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About Physiomobility

At Physiomobility clinics, we provide hands-on treatments and specialized programs by qualified practitioners for orthopaedic and neurological conditions, sports injuries, work related, personal and motor vehicle injuries, arthritis and osteoporosis as well as pain management, all in state of the art facilities. Our physiotherapy Toronto clinic is located in Shops at Don Mills nad we cover the entire Toronto GTA through our Home care physiotherapy program.

Back pain? You need exercise more than pills… Low back pain is one of the most common chronic pains that people face all around the world. This sometimes disabling pain is not specific to any age group. Children as young as 12 have reported chronic pain.  According to an independent research, it was ascertained that […]

Menieres disease is a disorder that affects the inner ear. It is also known as idiopathic endolymphatic hydrops. It normally only affects one ear and is characterized by episodes of vertigo, tinnitus and severe pain in the ear and occasionally and progressive loss of hearing. The inner ear is responsible for many different functions including balance […]

According to numerous independent studies approximately only 10% of the world’s population has perfect feet. By perfect we do not mean beautiful feet that would make the cover of a fashion magazine, but feet that are perfect in structure, biomechanics and functionality. This study means that that 90% of the world’s population have feet that […]

While dizziness affects people of all age groups, it is a more common complain among older individuals. Most commonly, being dizzy is associated with the use of different medications and age-related changes among elderly individuals. However, vertigo without an apparent reason is an alarming situation as it can be a symptom of different health-related conditions, […]

Characterized by pain and muscle weakness, Tennis Elbow is a musculoskeletal condition that’s caused due to strain resulting from repetitive use of the forearm extensor muscle. Physiotherapy is the first line of treatment options for tennis elbow. While athletes, particularly tennis players, are at a greater risk of developing the condition, tennis elbow can affect […]

Pregnancy and labour significantly affects a woman’s pelvic health, making a trained pelvic health physiotherapist an integral part of any woman’s prenatal and postpartum care team. Expectant mothers, and those immediately postpartum, can benefit from a pelvic floor health assessment for common conditions such as: LOW BACK PAIN AND SCIATICA Low back pain is commonly […]