Welcome to Core Connections Physiotherapy

COVID-19 update

We hope you and your loved ones are all staying safe and healthy during these times.

We are continuing to provide Tele-health services to all of our clients during this time when our clinic is closed until further notice due to COVID-19. 
Please email your physiotherapist below if you have any concerns about your symptoms or questions about your exercises. We are happy to help in any way we can.

If you are a new client and would like to book a Tele-health physiotherapy appointment, please email reception@core-connections.ca or call 613-291-2956. 
Heather: heather@core-connections.ca
Karine: karine@core-connections.ca
Monate: monate@core-connections.ca
Rachel: rachel@core-connections.ca
Sue: sue@core-connections.ca
What is Tele-health physiotherapy?
Tele-health physiotherapy, also known as virtual care, is the delivery of professional physiotherapy services at a distance, using telecommunications (videoconferencing) technology. Tele-health physiotherapy relates to all aspects of patient care including the patient interview, physical assessment and diagnosis, treatment, exercise prescription, and education. Physiotherapists that provide tele-health adhere to all existing practice requirements, including the scope of practice of the profession, the standards of professional practice, the code of ethics, as well as any provincial and federal laws that guide practice.
Will my insurance cover a Tele-health physiotherapy appointment?.
We recommend that you call your insurance company to find out the details of your plan. Companies that previously required a physician’s referral for physiotherapy services likely no longer do, given new legislation that has been put in place during this time of pandemic.
How do I know if I will benefit from a Tele-health physiotherapy appointment?
Talk to your physiotherapist to determine if your treatment goals can be effectively met through tele-health physiotherapy.
What equipment do I need to have a Tele-health physiotherapy appointment?
You will need a laptop or tablet or phone with a screen, camera and microphone. A phone consultation is also an option if the above are not available to you.
How secure and private are services provided by Tele-health?
Our Tele-health provider uses 128-bit GCM encryption – the same standard most banks use to protect your financial information.



Stay healthy and well.  
We look forward to connecting with you all by phone or tele-health and we look forward to seeing you when we reopen our clinic doors.

Heather, Karine, Monate, Rachel and Sue



Georgia O'Keefe "red Poppy" 1927



We are a dedicated group physiotherapists working closely as a team to provide excellence in orthopedic manual therapy, pelvic health physiotherapy and pre and post-natal physiotherapy.

Our clinic is located in Westboro on Richmond Road, directly across from Mountain Equipment Coop. We are within less than 10 minutes walking distance from the Westboro transitway and there is free street parking in front of the clinic. 

We provide services in the following areas:

Orthopedic Manual Therapy  

    • headaches
    • neck and shoulder pain
    • thorax pain
    • low back and sacroiliac joint pain
    • sciatica and other nerve problems
    • hip and knee osteoarthritis
    • foot and ankle pain
    • postural problems
    • repetitive strain injuries
    • sports injuries
    • fibromyalgia
    • osteoporosis

Pelvic Health Physiotherapy

    • urinary urgency and incontinence
    • urinary frequency
    • pelvic organ prolapse
    • vestibulodynia
    • vaginismus
    • dyspareunia
    • overactive bladder syndrome
    • genitourinary syndrome of menopause
    • bladder pain syndrome
    • chronic constipation and straining
    • fissures and hemorrhoids
    • fecal urgency and incontinence
    • post-prostatectomy urinary incontinence
    • chronic pelvic pain syndrome
    • chronic non-bacterial prostatitis
    • pudendal neuralgia
    • vaginal stenosis
    • voiding dysfunctions

Pre and Post-natal Physiotherapy 

    • education & exercise for pregnancy, labor and birthing and post-natal recovery
    • pregnancy-related pelvic girdle pain
    • diastasis rectus abdominus
    • perineal or episiotomy or C-section scar tissue 
    • pelvic health conditions including incontinence and prolapse
    • breastfeeding conditions including blocked ducts