Advanced Physiotherapy was established in the Barrhaven neighbourhood of Nepean in 1997. Our physiotherapy services are ideal for the treatment of sports injuries, neck and back pain, joint or muscle injuries and post-surgical care. Our team of registered physiotherapists provides a wide range of treatment options, giving a unique treatment plan to each of our patients.
Your treatment is important to us, and we want to make sure you are involved in every step of it. You’ll receive detailed information on your condition and the therapy options available, all without the use of drugs and invasive procedures. Whether you’re treating a sports injury or a chronic condition, our therapy options will help to restore your mobility and strength, as well as relieving your pain and stress.
Acupuncture involves stimulating certain points on the body by inserting needles into the skin for the purpose of relieving pain and reducing inflammation. We offer this service, administered by our experienced team of physiotherapists.
Dry needling is a treatment for muscle tightness and spasm which commonly follows injuries and often accompanies the degenerative process. Small, thin needles are inserted in the muscles at the trigger point causing the pain. The muscles would then contract and release, improving flexibility of the muscles and decreasing pain.
Craniosacral therapy is an alternative form of medicine intended to relieve pain and tension by gently manipulating the skull and sacrum with therapeutic touching. These soft-touch techniques are intended to enhance the body’s ability to self-correct by releasing the tension around your brain and spinal cord caused by everyday stresses and strains.
The butler technique is used to treat neurological pain originating from injuries of the spine (discs-sciatica) or extremities (muscular).
Call our office for more information or to set an appointment today. We are located in the Barrhaven Plaza (KFC Mall) on Fallowfield, and free parking is available in the plaza. There is street level access to the building.