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Professional Athletic Therapy in Winnipeg

Are you an athlete suffering from an injury? Well, our team of athletic therapists are experts in managing injuries related to sports and physical activities. Whether your injury is a result of work-related activities, sports, or any other circumstance, you can benefit from expert assessment and rehabilitation techniques provided by our Athletic Therapist. Let us work together to heal your injury and make your life an enjoyable journey!

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Athletic Therapy in Winnipeg: Enhancing Performance and Recovery!

Our Athletic Therapists help prevent injuries for people of all activity levels, from casual to elite athletes. They assess a client’s  musculosketelal health and posture, create warm-up plans, use supportive taping, assist with equipment, and help people adjust to different activities and settings. Our treatment approach includes:

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Most Popular Questions

Explore the most frequently asked questions about athletic therapy.  We are here to answer any questions that you may have involving your care.

While both athletic therapy and physiotherapy involve hands-on treatments and the creation of individualized treatment plans, there are differences. Athletic therapists focus more on musculoskeletal injuries to help you recover from minor aches and strains.

Physiotherapists are well versed in orthopaedic, cardiopulmonary and neurological diseases. 

No, a prescription from a medical doctor or sports injury clinic is not necessary to begin athletic therapy treatment. Athletic therapists are primary health providers, can assess and provide services without a referral. You would have to check with your personal health insurance to see if treatment will be covered and/or a prescription for a doctor is required.If further consultation with a physician is deemed necessary, such as for an x-ray / or further imaging, your therapist will discuss this with you.

At our athletic therapy clinic in Winnipeg, we recognize the broad benefits of athletic therapy beyond just athletes. In fact, the majority of our clients seeking athletic therapy in Winnipeg are non-athletes. The principles and techniques applied in athletic therapy are versatile and beneficial for individuals of all backgrounds and physical capabilities. So whether you need manual therapy or sports therapy in Winnipeg, our therapists can provide you with all.

Most insurance companies cover Athletic Therapy. Check with your insurance provider to determine coverage options. A referral from your medical doctor may or may not be required for insurance purposes.

Dealing with an injury or changes in your body can be stressful. We strive to make the experience enjoyable, empowering patients to care for their bodies and anticipate progress. Regular feedback from patients allows the athletic therapist to make necessary adjustments to maintain progress in injury recovery. At our athletic therapy clinic in Winnipeg, our team of certified therapists specializes in a wide range of athletic treatments.

Although kinesiology and athletic therapy are closely linked fields, they diverge significantly. Kinesiologists focus on understanding body movement and the coordination of muscles, while athletic therapists specialize in addressing injuries arising from physical activities.