Welcome to Hawkesbury Therapy

Hawkesbury Therapy has existed since 2003. The Clinic currently employs three physiotherapists, an acupuncturist, a kinesiologist, a reconditioning specialist, and a massage therapist. It is our mission to provide our clients with professional service and quality health care that will produce long lasting results and restore function in their daily lives. We provide a personalized, client-centered, and team approach to our care. Working together with other members of the medical community, we use evidence-based interventions with the goal of relieving the symptoms and resolving their causes to ultimately restore full function. We treat a wide range of acute and chronic conditions for patients of all ages.

Our Services

  • Physiotherapy

    Physiotherapy is a recognized health care discipline that specializes in the assessment, treatment and maintenance of the human body’s movement and function. Physiotherapists integrate the use of many therapeutic devices with their expertise in exercise and movement rehabilitation to create the optimal plan to meet your therapeutic goals.

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  • Massage Therapy

    Massage therapy is a form of alternative health care that consists of the manipulation of the soft tissues of the body for the purpose of normalizing those tissues.

    Massage professionals will work and act on the body with pressure whether it being structured, unstructured, stationary, or moving with either tension, motion or vibration that can be done manually or with mechanical aids.

    At Hawkesbury Therapy the professional staff have a strong knowledge of the muscular, skeletal, circulatory, lymphatic, nervous, and other systems of the body so that they may aid patients of all ages increase their body’s ability to heal itself so they may achieve or increase their health and well-being.

  • Acupuncture

    Acupuncture is a form of alternative health care that has a collection of procedures involving the painless penetration of the skin with needles to stimulate certain areas and points of the body. These points have been mapped by the Chinese for over a period of 2000 years and there are more than 1000 known acupoints. In the past three decades, electromagnet research has confirmed the existence and locations of these points.

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  • Osteopathy

    Osteopathy is a form of alternative healthcare that emphasizes the connection between the structure and function of the body, as well as the body’s ability to heal itself.

    Osteopathic practitioners place great emphasis on the relationship between the organs and the musculoskeletal system as well as on treating the whole individual rather than just the disease or problematic area.

    With skilled palpation and a detailed knowledge of anatomy, physiology and biomechanics the professionals at Hawkesbury Therapy can assess and restore balance within and between all the systems of people of all ages presenting with any type of orthopedic condition – which are the conditions related to bone, muscle and joint problems.

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  • Kinesiology

    Ontario’s newest regulated health care profession

    The study of the mechanics and anatomy of human movement. At Hawkesbury Therapy, kinesiologists work with people with chronic diseases, injury or limited mobility to enhance movement, strengthening and improve function. Furthermore, people suffering from a cerebrovascular accident that require restoring their gait, balance and motor control can benefit from these services.

  • Fitness Programs

    For people who are at a physical level of performing exercises with a reconditioning approach, they have the opportunity to enroll in our reconditioning program on site at our rehabilitation gym or in the community gym affiliated with our clinic.

Our Approach

Our physiotherapists use clinical assessment skills to help determine the origin of the symptoms that may cause pain and suffering in an individual. Treatment programs may include a combination of osteopathic manual therapy, orthopaedic manual therapy, acupuncture, exercise prescription, patient education, electrotherapy modalities, and physiotherapy devices. The number of treatments will vary depending on the condition and its degree of severity.

We communicate our findings with members of our clients’ health care team as requested and with client consent. We also ensure to educate the patient during assessments by explaining the nature of the injury or condition, the treatment proposal, the prognosis, and prevention of recurrence.

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