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The goal of physiotherapy is to help patients regain their strength, flexibility, and mobility so that they can return to their normal activities as quickly as possible. Treatment may involve manual therapy, exercise therapy, electrotherapy, and other modalities that help to reduce pain and improve function. Physiotherapy is an important part of healthcare and is often prescribed by doctors as a first-line treatment for many conditions. It is also used in conjunction with other medical treatments to help patients achieve the best possible outcomes.

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Physiotherapy, also known as physical therapy, is a branch of healthcare that involves the treatment and rehabilitation of individuals who have physical impairments or disabilities. It is a holistic approach to healthcare that focuses on improving the quality of life of individuals by promoting mobility, function, and independence. Physiotherapists are trained professionals who use a range of techniques and exercises to help patients recover from injuries or illnesses. They work with people of all ages and treat a variety of conditions, including musculoskeletal problems, neurological disorders, respiratory conditions, and cardiovascular diseases


LASER stands for "Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation." Using LASER in physiotherapy is a relatively new method of treatment. The significant effects of LASER in the healing process in our body have made this tool very popular and highly demanding by physicians, physiotherapists as well as clients. It has been proven that using LASER in physiotherapy: - Reduces inflammation - Relieves the pain - Accelerates the regeneration process in damaged soft tissues - Reduces lymphedema In a wide range of orthopedic and neurological problems such as back pain, knee pain, tendinopathy, ischatica , muscle strain, soreness and many other issues, LASER Therapy is one of the best and most effective methods. What does LASER do in my body? The light energy of LASER is absorbed by the injured tissues and transformed into the chemical energy demanded by the injured tissues to speed up the healing process. In addition, LASER increases the level of natural pain relief in our blood circulation system. Our highly educated and experienced physiotherapists will find out and explain if LASER therapy is suitable for you.

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Spinal Decompression Traction

Spinal traction or spinal decompression means the same. A specific force used by your physiotherapist to gently separate the vertebrae. This relieves the pressure on the discs and facet joints. Traction also takes the pressure of nerves and relieves spasm in the spinal muscles. Releasing off the pressure of the inflamed nerves and soft tissues allows the inflammation to subside. Taking off the pressure "even for a short period of time" allows fluidand nutrients to the discs and joints which in turn helps in healing processand rehydration. Repeating the treatment perpetuate the effect. Computerized systems helps physiotherapists apply higher and accurate levels of traction force and also program the traction cycle and the rest in between. During treatment, you do not feel pain and in fact, you may feel relief even after the first session of treatment. Using the other therapeutic systems like Infra Red and Ultrasound can help disks, joints, muscles and soft tissues be more flexible and make a better result. Spinal traction is a form of decompression therapy that relieves pressure on the stool. Spinal traction stretches the spine to take compressed disks, this straightens the spine, and improves the body's ability to heal itself. Patients with spinal conditions benefit from this therapy because traction reverses the force of gravity. Following conditions get the most benefit from decompression traction.

Degenerative Joint and Disc Disease

Slipped Discs

Herniated Disc


Foraminic Stenosis

Facet Joint Disease

Neck And Back Muscle Spasm

Mechanical Pain

  • - Nerve Root compression
  • - Disc Bulging, Protrusion, and Herniation that responded with reduced pain to manual traction
  • - Spinal Stenosis
  • - Pinched Nerves
  • - Mechanical Neck and Lower Back Pain
  • - Spasm
  • - Degenerative Joint Disease (Osteoarthrits)

Shock Wave Therapy

Is a new technology used to treat chronic conditions of the musculoskeletal system. Shock Waves are acoustic waves with high amplitude and low frequency.
- Shock Wave Therapy is suggested and not limited to:
- Heel spur (Calcaneal Spur)
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Tendinitis and Calcium Deposition
- Frozen Shoulder
- Tennis Elbow and Golfer's Syndrome
- Piriformis syndrome
- Tight ITB
Treatment time is about 10 minutes, Slight may experience pain or irritability during the treatment you After treatment, the treatment Ice is Placed on site for 10 to 15 minutes Normally five to seven session of treatment would be sufficient Feeling the initial degrees of improvement varies between the first one and several days after the last session, however, the improvement process may take several months after the last session.

Shock wave therapy helps with:

- Accelerating the healing process
- Increasing circulation
- Cavitation Bubbles:Break down pathological calcium deposition
- Stimulation of osteoblasts
- Decreasing pain through direct impact and through pain control gate

Shock wave therapy is suggested and not limited to treatment of:

- Heel Spur (Calcaneal Spur)
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Tendinitis and Calcium Deposition
- Frozen Shoulder
- Tennis Elbow & Golfer Syndrome

What should I expect when being treated with Shock Wave Therapy in a physiotherapy clinic?

  • - Initial assessment by a highly Experienced Registered Physiotherapist
  • - Discussion about the treatment plan and estimation of the treatment result
  • - Normally five to seven sessions would be sufficient
  • - You may experience Slight pain or irritability during the treatment
  • - For the first 24 hours after treatment, you will be advised not to do vigorous activities
  • - Treatment provided once a week
  • - Researchers suggest more than 80% of success in treatment with shockwave and the initial
  • degree of improvement varies between the first sessions to several days after the last session.

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Physiotrust/Physiotherapy in richmondhill

US (Ultrasound)

Ultrasound is a method of stimulating the tissue beneath the skin's surface using very high frequency sound waves, between 800,000 Hz and 3,000,000 Hz, which can not be heard by humans. There are three primary benefits to ultrasound. The first is the speeding up of the healing process from the increase in the flow of blood in the treated area. The second is the reduction in pain from the reduction of swelling and edema. The third is the gentle massage of muscle tendons and / or ligaments in the treated area because no strain is added and any scar tissue is softened

IFC (Inter Ferential Current)

Interferential Current (IFC) is essentially a deeper form of TENS. In essence, IFC modulates a high frequency carrier waveform with the same signal produced by a TENS unit. The high frequency carrier waveform penetrates the skin more deeply than a regular TENS unit, with less user discomfort for a given level of stimulation. Deep in the tissues, the carrier waveform is canceled out, resulting in a TENS-like signal deep below the skin. Interferential Current Therapy (IFC) is a non-invasive therapy for symptomatic relief and management of chronic intractable pain and post-surgical and post-traumatic acute pain. It provides a safe and effective alternative to pharmacological approaches to pain control. IFC has minimal side effects and is non-addictive.

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I have to say that Dr.Ali Aminlari and his incredible staff are following strict protocols for keeping all of us protected during the pandemic. Physiotherapy is like a magic touch to your pain. They listen, they work hands-on and you see the results right away. This amazing team likes to make sure you are pain-free. I would like to give them more than 5 stars from all my heart they really deserve it.

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Very professional team. I went there for my wrist pain and I got much better after the first session! Excellent customer service and friendly environment. All of the staffs are pretty friendly and welcoming. If you are looking for a trustworthy clinic consider Physiotrust as your highest priority.

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I have been attending the Physiotrust Clinic for approximately a month now. Doctor Amin and his staff are very professional. Appointment times are almost always to the minute of the set time. Dr.Amin does not rush you through treatment sessions. They make every effort to provide the best treatment possible for your injury. I got referred by a friend and now I would definitely recommend them. Thank you.

TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation)

Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) is the use of electrical current produced by a device to stimulate nerves for therapeutic purposes. TENS devices are used as a non-invasive nervous stimulation intended to reduce both acute and chronic pain. For over 30 years, the medical community has used TENS as a safe and effective alternative to pharmacological approaches to pain control for many patients. Today, many people confuse TENS with Electro Muscle Stimulation (EMS). EMS and TENS devices look similar, with TENS being used for blocking pain, where EMS is for stimulating muscles.

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Infra Red Therapy

  • - Infra Red Therapy is an electromagnetic wave at wavelengths between 750, nanometers and 1 millimeter.
  • - Infra Red Therapy Increases blood flow via Increasing the heat in the treated area
  • - Infra Red Therapy may Directly increase the diameter of the vessels through relaxing the smooth muscles in blood vessels wall which in turn Increases the blood flow
  • - Infra Redtherapy Increases the metabolism in treated area that can help with increasing the temperature and can also increase blood flow

Compression Therapy

Compression therapy unit consists of an inflatable garment that is worn like a pair of pans. Using a pneumatic "air" pressure, the Compression treatment unit applies a strong pressure to the muscles and the venous system of the limbs sequentially and with the heart's direction, which helps prevent fluid and blood from pooling.
- Compression therapy unit also push back and return the fluid into the veins and lymphatic vessels.
- Compression therapy unit The massage extends from the fingers and toes and comes step by step up to the upper parts of the limb.
- Compression therapy reduces heart contraction by helping the blood to turn it back to the heart.

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Circulation Therapy

The Circulatory System or Cardiovascular System, including Heart and the vessels, is responsible for circulating blood to all body organs. Blood brings the nutrients and oxygen to the organs and collect CO2 and the waist product. The heart pumps the blood to the body organs through the arteries, and peripheral muscles help pump the blood back to the heart through the veins. Many different factors such as aging, smoking, alcohol consumption, diabetes mellitus, high cholesterol, varicose veins, lack of exercise, muscle weakness and deconditioning, and so on, can reduce blood flow and / or venous return. of the target organs. Some of the common symptoms are:
- Cold feet and toes-not just in the winter time,
- Cold hands and fingers, - Cold
hands and fingers, - Feeling numb and / or tingling sensation in the end of the extremities,
- Edema, Swelling and water retention, especially in the feet.
To reduce the symptoms and improve circulation, we recommend circulating therapy including IBW (Infra Red Body Wrap) and Compression therapy. Using both Infra Red Body Wrap and Compression Therapy at the same treatment session will help your limb to have more blood thus more nutrient and oxygen while preventing swelling and edema.


1. Shall I use my extended health benefit first before using the car accident benefit?

Yes, according to the rule, you will use your extended health benefit first, and then switch to your car insurance benefit.

2. What is direct billing and do you offer direct billing in your clinic?

Yes, according to the rule, you will use your extended health benefit first, and then switch to your car insurance benefit.

3. What do I need to do to get treatment after the accident?

You need to notify your insurance company about your pain and injury as soon as possible after the accident. Your insurance case worker(adjuster) gives you a claim number. You need to bring your claim number in addition to some more information to your health practitioner.

4. What does WSIB stand for?

WSIB stand for Workplace Safety and Insurance Board. It refers to the injuries or illnesses that develop because of your job.

5. In a MVA case, what should I do after I get the claim number?

You have to fill out a claim form, to activate your file and give more information about the accident to your insurance company. If you have any trouble filling out the form, you just need to call us and make an appointment; we will help you in no time.

6. In a MVA case, can I start the treatment right after being assessed by your health practitioner

In a MVA case, can I start the treatment right after being assessed by your health practitioner, or I have to wait for treatment plan approval? In physiotrust clinic, we will provide the treatment you need soon after our practitioners have an assessment and make a treatment plan for you. We never wait for the approval, because we care about you, no matter if we get paid or not.

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