At Resolution Physiotherapy & IMS Clinic, results oriented, hands on manual therapy is always the focus of our rehabilitation programs.
Our team includes FCAMPT Physiotherapists who have Canada's highest certification in Manual Physiotherapy whose advanced manual therapy skills will maximize your recovery.
Our focus has always been to build a team of experienced, highly motivated, post-graduate educated Manual Physiotherapists who are passionate about accelerating our clients' recovery from injury.
We are very proud of the accomplishments of our team of Physiotherapists, who have all attained a minimum of Level 3 post-graduate Manual Physiotherapy Certification through the Orthopaedic Division of Canada. Our team also includes numerous FCAMPT Physiotherapists who have attained the highest post-graduate Manual Physiotherapy Certification in Canada and now act as mentors to fellow Physiotherapists.
Our Physiotherapists are not only passionate about providing exceptional care to our clients, but also give back to the Physiotherapy profession as instructors with the Orthopaedic Division of Canada, and affiliate instructors with the University of Toronto and Queen's University.
Our team's specialized training in manual Physiotherapy enables us to maximize recovery when treating complicated spinal joint, peripheral joint, myofascial pain, sports injuries, and systemic chronic pain disorders.
Our team uses a wide variety of manual Physiotherapy techniques including Joint Mobilization, Joint Manipulation, Active Myofascial Release, Neural Mobilization Techniques, and Active Dermo-Myofascial Cupping Release Treatment to quicken your recovery.
Here are some conditions where the research-guided techniques used by CAMPT-Certified physiotherapists have resulted in improvements to pain control and functional activities. (manippt.org)
WHAT ARE JOINT MANIPULATION TECHNIQUES?
Joint manipulation is a unique, high level, regulated skill that can help to reduce pain and improve movement and function. More specifically, joint manipulation is the application of a rapid force movement that helps to create space (or gapping) of a joint. The gapping created helps to change the firing pattern of pain nerves, allowing a person to experience less pain.