Frequently Asked Questions

Who can benefit from Physiotherapy treatment?

Most everybody!

Physiotherapy treatment targets pain from current and past ailments of the following:

  • Repetitive strain injuries
  • Back or neck pain including degenerative disc disease
  • Scoliosis
  • Osteoporosis
  • Osteopenia
  • Nerve impingement
  • Disc herniation
  • Arthritis
  • Whiplash
  • Rib pain
  • Pain with cough or sneeze
  • Shoulder pain injury
  • Elbow and wrist pain
  • Hip pain injury
  • Knee pain injury
  • Ankle and foot pain injury
  • Sports injury
  • Musculoskeletal injury
  • Motor vehicle accident or car accident 
  • Post surgical rehabilitation
  • Lymphedema and swelling
  • Chronic pain
  • Neurological deficits such as stroke and diabetes

This list is not exhaustive please give us a call 

Back To Top

What should I wear?

Loose comfortable clothing is best. Please bring a pair of shorts if your Physiotherapist is looking at your lower back or lower extremities, and a top that exposes your shoulder blades and arms if your Physiotherapist is looking at your rib cage, neck and upper extremities.

Back To Top

Is Physiotherapy covered by insurance?

Private insurance plans do cover Physiotherapy with a registered Physiotherapist and at East Gwillimbury Physiotherapy we direct bill.  Please click here for more info.

Back To Top

What are your fees?

To view our fee schedule please click here.

Back To Top

Do I need a Doctor’s referral?

No, Physiotherapists are primary care health professionals. If you injure yourself, have pain or just an inquiry, you do not have to go to your doctor first.

Back To Top

Do you direct bill Physiotherapy fees?

Yes we do, most insurance plans allow us to direct bill.  For the full list of insurance plans we can direct bill click here.

Back To Top

Do you have parking?

Yes, at both our Newmarket and Holland Landing Physiotherapy locations we have ample free parking available

Back To Top

What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is a safe, natural, drugless therapy involving movement of the muscles and joints, in which the Physiotherapist aids in healing injured joints or prevent injury.  Repetition correlating with instruction by the physiotherapist, expands limited range of motion, reduces pain, and corrects potential problems of movement. Click to Read More…

Back To Top

Ask The Therapist

Feel free to contact us with any questions through the below form;