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Physiomobility Don Mills

TORONTO'S TOP RATED PHYSIOTHERAPY, CHIROPRACTIC & MASSAGE CLINIC

At Physiomobility Don Mills, we treat a range of orthopaedic conditions & sports related injuries. We offer comprehensive rehabilitation programs for before and after surgeries, work related and car accident related injuries by a team of experienced & qualified practitioners in a state of the art facility located in CF Shops at Don Mills.

  • Direct billing to most insurance providers
  • Free parking
  • Evenings & Saturday appointments

Back Pain, Sciatica, Degenerative Disc Disorder (DDD)


Chiropractic for back pain

Lower Back pain is a condition that 80% of the population will deal with at some point in their life. Physiomobility offers a comprehensive treatment for acute and chronic back pain focused on addressing the cause of pain, managing pain but more importantly preventing recurrent back pain...

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Neck Pain, Headache & Nerve Impingement


How Orthopedic Physiotherapy Can Treat Whiplash

Neck pain is often accompanied by a variety of symptoms such as headache, pins & needles, numbness and weakness in arms and hands. Some of the most common causes include: Sprains & strains, Whiplash, Sports injuries, Poor posture, Arthritis, Repetitive motion during work or play &...

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Shoulder Pain & Rotator Cuff Injuries


Frozen shoulder

Shoulder pain may have many causes including Rotator Cuff injuries due to the degeneration, inflammation, or trauma to the tendons surrounding the shoulder joint. Shoulder pain can also be caused by Frozen shoulder, bursitis and arthritis. Typically, pain worsens at night...

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Osteoarthritis & Rheumatoid arthritis


Physiotherapy clinic in Toronto

Arthritis affects many adults. It is different from wear and tear that affects joints and is considered a normal part of aging. Arthritis is an inflammatory condition that causes pain, swelling, stiffness and weakness. Maintaining proper mobility and strength is the key in proper management.

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Tennis Elbow, Golfer's Elbow, Carpal Tunnel (CTS)


Physiotherapy for Tennis elbow

Tennis elbow, Golfer's elbow and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome are common pain conditions caused due to repetitive use of the forearm, arm, and hand muscles. Extensive use of computer, playing musical instruments, pregnancy can cause pain, weakness, tingling & numbness in forearm and hands...

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Knee & hip pain conditions and injuries


Knee injury

Knees & hips are key joints to help you move and engage in most of your daily activities. Stability & proper function of these joints are achieved through good alignment, strength and health of structures building these joints such as muscles, tendons, ligaments and cartilage. Knee & hip joints are specifically prone to wear & tear and injuries...

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Foot & Ankle Pain, Achillis Tendonitis, Plantar Fasciatis


SWT- Physiomobility Don Mills

There are a number of causes of heel and foot pain but the most common one is Plantar Fasciitis. It is caused due to inflammation of fascia, the main arch ligament in the foot. Ankle pain can be caused by Achilles Tendonitis, joint arthritis, sprains and strains and many other conditions...

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Physiotherapy before & after Knee & Hip Replacement & other operations


Knee replacement physiotherapy in Don Mills

Successful surgery is a combination of appropriate and skillful surgical techniques or procedures, proper nursing care and finally a comprehensive rehabilitation program that is tailored to patient's need and is progressive in nature.

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Car Accident Related Injuries (MVA)


Neck pain; 5 Common Questions About Neck Pain and Their Answers

Our Physiotherapists in Toronto treat a wide variety of injuries as a result of Motor Vehicle Accidents (MVA). Car accident injuries commonly include whiplash injuries to neck and back as well as shoulder, hip and knee traumas. Fortunately, only a small percentage of motor vehicle accidents result in more serious injuries such as fractures, head injuries or spinal cord injuries.

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Work Related Injuries covered by WSIB


Work related injuries

Work-related injuries and conditions are commonly treated by physiotherapists. Work-related injuries can range from repetitive sprain syndromes, back injuries due to lifting and carrying, falls and more serious injuries. Not only can our physiotherapists in Toronto assist you at sports injuries, but they can also assist you at work-related injuries...

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Jaw Pain (TMJ Disorder)


TMJ pain

The Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) connects the lower jaw to the temporal bone that lies in front of the ears on either side. This joint, along with surrounding muscles and tendons, controls the movement of the jaw. Muscular imbalance in the jaw or the neck leads to TMJ dysfunction causing Pain in the jaw & ears and while chewing food as well as difficulty opening or closing the mouth.

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Chronic Pain & Fibromyalgia


Pain treatment

We are proud to offer one of the first outpatient Fibromyalgia management programs to be focused, not only on pain management but also on increasing functional abilities. Our approach is based on Biopsychosocial concept for treating chronic pain.

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Why Choose Physiomobility Don Mills


  • One on one treatment time with your therapists
  • Supervised exercise programs by exercise therapists
  • Private treatment rooms, fully equipped gym & exercise studio
  • Early morning, late evening and Saturday appointments
  • Assessments arranged within 2 days for most services
  • Direct billing for most insurance companies, WSIB & MVA 
  • Text reminders for your appointments
  • Ample FREE covered parking, Wheelchair accessible
  • We do not need a referral from a doctor.  After an assessment, we may refer you to your physician for more testing or a referral to a specialist if needed or if your progress is not as expected. Your family physician is an important member of your care team. With your permission, we will communicate your plan of care and your progress with your doctor.