6 Maginn Mews, Suite 211
Toronto, ON M3C 0G9
CF Shops at Don Mills


Located in the beautiful Shops at Don Mills, we provide a range of of physiotherapy, massage, acupuncture, exercise therapy and other treatments for conditions causing back pain. 

We provide full rehabilitation treatment after injuries, accidents and surgeries. 

Physiotherapy for back pain in Don Mills

Physiotherapy for back pain is effective. Book your appointment


Back Pain Physiotherapy

Lower Back pain is a condition that 80% of the population will deal with at some point in their life. Physiomobility offers a Back Care program which is focused on treating the acute pain and preventing recurrent back pain for individuals of all ages and activity levels. It also helps expecting or new mothers to get rid of the pain and will assist in rehabilitation for patients to fully recover from injuries and after surgeries.

Physiomobility’s Comprehensive Back Pain Treatment

At Physiomobility, your treatment starts with a comprehensive assessment by a registered physiotherapist or chiropractor to find out the cause of pain and how it affects your activities and life. We then devise a treatment plan specific to your condition which involves:

  • Full Rehabilitation program before and after back surgeries
  • Pain management
  • Manual therapy
  • Exercise therapy
  • Education to not only help you to get rid of pain but to stay well and return to work and lifestyle activities safely
  • Help to manage your pain without unnecessary medication, injections or surgery
  • Communication with your doctor to inform them of your plan of care and progress and when a referral is necessary


Most commonly lower back pain is the result of an acute injury, heavy lifting, repetitive sprains, prolonged sitting, and poor posture that puts excessive strain on the spine and surrounding muscles and ligaments. 


The term ‘sciatica’ is used for pain resulting from the compression or irritation of the Sciatica nerve, which is the longest nerve in the human body. It runs from the back of the pelvis right to the feet.

Read more about causes, symptoms and treatment for Sciatica…

SI Joint (Sacroiliac Joint) Pain & Dysfunction

Sacroiliac Joints (SIJ) pain and dysfunction link the lower spine to the pelvis. To form the SI joints, the right tailbone connects with the left sides of the pelvic bones. The SI joints need to form a rigid connection, allowing the person to moves, but only to a certain degree.

Read more about causes, symptoms and treatment for SI joint pain…

Spinal Stenosis

Spinal Stenosis is the narrowing of the foramen and spinal canal, resulting in the nerve roots become compressed. The spinal canal is the center of the spinal column and the spinal foramen passages become narrowed. Spinal stenosis is due to the slow, degenerative aging process of the spine and occasionally due to an injury, causing it to congeal and calcify.

Read more about causes, symptoms and treatment for spinal stenosis…

Degenerative Disc Disease (DDD)

Degenerative Disc Disease (DDD) refers to the arthritic changes in the spinal discs as you grow older. Characterized as soft, the compressible spinal discs allow flexibility and movement. Degenerative disc disease occurs in the lower back and the neck. The changes in the discs cause pain in the neck, back or both and radiating pain to arms or legs.

Read more about causes, symptoms and treatments of DDD…

Pregnancy Related Back Pain

Pregnancy-related back pain is commonly experienced by expecting mothers. The intensity of back pain can be controlled with proper care through physiotherapy, exercising, massage or other treatments. Most pregnant women develop back pain during their second trimester. 



Spondylolisthesis refers to a condition where one vertebral bone slides forward over the bone below it. It happens when there is a problem with one of the small joints that line up the bones in your back. This can cause the vertebral bone to get out of alignment. 

Read more about Spondylolisthesis…

Piriformis Syndrome

A rare disorder, Piriformis syndrome occurs when the piriformis muscle in the buttocks compresses the sciatic nerve. This compression is caused when the piriformis muscle clenches or spasms. The piriformis muscle can compress the nerve during activities like running, climbing stairs or sitting for long periods of time.


Voted one of the best Toronto physiotherapy clinics, we pride ourselves on our quality care and customer service, but don’t just take it from us, read the reviews our customers left on Google. 


We use phone or video consultation to answer your questions and learn more about your condition and your goals. to ensure that we can help you in acheiving your goals and our services are suitable for you. This consultation is free of charge and is aimed to find a practitioner whose expertise and experience best matches your condition. complete the attached form and tell us how we can help.


Do I need a referral from my doctor for physiotherapy?

To see physiotherapists, massage therapists, and chiropractors in Physiomobility, you do not require a doctor’s referral. However, some insurance companies require that you submit a Doctor’s referral with your claim form.

For Orthotics and orthopedic footwear, a requisition by a chiropodist or physician is usually required. Our Chiropodist will complete such referral as part of your Orthotic assessment which is sufficient by most insurance providers; however, some insurance providers only accept physician notes. We recommend that you clarify the requirements with your insurance provider.

For Compression stocking and braces, requisition by a physician is usually required.

*** WE NEED A REFERRAL FROM YOUR PHYSICIAN OR SURGEON for OHIP covered physiotherapy after knee, hip and shoulder replacement operations. If you are not directly referred to our program and would like to receive your post operation rehabilitation in our clinic, you could request a referral from the hospital or we can request an approval on your behalf prior to your operation date. Contact our administration team for more information.

Are your services covered by Insurance?

Most extended health insurance plans cover the cost of the services at Physiomobility. Payment is required at the end of each session. You will be provided with a receipt detailing the type of service you received, applicable fees and provider’s registration number to submit to your insurance provider for reimbursement. If your plan qualifies for direct billing, we will happily submit the claims on your behalf. You will only be responsible for the unpaid balance.

Can you directly bill my insurance provider?

Registered Physiotherapy, Registered Massage Therapy, Chiropractic care, Acupuncture, bracing, and orthotics are generally covered by most extended health insurance policies. We recommend that you call your insurance provider to determine the extent of your coverage.

Physiomobility is an approved provider for direct billing for a growing list of insurance providers. Great-West-Life, Sunlife, Manulife, Desjardins, Johnson are just to name a few. We can assist you to inquire and see if your insurance plan approves direct online billing for you.

If you are being treated for injuries sustained in a car accident or a work-related injury and your claim has been approved we do not require payment directly from you. After your initial assessment, we will submit the appropriate proposed treatment plan to your insurance company and upon approval of the plan, we can bill your insurance company or WSIB directly.

What type of physiotherapy is covered by OHIP?

Rehabilitation programs after knee, hip and shoulder replacement are covered by OHIP in our clinic. Call our office for more information.

What conditions can I receive treatment for at home or virtually?

A variety of conditions are treated by physiotherapists at home or through online video sessions:

  • Back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain and more
  • Knee & hip arthritis pain & joint replacements
  • Rehabilitation before and after surgeries
  • Neurological conditions (Stroke, MS, Parkinson’s)
  • Vestibular disorders (vertigo, dizziness and imbalance)
  • Pelvic floor dysfunction

CLICK HERE to learn more about how to prepare for in-home physiotherapy.

Will my insurer cover In-home or virtual physiotherapy provided by my physiotherapist?

Like any treatment at a clinic, most insurance carriers cover treatments provided by physiotherapists at home or online video physiotherapy . However, you should always call your insurance company and verify what your individual policy covers.


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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