Physiotherapy Blog

What does a physiotherapist do? Physical therapists or physiotherapists are experts in human movement and function and work to help people improve their physical mobility, strength, and flexibility. Their roles include the evaluation, assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of physical impairments, disabilities, and pain caused by injury, illness, or other conditions. Physical therapists are experts in […]

Have you experienced a fall? Have you nearly fallen and are afraid that this may happen again? Do you occasionally feel lightheaded? Are you more cautious when using stairs or other steep areas? Do you get nervous driving at night or when it rains? Being in dark or busy places makes you uncomfortable? Every year, […]

Our team of trained and certified acupuncturists at Physiomobility will work with you to create a personalized treatment plan that addresses your specific health concerns. At Physiomobility, we practice Medical Acupuncture and dry needling, also known as Western Acupuncture, which uses stimulating trigger points and regional points. We also use Traditional Chinese Medicine points for […]

Our team of experienced physiotherapists at Physiomobility are trained to provide targeted and effective therapy to alleviate pain and improve flexibility. Tight and sore muscles are a common condition that affect our population. Tight muscles can be referred to as muscle stiffness, which may be due to poor posture, inactivity, or overuse. On the other […]

The Bottom Line: Shock wave therapy encourages a quicker and more efficient healing process than conservative therapy alone by encouraging the body’s natural healing processes. Specifically for chronic lower back pain originating from muscle injury or active trigger points in the muscles.  Back pain can be effectively reduced by a number of biological responses that […]

The Bottomline: Neuropathy is one of the conditions that commonly affects patients suffering from diabetes. Diabetic Neuropathic Pain (DNP) is partly due to insufficient blood supply to nerve endings in hands and mostly in feet.  Patients with diabetes may experience decreased circulation, pain, tingling or numbness in their feet all the times regardless of the […]

As winter approaches, occasional slip-and-fall accidents are inevitable. Hidden ice patches can be a hazard for everyone, even the fittest among us. From a strained back muscle, dislocated shoulder to more severe injuries such as fractures, falling can cause a variety of injuries. Thankfully, there are lots of easy strategies you may use to prevent […]

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The Bottom Line   When facilities for organized recreation and sports were shut, lockdown measures lead to more sedentary behavior, which has unintentional negative effects.   People who are less fit and active have a higher risk of getting high blood pressure and other health conditions.   During and after the COVID-19 pandemic, encouraging physical […]




Physiomobility continues to remain open and is not part of the lockdown. We continue to have rigorous disinfection policies and procedures in place to ensure the safety of our community and are open for patient in-person visits with all of our practitioners.

Virtual appointments are available and encouraged for those who are at a heightened risk of illness.

We remain focused on our quality of care & our continued commitment to helping our patients feel their best. For further assistance, you can contact us at 416-444-4800 during our opening hours. 

The Physiomobility Team