Which Type of Physiotherapy Is Best for You?

Your physical health is one of the most valuable gifts you have in your life. Once you get sick, it’s easier to understand how being healthy is important. So, you can see people are taking regular exercise more seriously and trying to protect their bodies as much as possible. There are many ways to keep your body in shape and prevent further physical problems. At the top of the list is to exercise regularly, and you shouldn’t forget about having a healthy diet. Another way to protect your health is to have physiotherapy sessions. Unfortunately, many people still can’t realize the significant effects and importance of physiotherapy. Here at Yonge Cummer Rehabilitation Clinic, our physiotherapist can significantly help you to treat the pain and discomfort you feel in a specific part of your body and keep yourself as healthy as possible. It’s essential to know how physiotherapy can help you with the problem you are dealing with. You can choose many different types of physiotherapy treatments based on your situation, needs, personal preferences, etc. Having enough information helps you decide wisely and get the desired results. Here we explain the types of physical therapy and which is best for different patients.

Neurological Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is not always about physical treatments. If you suffer from neurological conditions, it can be a good idea to visit an experienced physiotherapist. Your mind is connected to your body, which is why neurological physical therapy can improve the quality of your life. Neurological PT can prevent further deterioration of the muscles after an injury, accident or stroke. Neurological physiotherapists are also able to perform acupuncture treatment if needed.

Geriatric Physiotherapy

Elderly people usually experience different physical ailments like Alzheimer’s disease or cancer. In such cases, senior physiotherapists can design home sessions to prevent injury. An experienced geriatric physiotherapist needs a variety of skills to deal with elderly patients. This group of patients is usually depressed and has lost hope and independence, so it’s necessary to treat them patiently and empathetically. A geriatric physiotherapist can also perform additional treatments like professional massage therapy, which is significantly effective in boosting the mental state of old patients.

Orthopedic Physiotherapy

This type of physical therapy is the most common type of physiotherapy that most patients demand. It’s highly recommended to treat physical injuries caused by a severe car accident, sports, complicated surgery, etc. Some of the following problems can be fixed with the help of orthopedic physical therapy:

  • Arthritis
  • Chronic pain
  • Balance problems
  • Muscles strains
  • Neck pain

Pediatric Physiotherapy

If you worry about your child’s physical health, it’s time to visit a pediatric physiotherapist. Developmental problems in a child up to 15 years old can be treated with the help of a pediatric physiotherapist. For instance, your child may be required to wear custom orthotics which is helpful for walking correctly and having a great posture. Such problems are easier to solve when your child is young, so it can be a good idea to have a consultation with a physiotherapist even if you don’t feel it’s necessary.

Your body is valuable, so try your best to keep it in shape!

Mon – Fri: 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Sat: 9:00 AM – 2:30 PM
Sun: Closed

5925 Yonge St,
North York, ON M2M 3V7

Our physiotherapists are experienced in helping people with various conditions such as:

chronic painful conditions

neck and back pain

headaches or jaw pain

shoulder pain

knee injuries

Plantar Fasciitis