Dear Valued Clients,

Effective March 23, 2020, we began implementing Tele-Rehabilitation for our MVA and WSIB clients. This has been working well, allowing 1:1 interaction between our qualified professionals and our clients using an encrypted video conferencing platform.

It has allowed for continuity of care in circumstances where clinic visits are not possible. It has been an honour to continue to provide education, instruction/teaching, demonstration and to be able to respond to changes in a client's condition in the moment with timely, relevant clinical advice.

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to proceed unpredictably, we want to assure our community that their health and wellness is of primary importance to us. We are now expanding our service provision to provide Tele-rehabilitation to all our existing clients, as appropriate, and new clients who may have had recent injury or surgery that requires a rehabilitative approach.

If you require our professional services, please do not hesitate to contact us through our email portal link, or by telephone. We are here to help you get through this! If you have a scheduled appointment at Point of Balance Physiotherapy in the month of April 2020, consider your appointment postponed. We will keep you informed regarding our re-opening date (tentatively May 4, 2020) contact you to reschedule at that time. We look forward to seeing you all again soon.

3-37 Lindsay St South, Lindsay, ON K9V 2L9
705-878-1175 705-878-0583

Physiotherapy

Our registered physiotherapists have expertise in a number of areas that relate to physical injury and use that knowledge to facilitate the best possible recovery for their clients.

Manual therapy using a variety of approaches may be used along with posture correction and core training. Exercise programs are developed and implemented with consideration of the needs and goals of the individual client.

The use of modalities such as Shockwave therapy, ultrasound, TENS and therapeutic taping lies within the scope of physiotherapy practice. Physiotherapists are authorized to perform medical acupuncture to achieve pain relief, improve tissue health and assist with long-term recovery.


Osteopathic Approach

A physiotherapist who uses osteopathic manual therapy utilizes the body's natural desire for mobility and function to promote health and wellness. Extensive training in palpation, functional anatomy and physiology equips a therapist with the skills and techniques to find the cause of dysfunction within the whole body, not just by treating isolated body parts. Addressing the bones and joints, soft tissue like fascia as well as the visceral and fluidic systems is an effective approach. Cranial techniques play a large role in osteopathic manual therapy.

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