Orthopedic Manual Therapy

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We are CAMPT-certified!

Susan and Heather are Fellows of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT) with over 20 years of orthopedic manual therapy experience.

FCAMPT-certified physiotherapists have completed extensive post-graduate  manual therapy education and have attained internationally recognized qualifications in hands-on manual therapy.

FCAMPT-certified physiotherapists offer advanced clinical expertise and specialized training in hands-on treatments to help you:

Get better  using techniques that meet international standards.

Recover faster by targetting the root cause of the problem.

Stay healthier by educating you about your condition to prevent recurrence.

To learn more about this approach, visit  CAMPT.


Orthopedic manual therapy is the assessment and treatment of joint, neuromuscular or fascial problems with hands-on treatment, education and exercise.

An orthopedic manual therapy assessment often includes:

  • a thorough history
  • a detailed observation of posture, bodymechanics, ergonomics, functional movement patterns
  • a hands-on examination of the relevant articular(joint), myofascial, neural and visceral structures
  • specific tests that help to differentiate the root cause
  • hands-on techniques to reduce pain and restore mobility in the articular, myofascial, neural, visceral systems
  • progressive, individualized exercises to restore timely and coordinated movement patterns, muscle balance and patterning, strength and stability, with integration into function
  • education to help you understand your symptoms and develop the tools to manage your condition independently and prevent relapse.

The key goals are to decrease pain and improve comfort, restore mobility, and improve function so that you can return to doing the things you love!

We treat the following conditions:

  • arthritis
  • 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
  • temporomandible joint disorders
  • fibromyalgia
  • osteoporosis
  • post-surgical
  • general deconditioning
  • chronic persistent pain
  • decreased balance/risk of falls