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Freeflo Physiotherapy is a one stop shop for all of your recovery and maintenance needs.
Services offered at Freeflo Physiotherapy
Everything you need to recover and maintain in one convenient place.
At Freeflo Physiotherapy we have everything you need in downtown Lakefield Ontario to help you recover and maintain your physical health. Whether you need Physiotherapy to fix your shoulder, Massage Therapy because you threw out your lower back, or Acupuncture to help relieve your pain. Freeflo Physiotherapy has it all in one convenient place.
Just as life is unpredicatable, so are the injuries we can suffer and overcome. It's because of this unfortunate diversity that Freeflo Physiotherapy offers a wide range of services and can optimize your recovery with the services we offer by taking an individualized approach.
Physical therapy is a health care profession primarily concerned with the remediation of impairments and disabilities and the promotion of mobility, functional ability, quality of life and movement potential through examination, evaluation, diagnosis and physical intervention.
Physiotherapists play a significant role in health promotion and treatment of injury and disease. They combine their in-depth knowledge of the body and how it works with specialized hands-on clinical skills to assess, diagnose and treat symptoms of illness, injury or disability.
The physiotherapists at Freeflo Physiotherapy and sports injuries center have advanced training in manual therapy, exercise prescription, taping/bracing, acupuncture, neural mobilization, and electrotherapeutic modalities allowing them to identify and treat the underlying cause of your specific injury. At Freeflo our Physiotherapists provide direct patient care.
At Freeflo Physiotherapy acupuncture is a treatment technique used by our physiotherapists to treat many painful disorders including back pain, neck pain, rotator cuff injuries, golfers elbow, tennis elbow and headaches to name a few. It is used to reduce pain, inflammation and muscular tension related to various injuries.
With medical acupuncture a fine, sterile, disposable needle is inserted into specific points along a muscle, nerve, tendon and/or fascia to stimulate a physiological response that aids in our bodies’ natural recovery process.
Our Physiotherapists use acupuncture as an effective adjunct to physiotherapy.
Physiotherapists who are members of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy (CAMT) have completed extensive post-graduate education in "manual therapy", allowing them to treat complex movement disorders of the extremities and spine.
Physiotherapists with manual therapy expertise (CAMT) use hands-on treatment to restore joint range of motion, muscle function, and neural mobility. Manual therapy techniques include joint mobilization/manipulation, myofascial release, and neural mobilization among others.
A comprehensive manual therapy approach also relies heavily on physiotherapists' prescription of complimentary exercise to maintain the gains made during treatment.
Integrated Dry Needling
Dry needling is a therapeutic intervention that consists of inserting an acupuncture needle into muscle tissue, without the injection of a solution (Dry Needle), for the purpose of treating muscle pain and dysfunction
The needle is inserted into a shortened muscle in order to help it relax, loosen and function better. The needle is directed toward tight bands that are often tender and referred to as ‘knots’. These “knots” are called trigger points and can feel ropey and are involved in many types of soft tissue pain. The goal is to elicit a twitch response within the muscle, which helps to release the tightness and relieve pain
At Freeflo Physiotherapy, the Integrated Dry Needling™ (IDN) approach is safely combined with other common physiotherapy treatments, when appropriate, based on the results of a comprehensive examination.
- Increased pain with working
- Rotator cuff tendinosis & calcification (shoulder)
- Tennis or golfer’s elbow
- Plantar Fasciitis, heel spurs & Achilles tendonitis
- Trochanteric bursitis (Hip)
- Patellar tendonitis, jumper’s knee, and shin pain
- Trigger points in muscles
- Stress fractures
Individualized Core Strengthening Programs:
Building up core muscles is key to improving performance in almost any sport and the secret to sidestepping debilitating back pain. The core provides a central link between your upper and lower body and includes deep abdominal, back, side, pelvic and buttock muscles. At FreeFlo we will assess and develop a core specific strengthening program to meet your individualized needs.
FITforeGOLF™ is a research based golf rehabilitation program that incorporates the most up to date scientific knowledge in the recognition and treatment of golf injuries. At FreeFlo physiotherapy we can also effectively assess your posture, strength and flexibility, and help design fitness programs that will improve your performance on the the golf course.