About the Rehabilitation Clinic
Take charge of your recovery.
Our main target audience is people who are looking to take charge of their own recovery under the guidance of experienced clinicians. We are a premium clinic, offering one on one sessions in an environment that is designed to help people get back to moving and feeling better.
Choose your treatment.
Our facility offers Physiotherapy, Chiropractic, and Massage Therapy with a wide array of modalities depending on your specific needs.
Chiropractors treat a large range of maladies related to the spine, pelvis, extremities and the nervous system. After a thorough patient history and physical exam, a chiropractor provides a hands-on, non-invasive, and drug-free approach using a combination of treatments, including manipulations, hands-on therapies, exercise prescriptions and lifestyle counselling. A chiropractor is an integral part of our primary healthcare team.
Human movement and potential.
Movement-based Physiotherapy provided by therapists with a deep understanding of human movement and potential. Patients will be expected to work hard, and achieve results, which will translate to true recovery and return to full activity.
All appointments are 1-on-1 with your Physiotherapist, ranging from 30-60 minutes.
At MOVE TO MOVE, we strongly believe in an active approach to therapy. Whether you are attending sessions for injury prevention or recovering from an injury, the therapist will ask you to perform various movement patterns throughout your session to assess, treat and eventually create an effective home exercise program specifically designed for you.
To be effective, an exercise program should be progressive, allowing you to gradually gain mobility and control over time. This approach enables your body to move better and return to a pain-free active lifestyle.
Our team is highly knowledgeable and educated in exercise therapy. Our therapists have certifications from Functional Range Systems (FRS), Titleist Performance Institute (TPI), Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), and the Ido Portal Method.
A specialized form of therapy used to assess and treat vestibular disorders or symptoms such as dizziness, vertigo, visual disturbances and loss of balance.
Therapists require additional training to perform this comprehensive assessment to identify the patient’s specific problem.
Concussion is a mild traumatic injury to the brain caused by a blow to the head.
As every concussion is unique and can present with a variety of symptoms such as headaches, neck pain, dizziness and balance problems. Our physiotherapists have the knowledge and skill to guide you through safe return to work, daily living and sport.
Shockwave therapy is a soundwave which carries high energy to painful spots and myoskeletal tissues with subacute and chronic conditions. This energy helps to accelerate the healing process in the body by stimulating the metabolism and enhancing blood circulation to regenerate damaged tissue of the bones, tendons and other soft tissues.
In many instances, shockwave therapy treatments have proven to be effective in cases where the human body has not been able to heal itself on its own.
Have you been involved in a Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA)?
1. Call your insurance company
2. Book a physiotherapy appointment
It’s important to know that even the mildest accidents can lead to injuries, and that these injuries may not show symptoms right away but can lead to significant pain, discomfort, and loss of function at later times.
In Alberta, you can start your physiotherapy treatment even before you see your family doctor, and it is very likely that your treatment will be covered by your car insurance. All persons involved in an accident, both drivers and passengers, are eligible for treatment under the Motor Vehicle Act.
At MOVE TO MOVE, our therapists have a deep knowledge of the MVA injuries and most effective treatments for resolving them.
During your first visit you will be assessed and treated, and the proper reporting will be sent to your insurance company. Treatments for MVA are billed directly to your insurance company. Your therapist will communicate with your claims officer to ensure you get the treatments you need to recover fully.
Pain Relief, Reduced Muscle Tension, Relaxation.
Our Massage therapists treat using various techniques from sports & deep tissue massage, fascial therapy, myofascial cupping, scar management, and education.
For all new clients, please book at least a 60 minute treatment to allow for a small assessment period. Follow-up sessions range from 45-90 minutes. Our therapists will notify you as to what timeframe is most appropriate based on your physical needs.
Trigger points can be defined as an area within a skeletal muscle or fascia that is painful on compression and that can give rise to characteristics referred to as pain and tenderness.
Through touch, the therapist explores the taut band to locate the spot of maximum tenderness (the trigger point).
The therapist then uses various techniques to reduce the neurological tension at the trigger point, to provide relief from discomfort and to re-educate the muscles to perform pain-free movement patterns.
Sports Massage is a specialized form of massage that helps to alleviate the stress and tension which builds up in the body’s soft tissues during physical activity. Repetitive sport specific movement can directly affect a particular muscle or group of muscles and other tissues. Working on these muscles will help the athlete prepare their bodies to function well during training, recover after the activity, and achieve their optimal performance.
Fascia is an uninterrupted three-dimensional web of dense connective tissue surrounding muscles. Fascia have been shown to play a significant role in movement, distributing forces and allowing the muscles to perform correctly. Fascia can become compromised via adhesions, scar tissue, and tightness, which can cause significant pain and limitations to movement. Therapists use a number of different techniques to affect the fascial system, including use of cups, tools, and manual release.