What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is a treatment method that focuses on the science of movement and helps people to restore, maintain and maximize their physical strength, function, motion and overall well-being by addressing the underlying physical issues.  Physiotherapy helps prevent injury and disability; manage acute and chronic conditions; improve and maintain optimal physical performance; rehabilitate injury and the effects of disease or disability; and educate patients to prevent re-occurrence of an injury.

The Goal

Once your body is moving and performing better, and your improvement is substantial enough, we will graduate you to performance training. Throughout the transformation, we will provide you with all the basic exercise and training equipment needed to continue the same great work at home. We are going to teach this by showing you exactly what you should be doing to make sure the results you obtain are not only immediate but also permanent.

  • Performance Training

  • Rehabilitation Equipment

  • Maintenance Care Membership

  • Individualized Supplements

  • Blood Specific Enzymes

  • Custom Fit Orthotics

The definition of strength training is moving the joints through a range of motion against resistance, requiring the muscles to expend energy and contract forcefully to move the bones.

Strength training can be done using several types of resistance, with or without equipment. Strength training is used to strengthen the muscles, tendons, bones and ligaments and to increase muscle mass.

Injury prevention, however, is one benefit that is often overlooked when discussing strength training. This is unfortunate as it is a very effective tool for a variety of reasons. Strength training improves the strength of the whole body, especially the muscles, tendons, ligaments and bones. Stronger muscles and tendons help hold the body in proper alignment or posture. This protects the bones and joints while moving or when under impact. The bones become stronger due to the load being exerted on them during training. The ligaments become stronger, and therefore better at holding bones in place. It also increases shock absorption during dynamic movements.