Conditions and Injuries Treated

Injuries Treated at our Toronto and Scarborough Clinics

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At Toronto Physio Therapy, our multidisciplinary clinics treat a variety of injuries and conditions. We also have special rehabilitation programs that can be tailored specifically for your injury.

We have two injury rehabilitation clinic locations in Toronto and Scarborough.

Learn more about injuries that we often treat, below.

Conditions Treated

Neck and Upper Back Pain

Neck  and upper back pain are extremely common injuries that we treat. Particularly in a society where people are accustomed to spending hours at a computer or staring at a phone, which places a lot of strain and postural stress on their muscles.

Lower Back Pain

The low back supports the upper body’s weight and provides us with the ability to do routine movements such as bending and twisting. The back also bears a large amount of the body’s weight while walking, running or engaging in other activities.

Shoulder Injuries

Often we don’t think of our shoulders much on a day to day basis, but when you suddenly experience pain in one of them it can be debilitating. Shoulder injuries can make a normal everyday task such as washing your hair or reaching overhead daunting.

Knee Injuries

The knee is the largest and one of the most complex joints in the body. Since we are so dependent on it, the knee can be especially vulnerable to injury. Knee pain generally requires professional help and prompt treatment.

Lower Leg and Ankle Injuries

The lower leg, ankle and foot operate as a functional unit. The lower leg and ankle can be uniquely affected by traumas that are not traditionally seen in other areas of the body, but can be especially painful.

Foot Injuries

Foot pain is very common amongst patients at our Toronto and Scarborough clinics, especially since the foot is an incredibly complex part of your body, it has 26 bones that are connected by many joints, muscles, tendons, and ligaments.

Elbow Injuries

Elbow pain is most commonly the result of overuse. Certain sports, jobs and pastimes require repeated movements. In some cases, these repetitive motions place significant strain and pressure on the elbow creating pain.

Wrist and Hand Injuries

At one point or another in your life you have probably experienced hand or wrist pain. The wrist is incredibly complex, it is made up of 15 bones, 17 ligaments, 24 tendons, three nerves, two major arteries — and is therefore highly prone to injury.

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