St. Albert Physiotherapy Treatment

Physiotherapists are healthcare practitioners who are highly-educated in physical function, movement, and mobility.

They assess, diagnose, and provide treatment that helps to restore, maintain, and maximize optimal function and overall quality of life. Whether due to injury, aging, disability, or health condition, physiotherapists can help patients understand the cause of their symptoms, how to self-manage their symptoms, and how to prevent recurrences/re-injury.

What do Health by Hamdon Physiotherapists do?

At Health by Hamdon we advocate a one on one approach with our Physiotherapist(s).  Our Physiotherapists will not leave you alone and will be with you every step of the way to ensure your very best results.  Our physiotherapists will provide a hands on, individualized care plan for you to ensure we treat your injury fast, and for the long term. Contact us today for the best physiotherapy St. Albert has to offer.

Physical Therapy Services At Our St. Albert Health Clinic

The goal of physical therapy, or physiotherapy, is for patients to restore strength, maintain or maximize their physical capabilities, and enhance general wellbeing and movement. Physiotherapy is a clinical practice that has a lot of benefits for patients, typically found in hospitals or acute care facilities, long-term care or rehabilitation facilities, schools, child development or recreation centres, universities, sports clinics, and in clinics like Health By Hamdon. Physiotherapy has also been found to help patients tremendously in their goals to become stronger, more flexible, experience less pain, stay active and healthy, prevent injury, and breathe easier.

In addition, physiotherapy encompasses a wide breadth of therapies and physical intervention techniques. At Health By Hamdon, we offer the following physiotherapy services: 

  • Intramuscular stimulation (IMS) or dry needling
  • Exercise rehabilitation
  • Therapeutic ultrasound 
  • Sports rehabilitation
  • Interferential current therapy
  • Whiplash therapy
  • Manual therapy
  • Pelvic floor physiotherapy (PFPT)
  • Positional release
  • Shockwave therapy

For more information about what specific therapeutic treatment is recommended for your condition or how physical therapy can help you, book a consultation with us today! We are always ready to take in new patients!

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Do I need a family doctor's prescription for physiotherapy treatment?

No, you do not. The only time you may need a prescription is if your extended insurance carrier requires you to have on, and you intend on billing your treatments through an extended health care coverage plan.

What should I expect on my first physical therapy visit?

You will be assessed by the Physiotherapist, then once appropriate, and once you consent, your treatment will begin the same day. You will then be given a recommended care plan, specific for you and your injury/ailment.

What injuries can our physiotherapist treat?

Neck/Back Pain
Whiplash and Car Accident Injuries
Carpal Tunnel
Chronic pain management
Frozen shoulder/shoulder pain
Pregnancy-related joint and muscle issues
Vertigo and Vestibular dysfunction, imbalance
Post-Fracture or post surgical rehabilitation​
​Pelvic Floor Weakness

How long are the Physiotherapy treatment sessions?

The first physiotherapy assessment and treatment can be anywhere from 30 to 45 minutes. The following physiotherapy treatments/sessions are usually around 20 minutes.

What kind of clothing do I need to wear to my physiotherapy treatment?

During your physiotherapy appointment, wear relaxed, fit, comfortable clothing. If needed, a gown will be provided for you.

Do I need a doctor’s referral to book a physiotherapy appointment?

No, at Health by Hamdon, you do not need a doctor’s referral before seeing a physiotherapist. Feel free to book your first physiotherapy appointment directly today!

How long does physiotherapy take to work?

Each case is different, the physiotherapists at Health by Hamdon work with you to establish a schedule that yields the best outcomes with the least amount of time. Contact us today to book your appointment.



Dry Needling (IMS)

Soothes irritated nerves and releases painful muscle guarding. Often results can be noticed after 1st visit.

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exercise rehab

Exercise Rehab

Promotes functional strength which allows proper healing of an injury for quick short term and long term results.

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Ultrasound reduces pain, increases circulation and mobility of soft tissue. Also can help reduce inflammation.

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Sport rehab

Sport Rehab

Sport specific, functional movement assessment, and treatment.

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Interferential current

Interferential Current

Pain relief and tissue repair. Also helps reduce inflammation.

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whiplash therapy

Whiplash Therapy

Specific soft tissue based treatment protocol to recover from adverse affects of a motor vehicle accident.

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Manual therapy

Manual Therapy

Mobilizes joints and muscles to remove any fixations and improve joint and muscle range of motion.

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Pelvic floor physiotherapy

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

An important issue for both men and woman. Strengthening and rehabilitation of the pelvic floor to ensure a healthier life.

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Positional release

Positional Release

Helps to correct musculoskeletal and neurological imbalances to facilitate tissue regeneration and repair.

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shockwave therapy


Using a precision ballistic mechanism, radial shockwave therapy produces a “shock wave” or radical pressure wave.

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