Impact Sports Therapy
Certified Athletic Therapists are highly trained professionals specializing in the care of active individuals. Athletic Therapists provide a continuum of care, including injury prevention, immediate care, injury assessment and rehabilitation.
Athletic Therapists specialize in sport/work specific rehabilitation, so that athletes/workers can return to their activities as quickly and as safely as possible.
Who can benefit from Athletic Therapy?
- Elite, Amateur, and Recreational Athletes
- Children, Adults, Seniors
- Individuals with:
- Acute/Chronic Injuries
- Occupational Injuries
- Postural and Gait Concerns
- Post Surgical Rehabilitation needs
- General body aches and pains
What services do we offer?
- Acute/Chronic Injury Assessment
- Injury Treatment and Rehabilitation
- Injury Prevention Programs
- Physical Conditioning and Re Conditioning Programs
- Postural and Gait analysis
- Sports Performance
What sets us apart from the rest?
- 1 on 1 professional care during each visit
- Modern and innovative therapeutic techniques
- Sport Specific rehabilitation
- Individualized home programs
- A positive and motivating atmosphere
- Access to large field for sport specific activities
- Full fitness center for progressing rehabilitative exercise to strength training
What modalities do we use?
- Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS)
- Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS)
- Therapeutic and Deep Tissue Massage
- Trigger Point Release
- Muscle Energy Techniques
- Soft Tissue Release
- Joint Mobilization
At a typical Athletic Therapy session, depending on your concern, you will work on improving range of motion, proprioception and balance, increasing strength, decreasing pain, improving functional motor patterns particular to your work or play, and much more!
You will also receive exercises and routines that you can do at home to speed your healing even more!
Athletic Therapy is covered by many Insurance Companies, as well as many Provincial, and National sporting organizations. Please refer to their website to ensure you follow appropriate protocols to receive full coverage.
For more information on Athletic Therapy, please visit the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association website at www.athletictherapy.org , or www.aata.ab.ca