthcare field. A range of conditions associated with different systems of the body can be improved by physios, such as:

  • Neurological conditions (stroke, MS, Parkinson's)
  • Neuromusculoskeletal disorders (back pain, neck pain, knee pain, joint pain, whiplash injuries, sports injuries, arthritis)
  • Rehabilitation after a heart attack and chronic heart disease.
  • Respiratory conditions include asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and cystic fibrosis.

Other common conditions treated by our physiotherapy clinic:

  • Joint dysfunction (arthritis, poor posture issues, frozen shoulder, shoulder joint issues)
  • Fractures & Joint Problems
  • Mobility Challenges
  • Sports Injuries
  • Strokes
  • Whiplash / Motor Vehicle Injuries
  • Tendonitis
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Balance Issues
  • Connective tissue disorders
  • Digestive Issues
  • Emotional Issues
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Pelvic health

There are a number of specialisms in health and social care that the Physiotherapists work in. However, some are involved in education, research and service management as well.


Do you want one of the best Physiotherapy solutions for a long term or recent injury? At Nose Creek Physiotherapy, we offer Physiotherapy, Massage Therapy, and Custom Orthotics along with Shockwave Therapy all provided by expert and specialized health professionals. When working with Nose Creek Physiotherapy you can count on premium, one to one treatment from start to finish.

Registered Physiotherapy Services

If you're like the majority of people, you're always busy. The constant motion causes damage to your body. This can lead to injury or discomfort. Whether you are experiencing soreness in your spine, or you injured your neck, shoulder, knee, or any area of the body, Nose Creek Physiotherapy can assist you return on track - swiftly.

Whether you are looking for simple evaluation, complete therapy, or protection against re-injury, Nose Creek Physiotherapy is the name you can trust for your needs.

Move Faster, Feel Better

We're not just proficient at revealing the causes for the constant pain you are feeling; our staff of physiotherapy professionals are seasoned pros who will additionally create a helpful rehabilitation path together with develop an individualized prevention plan of action that you can use around the house or your job. Share your concerns with us and we'll help you find solutions.

Receiving treatment should never feel like a hassle. You only really need to make one call to get your therapy started. Say goodbye to corresponding back and forth among separate practices with different professions. We have the therapies required to get you moving once again pain free. It's easy: no more juggling your schedule and no more frustrations.

We understand you want a Physiotherapy practice that is accessible, trustworthy, accomplished, and pleasant. At Nose Creek Physiotherapy, we strive to meet every requirement of our valuable clients. Give us a call today.

We provide Physiotherapy services Calgary to four types of clients:

  • Private (pay and get reimbursed through extended health benefits)
  • MVC (motor vehicle collision)
  • Alberta Health Services (publicly funded fractures, surgeries and low income)
  • WCB (Workers Compensation Board)

Assessing the Injury

When you meet with your Nose Creek Physiotherapy , they will begin by looking for reduced mobility or stiffness in the joint. These joints, once identified, are mobilized and/or manipulated.

Correcting Muscle Imbalance

Your Nose Creek Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy corrects muscle imbalances in one of two ways:

  • For weak muscles, appropriate exercises are prescribed to strengthen them to optimum levels.
  • For tight muscles, your physical therapists will prescribe stretches to lengthen muscles to original length.

Nerve Treatment

Your Nose Creek Physiotherapy will measure the mobility of key nerves that connect from your spinal cord to your muscles. Once they have identified where the nerve is being impinged, specific techniques will be applied to mobilize the nerve and restore normal mobility and function.

Muscle Stimulation Current

This therapy is used to reduce muscle atrophy after an injury has made it through the inflammatory phase of the healing process. It's often applied to the muscles parallel to the spine, knee and rotator cuff muscles. The current reboots the nerve if it's been pinched or inhibited which then signals the muscle to contract more efficiently.

A Wide Variety of Health Benefits

If you have suffered a serious injury, surgery or illness, you are likely to benefit greatly from receiving physical therapy. This form of rehabilitation involves working closely with a PT specialist to restore strength, mobility and function, and speed recovery, to injured areas of the body.

In addition to helping you regain movement and independence, PT can improve your overall fitness level by strengthening weak parts of your body.

FAQs on Physio Treatment

What Can I Expect During A Treatment Session?

During a typical appointment, your Physiotherapists will assess your condition using their hands, eyes and ears. They may also use other tools such as goniometers, inclinometers, dynamometry devices, ultrasound machines, etc. Your Physiotherapist will make recommendations based upon what he or she observes. You'll receive individualized care tailored specifically to your needs.

How Long Does Each Visit Last?

Typically, our visits range between 30-60 minutes depending on how much time we need to spend assessing your problem. We do not charge extra for longer appointments.

Can My Insurance Cover Physio Treatments?

Yes! Our practice accepts major insurance companies. But to be sure please check with our staff before booking an appointment with us.

How Do I Choose A Physiotherapist?

The best way to select a physiotherapist is to ask friends who've had similar conditions or problems. If you're unsure whether this would help, talk to your doctor first. He or she should know which clinic offers the type of care you require.
Most of all please make sure you choose a Registered Physiotherapist.

Another important thing to keep in mind when choosing your therapist is that they should be able to provide you with effective treatment options tailored specifically to your needs because some specialize in treating sports injuries, while others focus on musculoskeletal conditions and pain management. 

Who Is A Physiotherapist?

A physiotherapist is an allied health professional who helps people with physical problems. They work in hospitals, clinics and private practices to help patients recover from injuries or illnesses that affect their muscles, bones, joints, nerves, tendons, ligaments, blood vessels, skin, eyes and ears.

Do You Need A Referral To See A Physiotherapist? If So, Whom Should I Contact?

You don't need a referral but you must first speak with your family doctor about any conditions that might require a physiotherapy service. Then call our office to schedule an initial consultation.

What Other Services Do Our Experienced Physiotherapists Provide?

Our team of qualified physiotherapy specialist can provide a wide range of health services including manual therapy techniques (joint manipulations, muscle tone improvement), massage therapy services (deep tissue, relaxing, soft tissue release techniques), shockwave therapy, foot care specialists, exercise-based program, dry needling, gait analysis, and range of programs.

Experienced Physiotherapy Providers

Our team of physiotherapists can provide a wide range of health services including manual therapy techniques (joint manipulations, muscle tone improvement), massage therapy services (deep tissue, relaxing, soft tissue release techniques), shockwave therapy, foot care specialists, exercise-based program, dry needling, gait analysis, and range of programs.

Why choose Us?

We're dedicated to providing quality service to all our clients. You'll receive a thorough physiotherapy assessment of your condition during your first visit with a Registered Physiotherapist. 

That means treating every patient like a person rather than just another number. After a thorough understanding of what's going on in your body we will develop a treatment plan tailored specifically to your needs.

Book your appointment today, direct billing available!

Monday: 6:45AM–7:15PM
Tuesday: 6:45AM–7:15PM
Wednesday: 6:45AM–7:15PM
Thursday: 6:45AM–7:15PM
Friday: 6:45AM–7:15PM
Saturday: 8AM–2PM
Sunday: Closed

Insurance Covered Physiotherapy. Extended Health Coverage Direct Billing Available.

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