Manual Therapy Etobicoke & Toronto

Manual therapy, or manipulative therapy, is a physical treatment primarily used by physical therapists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists to treat musculoskeletal pain and disability; it mostly includes kneading and manipulation of muscles, joint mobilization and joint manipulation. Research studies indicate that this treatment is essential for recovery from many musculoskeletal issues and injury types. The application of this treatment addresses the condition directly, rather than just its symptoms.

Manual Therapy Can Help With Your Chronic Pain

Are you experiencing discomfort as a result of an injury, illness, or surgical procedure? Manual physiotherapy could be the solution to your nagging pain. Manual therapy may be able to assist you in finding relief. To relieve pain and improve function, our Toronto and Etobicoke, ON physiotherapists employ a variety of instruments and therapy strategies. To get started, call Waterfront Physio and Rehab or

Manual Therapy Etobicoke & Toronto

Is Manual Therapy Safe?

In a nutshell, manual therapy is a safe, hands-on therapeutic technique for treating individuals who are in pain due to sickness or injury. Our physiotherapists have acquired considerable training in specialized manual therapy procedures from approved universities.

Physiotherapists employ hands-on therapy to assist move tight joints and soft tissue. It is a cutting-edge therapy procedure that aids in the decrease of edema, restraint, joint mobilization, and mobility improvement.

Does Manual Therapy Hurt?

Many first-time physiotherapy patients expect their sessions to be painful, unpleasant, or even excruciating. Manual therapy, on the other hand, is fully safe, non-invasive, and painless.

Aside from its incredible pain-relieving properties, the best thing about manual therapy is that it works without the need for any potentially hazardous pharmaceuticals.

Our physiotherapists at Waterfront Physio and Rehab and Preserve Physio and Rehab are highly trained medical experts who are familiar with the body’s limitations as well as its capabilities. Many patients notice a difference after just one manual therapy session!


Techniques Of Manual Therapy

There are a variety of manual therapy techniques available to patients. These therapy techniques may include, but are not limited to:

1) Joint mobilization: When you experience extreme discomfort following an injury, it is usually the product of a limited joint. Our physiotherapists are specially qualified in the mobilization of confined joints by applying pressure at a low velocity.

2) Manual traction: The physiotherapist will apply gentle pressure to a certain area of the body during manual traction to gently stretch the soft tissues and restore normal, natural motion. While this procedure can be used on other areas of the body, such as the arms, legs, and back, it is most often used on the neck.

3) Soft tissue massage: Physiotherapy massage therapies are not the same as what you’d get in a salon. These are more therapeutic in nature and serve a medicinal purpose. Our Toronto physiotherapists employ massage treatments to break up scar tissue and adhesions caused by inflammation or damage to manipulate the soft tissues. This is performed through the application of deep pressure and rhythmic stretching, which aids them in finding and moving severely restricted bodily parts. These approaches also help to improve blood flow and circulation to the muscles and soft tissues that are afflicted.

4) Spinal manipulation: Spinal manipulation is a gentle, hands-on manual therapy technique used to assess and improve spinal function and relieve pain. It may help with joint pain relief, inflammation reduction, and nerve function improvement.

Call Waterfront Physio and Rehab Today

Are you frustrated by your inability to move about freely? Do you find yourself unable to participate in many of your favorite activities due to pain or discomfort? this therapy can help you get back to living a joyful and full life. Our dedicated Etobicoke physiotherapists, are looking forward to meeting with you and getting you back on your feet.

with Waterfront Physio and Rehab today!