Physiotherapy in Burlington - Book Now
Where to Find Us
100 Plains Rd W, Unit 16,
Also known as physical therapy, physiotherapy at our Burlington-based clinic is used to treat conditions that limit your ability to move. Ultimately, physiotherapy works to prevent further injury and pain as part of a wide rehabilitation program.
Our experienced Burlington physiotherapy staff are in good standing with the College of Physiotherapists in Ontario. Our team is well-equipped to meet your personal goals and aims using the latest equipment in the industry to ensure we provide the comfort and speed of recovery and rehabilitation you expect when looking for physiotherapy in Burlington, Ontario.
We have no premium fees, no double-booking, and no assistants.
What Personal Goals Can Physiotherapy Help You Achieve?
Physiotherapy in our Burlington clinic can help you achieve a few goals, including but not limited to:
- Restoring physical function
- Reduction of pain in your daily activities
- Maximizing strength, flexibility, and movement
- Building an exercise and treatment plan that helps you rehabilitate
- Faster recovery and rehabilitation that helps prevent other injuries
The Assessment: What to Expect on Your First Visit
During your first physiotherapy visit to our Burlington clinic, you’ll receive a detailed assessment to determine the nature of your symptoms. This will help our team design a custom physiotherapy rehabilitation program aimed at giving you the treatment you deserve.
The physiotherapist will then conduct a physical examination to assess you further, before offering immediate treatment (should you need it) using manual therapy or a similarly effective modality (such as treatment from a massage therapist or a chiropractic care professional or recommending the use of orthotics). These other modalities may also be offered in our Burlington-based clinic, keeping all your treatment under one roof.
This is because common sources of pain (such as neck pain or a sports injury) can be caused by a multitude of reasons. It's important for your physiotherapist to take the time to review your pain in order to improve your condition in a way that works best for you.
We don’t believe in “cookie-cutter” approaches. Each client at Pillars of Wellness is unique, and that’s why we aim to take the time and effort to get to know you and your condition — helping you feel better while experiencing the most effective treatment possible.
What Conditions Can Treatment Help With?
Physiotherapy works for many conditions. Our physiotherapist's extensive experience includes, but is not limited to:
Professional Techniques & Modalities
Our physiotherapy team has experience in a variety of modalities to help you heal, including but not limited to:
- Manual Therapy (hands-on)
- TENS & IFC
- Hot pack/Cold pack
- Laser therapy
- Dry needling (Acupuncture)
Physiotherapy can also work in conjunction with services provided by other healthcare professionals, such as a massage therapist, or those working in chiropractic care with orthotics.
Physiotherapy, massage therapy, acupuncture therapy, chiropractic care, use of orthotics, and more are part of a well-rounded rehabilitation plan — and one that exists all under one roof at Pillars of Wellness in Burlington.
Frequently Asked Questions
Am I Covered By My Extended Health Benefits?
Yes, you can. We use Telus Health which accepts most health insurance. We can submit the claim on your behalf.
How Long is Each Private Session?
Your first appointment at our Burlington clinic usually takes about 45 minutes to an hour to allow for a full assessment. Additional physiotherapy treatment can be shorter, depending on the condition and the treatment required. Each treatment or session can last between 30 to 45 minutes.
Do I Require a Doctor's Referral?
No, you do not need any referrals from a doctor as we operate on a self-referral basis.
Free 15 min consultation
Standard Initial Assessment (45 min) = $90
Complex Initial Assessment (60 min) = $120
Follow-up session (45 min) = $75
Follow-up session (30 min) = $65
Payment Options - Cash, Credit or Debit Accepted
Auto Insurance: If you have an illness or injury from a motor vehicle accident, health services may be covered under your auto insurance plan.
Extended Health Benefits: If you are receiving long-term disability income from an insurance program, your program may cover various health services, or you might have a work benefits package which covers a portion of the health services.
Veterans Affairs: If you are a Canadian armed forces veteran, the Department of Veteran Affairs may cover health services.
Private Services: At Pillars of Wellness we offer competitive rates within the standards of our regulatory colleges. We accept payment through cash, credit or debit. Please contact us for more details related to service fees