FAQ Physiotherapy

Is There A Waiting List?

Physiotherapy schedules normally allow for appointments within the week you call, so there is no waiting list. Our receptionists will inform you of the closest available opening, including if it’s the same day you call.

How Long Does The First Appointment Last?

Initial meetings run from 30 to 40 minutes, accounting for the initial consultation. Subsequent sessions last 20 to 30 minutes each.

How Many Sessions Do I Need?

The number of sessions will vary. Please discuss this with a medical professional or with the therapist during the initial consultation. This matter is handled on a case by case basis, so there is no “standard number” of sessions.

Can I Schedule An Appointment On A Weekend?

Saturday appointments are available from 8 am to 12 pm. If you wish to schedule a session on a Sunday or holiday, please contact us for availability.

How Do I Book?

You can call one of our receptionists. Or you can book online. Both methods will allow you to choose a date and time that is most convenient for you.

How Do I Pay?

The reception area processes all private client payments. If you are here due to DVA or EPC referrals, we process the payment online. If this is a matter of worker’s compensation, all invoices are sent to your insurance company.

What Should I Wear?

Loose-fitting clothing is recommended. If your treatment targets the lower limb, wear shorts that you can remove easily.

What Conditions Can You Treat?

Physiotherapy and hydrotherapy are beneficial for a number of physical conditions. Both can also help alleviate aches, pains, and address post-injury trauma.

Our physiotherapists can also offer help with sciatica. We have a great deal of experience addressing this problem, both in treating the condition and using massage to provide post-treatment care.

If I’m Injured, Should I Stop Exercising?

Depending on the severity of the injury, that is possible. We recommend consulting with a medical professional to be sure.

I have sciatica. Can a Physio help this?

Sciatica is generally caused by a disc injury to the lower back. Our physiotherapists are very experienced in this pathology and it is best to see them first. Once the condition has resolved then massage therapy can begin.

What conditions can Physiotherapy treat?

Physiotherapy is beneficial for any pain, injury or condition you may have in your body.