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7919 118 Ave, Edmonton, AB T5B OR5
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Orthopedic and Sports Physiotherapy Edmonton

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What we do in Eastwood?

At Eastwood Physiotherapy Clinic, we will help you diagnose your condition, provide hands-on treatment, and develop a tailored treatment or exercise program aimed towards reaching your goals.

Our team of experienced physiotherapists have extensive training in a variety of techniques to help you regain motion, reduce pain, or achieve specific health and fitness goals through physical therapy.

Our therapists also use a whole-body approach in their treatment skills rather than just looking at the area of pain or restriction, our therapists expand their assessment to looking at the whole body and where the root cause of the problem may be.

What we offer?

At Eastwood physiotherapy Clinic we offer a broad scope and approach to the management of injuries. We use several protocols and combine this with our experience to offer you a comprehensive care plan to get you back to reaching your goals.

We are experienced physios with Doctorate in sports physiotherapy, Masters in manual orthopedics therapy and various post graduate speciality orthopedic courses including IMS, FMS, Acupuncture, TMJ rehab, Concussion rehab, Vestibular rehab,  an advance wearable sensor technology to identify issues etc.

Orthopedic and Sports Physiotherapy Edmonton | Eastwood®
  • Total hip replacement
  • Total knee replacement
  • Open & Arthroscopic surgeries of all joints.
  • Carpal Tunnel syndrome
  • Tendon transfer.

Spinal manipulation is a therapeutic intervention performed on spinal articulations which are synovial joints. It’s designed to relieve pressure on joints, reduce inflammation, and improve nerve function. It’s often used to treat back, neck, peripheral joints and headache pain.

In spinal manipulation, the practitioner uses their hands to apply a controlled, sudden force to a specific joint. Patients often hear popping noises, like when you crack your knuckles

The effects of spinal manipulation have been shown to include:

  • Temporary relief of musculoskeletal pain
  • Shortened time to recover from acute back pain
  • Temporary increase in passive range of motion
  • Physiological effects on the central nervous system (specifically the sympathetic nervous system)
  • Altered sensorimotor integration
  • No alteration of the position of the sacroiliac joint

Common side effects of spinal manipulation are characterized as mild to moderate and may include: local discomfort, headache, tiredness, or radiating discomfort