(Physiotherapy)

Through mobilisation, manipulation, exercise and manual therapy, Physiotherapy aims to restore normal function to patients suffering a wide range of injuries, pain, limited movement, and discomforts. Physiotherapy is primarily concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of injuries involving the neuromusculoskeletal system.
  • NEURO – Nerves
  • MUSCULO – Muscles and Tendons
  • SKELETAL – Bones, Joints, Cartilage, and ligaments
Damage to one of these structures may result in pain, ‘pins and needles’/numbness, swelling, bruising, stiffness or weakness. The Physiotherapist’s role is to establish which structure has been damaged and, ideally, how it was damaged. By understanding what caused the injury we can focus on treating it and prevent the injury from recurring. In addition to spending time listening to each patient’s recount of their injury, we perform numerous diagnostic tests to determine both the nature and the probable cause of the injury. Then, according to which structures have been damaged, the physiotherapist may use their hands to mobilise stiff joints and/or release tight muscles, provide a program of exercises to strengthen weak structures, and advise as to what activities to do or to avoid accelerating recovery. The principal focus of treatment is then on restoring normal, symmetrical, pain-free movement. And, because it is ‘abnormal’ asymmetrical movement that often leads to injury, Horton Park Physiotherapy can prevent injury by identifying and correcting such movement asymmetries. Whether you are rehabilitating from surgery, have developed pain through overuse, or have suffered an acute injury, why not get in touch, and get better, faster. Our Physiotherapists will help you get quickly on the road to recovery. Involved in a motor vehicle accident, workplace injury or home related injury, call or text us today for an assessment. Alternatively, make an appointment with us online today!

SERVICES ADD-ON
FACE MASSAGE: $20.00
Intensify the restorative properties of your massage, relieve stress and tension, and rid the body of toxins with the thermotherapeutic effects of our relaxing hot stone massage.
HOT STONE THERAPY: $15.00
Tired feet and legs find relief with our Reviving Foot Scrub Elevation. An all-natural therapeutic scrub provides maximum hydration and exfoliation to the feet, while aromatherapy blends of Lemongrass, Tea Tree Oil, Basil, and Lavender essential oils help Revive the skin.
DYNAMIC CUPPING: $20.00
Dynamic Cupping is a massage technique that uses soft silicone cups. The suction, caused by negative air pressure, creates a “drawing” action of the tissues. The lasting results are highly effective at separating tissue layers that may be consistently tight, adhered together, or knotted.
PARAFFIN WAX HANDS & FEET: $20.00
Cosmetically, paraffin wax is often applied to the hands and feet. The wax is a natural emollient, helping make skin supple and soft. When applied to the skin, it adds moisture and continues to boost the moisture levels of the skin after the treatment is complete. It can also help open pores and remove dead skin cells.
FOOT SCRUBS: $15.00
Tired feet and legs find relief with our Reviving Foot Scrub Elevation. An all-natural therapeutic scrub provides maximum hydration and exfoliation to the feet, while aromatherapy blends of Lemongrass, Tea Tree Oil, Basil, and Lavender essential oils help Revive the skin..

Address

44 Macleod Plaza

Calgary Massage Clinic

(403) 879-2037


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Hours of operation

Monday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday :

9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Tuesday

9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Saturday | Sunday

By Appointment

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