At DiPrimio's Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic we provide our patients
with strategies to prevent and manage various types of pain and physical
conditions. Our therapists can help to improve your overall function, resume
your normal and leisure sports activities. DiPrimio's Physiotherapy and Sports
Injury Clinic focuses on you and your specific needs to help promote fitness and
Here are just a few examples of physical conditions that we can help with:
Since everyone has different needs and not all treatments fit all patients, we will evaluate your issued with our in-depth assessment conducted by our highly trained physiotherapists. Based on the results from your in-depth assessment we will provide a customized treatment plan for you.
Some examples of the treatments we offer are:
Low level laser therapy (also known as 'cold laser') is the application of red
and near infra-red light over injuries or lesions to improve wound and soft
tissue healing, reduce inflammation and give relief for both acute and chronic
pain. Low Intensity Laser Therapy is used to: increase the speed, quality and
tensile strength of tissue repair; resolve inflammation and relieve pain.
The effectiveness of Low Intensity Laser Therapy lies in its ability to trigger the body to heal itself. Penetrating into targeted tissue, laser light stimulates mitochondria in target cells to produce additional ATP, which fuels cell repair and regeneration. The laser simply jumpstarts the healing process and since the laser used operates within a specific wavelength range that is non thermal, there is no risk of tissue damage or other complications.
Contact DiPrimio's Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic for more information about our Low Intensity Laser Therapy Treatments.
There are different types of sports injuries that benefit from physiotherapy such as:
Manual therapy, or manipulative therapy includes kneading and manipulation of muscles, joint mobilization and joint manipulation. Manual Therapy Mobilization utilizes specific hands-on techniques, manipulation and/or mobilization, to diagnose and treat the following: