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Physiotherapy.

Physiotherapists’ expertise is in their in-depth understanding of how the body moves and functions. Accordingly, their approach focuses on the assessment and treatment of injury or disorders to improve function and mobility. Commonly, physiotherapists will recommend personalized therapeutic exercises, self-management strategies and education to keep the body moving and to prevent injury. At Rehab One, our physiotherapist has extensive knowledge and experience in rehabilitation and performance enhancement for all types of athletes, competitive and recreational.

Physiotherapy services may include exercise therapy, postural and gait re-training, manual therapy of soft tissues and joints, and modalities.

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Massage Therapy.

Registered massage therapists are trained in a range of manual techniques primarily applied to the soft tissues and joints of the body. Massage therapists aim to relieve pain, maintain, rehabilitate and improve physical function.

Registered massage therapy is commonly used for relaxation and rejuvenation, yet it is an effective intervention to help prevent injury or reoccurrence, and address specific activity-related injuries. By combining unique techniques applied to muscles, connective tissues and joints, the therapist can help relieve pain and tension, while improving function. Your therapist can recommend the best course of action to manage your symptoms and meet your unique needs prior to your treatment.

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Shock Wave Therapy.

Shock Wave Therapy is a non-surgical modality used to treat localized musculoskeletal pain. Shock Wave Therapy effectively treats a wide range of injuries, including to muscles, tendons and ligaments. The application of Shock Wave involves a series of high-energy impulses to a localized area. The force is transmitted directly through physical impulse to enhancing healing by creating a localized inflammatory response. As a result, the body responds by increasing the metabolic activity around the site of treatment stimulating and accelerating healing. Shock Wave can also break down scar tissue and calcifications.

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Chiropractic.

As primary contact providers, chiropractors provide an assessment, diagnosis and comprehensive plan of management to meet the patient’s unique needs and goals. The primary goal of care is to prevent and treat biomechanical disorders originating from the muscular, skeletal and nervous systems. This may be achieved by addressing decreased joint motion, reduce pain, increase function, and enhance overall health.

Chiropractic services may include joint manipulation or mobilization, soft-tissue therapy, modalities (i.e. shockwave,acupuncture), physical rehabilitation, and as needed supportive devices (i.e. custom orthotics). Our chiropractors inform their recommendations on best practice and current evidence that support the management of MSK conditions, including back and neck pain.

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Custom Orthotics.

Why are custom orthotics important? Well, the next time you put on your favourite shoes, take a moment to check out the insoles. You’ll probably find there’s not a lot in there! Companies typically use thin liners or foam that don’t provide any support for your feet. When you purchase insoles from a pharmacy or department store, there is a slim chance that they will actually fit your feet well - and they certainly don’t take into account your lifestyle, goals, activity level, and a whole host of other variables.

Custom orthotics are support insoles made perfectly for your feet. They are placed inside footwear to give more support for flat feet, to relieve pain in the ball of the foot, or help sore heels and help prevent muscle aches, cramps, knee, hip, and back pain, and even sore shins. If you are on our feet a lot, stop in and see how we can take you from "ow" to "wow."

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Graston Technique.

The Graston Technique is a patented form of instrument-assisted manual therapy that uses stainless steel tools to perform soft-tissue mobilizations. It is used in-house by our physiotherapists to locate muscle knots, scar adhesions, or fascial restrictions, and to break up that tissue to restore mobility and function. This is another high-demand service we offer that is both evidence-based and proven to yield significant performance results and improved overall tissue mobility.

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Active Release Techniques.

Active Release Techniques is a soft tissue management suggest that aims to break-up adhesions and scar tissue to aid in the recovery of many types of soft tissue injuries, pain and dysfunctions. Commonly, people who suffer from reduced range of motion, loss of strength, pain, weakness and even tingling or numbness benefit from the service.

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Womens' Health.

Women’s health physiotherapy is the special therapeutic treatment we offer for those with disorders affecting the pelvis and pelvic floor. From incontinence to prolapse, pelvic pain or constipation, there is growing evidence that physiotherapy can alleviate, and in many cases cure these symptoms. Our Physiotherapist, Stephanie Melanson, offers this valuable treatment out of our Moncton office and provides rehabilitative services for those who are going through pregnancy, have been diagnosed with diastasis recti, post-natal pains, and much more.

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Vestibular Rehabilitation.

Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy is a type of therapy used to treat vertigo/dizziness. The goal of treatment is to minimize dizziness, improve balance, and prevent falls by restoring normal function of the vestibular system. Our physiotherapist, John Gonzales, has completed Vestibular Rehabilitation courses to help determine the cause of your vertigo/dizziness and how best to treat it. In Vestibular Rehabilitation Training, your therapist will design an exercise program aimed to promote the brain to adapt to and compensate for whatever is causing the vertigo.

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Acupuncture.

Acupuncture is a mechanism-based therapy, targeting specific neurological dysfunctions related to symptoms. The technique involves a precise peripheral nerve stimulation in which acupuncture needles are inserted into anatomically defined neurofunctional sites, and manually or with electricity modulate abnormal activity. More so, the goal of CMA is to relieve pain and discomfort, while helping to resolve the underlying dysfunction, notably the dysregulation of the nervous system and associated pathophysiology.

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Worksafe NB.

A successful return-to-work journey requires a team that works together, stays connected and shares their knowledge and expertise. It also requires a plan that starts with each member clearly understanding their roles and responsibilities – to you and to the team. We are proud to be health care providers for the WorkSafeNB program - offering services tailored to each client with the goal of getting you back to work and to your life after a serious work place injury.

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Motor Vehicle Accident Rehabilitation

The traumatic nature of a Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) can result in a wide array of physical injuries and cognitive deficits. The rehabilitation of these clients begins with an in depth evaluation by our multidisciplinary team to identify all the components of the injury. This team includes physiotherapists, chiropractors and massage therapists. The client’s treatment plan is designed to address all the issues identified in the assessment, and will take into account daily living, workplace demands, and cognitive restrictions, so it can be tailored to the individual needs of the client. After a motor vehicle

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Other Services.

Other Services we offer in-house: Kinesiology, Bowen Therapy, Therapeutic Cupping

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