In-Home Physiotherapy Can Help Heal Sports Injuries like sprains and Knee Pain

Often the confinements of a clinic space may not give an accurate picture to a therapist. Physio2U mobile therapists can meet you on the field, at the track or even on the water to assess your true movement pattern issues. If you are on crutches after injury, getting to a clinic may be a big hassle. Let us come to you!

Our Technique for Healing Sports Injuries

Physio2U works with athletes of all skill-levels who find themselves nursing a sports injury. Athletes most commonly injure their joints either from overuse or an accidental movement or impact. We frequently treat back injuries, knee pain, hip pain and shoulder and neck issues. We have a tried and true approach to working with athletes in a variety of sports disciplines including soccer, hockey, paddling and running from recreational to professional. Our proprietary process includes:

  • Pain and swelling management
  • Manual therapy
  • Dry needling
  • Progressive exercises to improve movement and strength
  • Movement pattern corrections
  • Activities to improve performance and balance
  • Mobility equipment prescription
  • Sport specific drills
  • Education on condition management to help you stay in the game

What to expect

  • The physiotherapist will come to your home, office or any other location that is convenient to you!
  • The therapist will need to ask you questions about your health history and current problem or injury. You can expect this to take 10 to 20 minutes.
  • As physiotherapists are licensed-health care professionals and are legally required to take real-time notes for medical-legal purposes, the therapist will be typing on a computer or tablet using our secure electronic medical records system during your session. The servers for our electronic records system are in Canada.
  • Please have ready any doctor’s referral note, diagnostic imaging reports or your list of medications handy.
  • The therapist may need about 4 x 8 feet of space to set up the portable bed to provide a thorough assessment.
  • The therapist will need to put their hands on you. It is a good idea to wear shorts or a sleeveless top to provide the best assessment and treatment possible.
  • The therapist will likely prescribe home exercises and make recommendations for making you feel better. It will be important for you to follow this advice for achieving optimal outcome.
  • The assessment session will last 1 to 1.25 hours. Treatment sessions are 50 minutes to 1 hour long.
  • Please note that the time required to conduct requested or necessary communication to doctors, family members or third parties will be included in your 1-hour session.