You will find the new office at 17 William St. N, Unit #4. There is access from the municipal parking area at the back of the building and this is the most efficient entrance to the office on the ground floor. It is literally a few steps to the right once you enter the building. You are welcome to enter through the front entrance off William St. North if you wish; both entrances are accessible. As licensed Allied Health Professionals, we are considered an essential service and therefore are able to provide services in the office while continuing to follow Ministry of Health and College of Physiotherapist guidelines.
I will continue to provide Online appointments as well as appointments in the office. Please call to discuss the best options for your specific problem as they both have great value.
Online and In-Clinic appointments are designed to complement each other, and the addition of Online appointments helps ensure you can continue to receive high-quality care and minimize risk of exposure to COVID-19.
You will be welcomed in the office with continued management of the infection control protocols. As a sole practitioner, this is a challenge and will reduce the number of appointments I can schedule in a day. Thank you in advance for your understanding.
Please take a few minutes to watch the video outlining the new procedures for in-clinic appointments.
What is an Online Appointment?
In an online appointment, you will continue to have one on one therapist time, you will be able to report your symptoms and demonstrate your movements but in front of a screen. You will continue to receive the benefits of clearly understanding your condition. Treatments may include exercise demonstration, exercise prescription, exercise progression and review and self-care techniques; supported by a personal program sent to you directly. This will empower you to feel more in control of your physical status and progress.
“Telerehabilitation has been shown to be appropriate and effective for conditions in which therapeutic goals can be primarily achieved through assessment, active exercise, progression of exercise, functional rehabilitation, activity, education, self-mobilization, self-management and monitoring.”
— Jeremy McAllister, PABC
Please call the office if you would like more details.