Conventional physiotherapy

Conventional therapy is provided to treat musculoskeletal injuries and conditions such as :

  • ligament sprains and muscle strains
  • herniated disc
  • tendinitis
  • bursitis
  • fracture
  • torn meniscus and torn ligaments of the knee
  • arthrosis, arthritis
  • postural problems, scoliosis
  • headaches
  • calcifications
  • chondromalacia, Osgood Schlatter’s disease
  • pre and post-operative conditions
  • etc.

A full evaluation of your condition will be done, after which your treatment goals will be established, such as

  • decrease pain and inflammation
  • increase flexibility and mobility
  • return to your normal function
  • increase strength and endurance
  • improve balance
  • correct muscular and articular dysfunctions


In order to attain your goals, treatment may consist of :

  • Education, to provide you with information on your particular condition and to discuss ways for you to control pain and improve function
  • Manual therapy, to decrease pain and improve mobility, strength and function
  • Electrotherapy,  such as interferential current, electrical stimulation, iontophoresis, ultrasound and TENS to decrease pain and promote healing
  • Ice, heat, hydrotherapy, paraffine wax therapy, taping techniques