Physiotherapy Barrie: Healthbound offers a comprehensive and personalized approach to healing and rehabilitation. With a team of highly skilled and experienced physiotherapists, they are committed to helping individuals recover from injuries, manage chronic conditions, and enhance overall physical well-being.

Whether you’re dealing with musculoskeletal pain, sports injuries, post-surgical recovery, or neurological conditions, physiotherapy in Barrie provides targeted treatments to address your specific needs. They utilize various techniques, including manual therapy, therapeutic exercises, electrical modalities, and specialized equipment, to promote pain relief, improve mobility, and restore optimal function.

The physiotherapy clinic in Barrie is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, ensuring a comfortable and conducive environment for your therapy sessions. The team takes a patient-centred approach, actively involving you in the treatment process and tailoring the therapy plan to your unique goals and preferences.

By seeking physiotherapy in Barrie, you can expect compassionate care, expert guidance, and evidence-based treatments that will help you regain your strength, independence, and quality of life. Take the first step towards your recovery and book an appointment with a reputable physiotherapy clinic in Barrie today.

Physiotherapy Clinic Barrie

Our Physiotherapy clinic in Barrie is conveniently accessible and provides patients with a safe and clean environment. We are CARF-accredited and goal-oriented, assisting you in resuming an active lifestyle, regaining mobility, and reclaiming your independence.

Our interdisciplinary team (which includes physiotherapists, occupational therapists, chiropractors, massage therapists, and kinesiologists) is dedicated to providing evidence-based and client-centered therapy in our state-of-the-art facilities and clients’ homes and hospitals.



  • Post Trauma/fracture Rehabilitation
  • Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation
  • Spinal Cord Rehabilitation
  • Cognitive Functional Rehabilitation
  • Concussion Rehabilitation
  • Vestibular Rehabilitation
  • Chronic Pain Rehabilitation
  • Work Hardening Program
  • Catastrophic Injury Management
  • Occupational therapy
  • Personal Training Program
  • Hospital Discharge Planning
  • Community Reintegration Program
  • Physiotherapy
  • Chiropractic
  • Massage
  • Cupping
  • Acupuncture


Arthritis is a comprehensive word that encompasses over 200 rheumatic diseases and illnesses that affect the joints, connective tissue, and surrounding tissue. Pain and stiffness can be reduced with physiotherapy and chiropractic treatment.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by pressure on the median nerve in the wrist, which is also known as repetitive strain injury. Physiotherapy can help with pain, tingling, and numbness.

Frozen Shoulder
A frozen shoulder causes discomfort in the shoulder when the person moves it. Physiotherapy can help you manage your pain and slow down the advancement of your ailment.

Hand and Wrist Pain
The fingers, hand, and wrist might develop numbness, tingling, and weakness. However, sensation, movement, and dexterity can all be restored with physiotherapy.

Herniated Disc
When one of the bones in the vertebrae (spine) develops a problem, it is called a herniated disc. The most effective approaches to address the injury, discomfort, and pain are chiropractic and physiotherapy treatments.

Knee Pain
Tendonitis, ACL tear, bursitis, overuse of the knee, osteoarthritis, or other condition can cause knee discomfort. Physiotherapy speeds up recovery and enhances healing.

Lower Back Pain
Injury, overuse, poor posture, sciatica, scoliosis, arthritis, or various spinal ailments can all cause pain in the lower back. A physiotherapist can assist in identifying the issue and developing a customized treatment plan.

Muscle Sprains and Strain
Strains and muscular sprains can occur in everyday activities, sports, motor vehicle accidents, and over-activity. Medical massages and physiotherapy will speed up the healing process.

Neck Pain
Bad posture, whiplash, a ruptured disc, or even a lymphatic or throat infection can cause neck pain. Pain will be relieved and mobility restored with chiropractic and physiotherapy treatment.

Plantar Fasciitis
Plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of stabbing heel pain. Our foot care professionals can assist cure the disease and reduce the discomfort that occurs with the first morning steps.

After a surgical operation, it is normal for individuals to have persistent discomfort, limited movement, and numbness. Consult a licensed physiotherapist to determine the source of your pain and receive customized therapy.

Bad Posture
Neck, back, hip, and vertebral problems can result from an overly bent spine caused by poor posture. A visit with a chiropractor can help you improve your posture and discover ways to keep it healthy.

Rotator Cuff Injuries
Rotator cuff injuries can happen due to sports, repetitive motion, or even everyday activities. Rotator cuff injuries can be treated with physiotherapy to relieve pain and symptoms.

Scoliosis is a condition in which the spine curves in an ‘S’ or ‘C’ form. Chiropractic care can help with pain, digestion problems, and movement concerns.

Temporomandibular joint dysfunction, often known as TMJ discomfort, is caused by problems with the jaw muscles and joints that connect it to the skull. Physiotherapy and massage can help with pain, discomfort, and movement.


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Extended Health Insurance
You may be covered for some personal care services if you have extended health insurance through workplace group benefit plans organized by your employer, unions and trade groups, and professional associations.

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Automobile Insurance Accident Benefits
You might be eligible for accident benefits if you were involved in a motor vehicle accident. Medical and Rehabilitation Benefits, Attendant Care Benefits, Caregiver Benefits, and Lost Educational Expenses are just a few of the benefits you may be eligible for due to your injury.

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Workers Compensation Benefit Overview WSIB/WCB
The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) can help you if you have been wounded or injured at work. Please visit the WSIB website at to learn more about the advantages available to you through the WSIB.


From the comfort of your own home, we provide safe one-on-one virtual therapy services! We adhere to all industry best practices and rules to secure your data and privacy. In addition, you may use a secure platform to communicate with your therapist in real-time.

What are the Advantages of Virtual Therapy?

  • For clients in rural locations, this is a fantastic choice.
  • Suitable for those with physical disabilities
  • An alternative to face-to-face treatment

Make an appointment for virtual treatment now!



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Contact Info

65 Bell Farm Rd,
Barrie, ON L4M 5G1
Main entrance is wheelchair accessible
Hours of Operation
Monday to Friday 9:00AM to 6:00PM
Saturdays- Closed
Sunday- Closed
Languages Spoken
Farsi, Spanish, Russian, English
The building has free parking


416-548-7872BOOK NOW


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What is physiotherapy, and how can it help me?

Physiotherapy is a type of treatment aimed towards restoring, maintaining, and making the most of a patient’s health and bodily functions. The benefits of physiotherapy treatments are to prevent injury, decrease pain, and improve joint mobility and cardiorespiratory function. Physiotherapy helps restore, maintain, and maximize your strength, function, movement, and overall well-being to allow you to do your everyday activities.

What types of techniques and modalities do you use in physiotherapy treatments?

At our physiotherapy centre in Barrie, we use various evidence-based techniques and modalities to help our clients. We offer various treatments such as manual therapy, therapeutic exercises, ultrasound, electrical stimulation, and personalized rehabilitation plans. Our team of experts (which includes physiotherapists, occupational therapists, chiropractors, massage therapists, and kinesiologists) works together to provide client-centred care in our facilities, clients’ homes, and hospitals.

What types of conditions do you treat at your physiotherapy clinic in Barrie?

We treat conditions like arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, frozen shoulder, herniated disc, knee pain, lower back pain, neck pain, plantar fasciitis, bad posture, rotator cuff injuries, scoliosis, temporomandibular joint dysfunction, hand and wrist pain, muscle sprains and strain. Our physiotherapists also provide care to individuals pre and post-surgery to maximize their function and prevent further injuries.

How long is a typical physiotherapy session, and how many sessions will I need?

Typically, a session of physiotherapy lasts anywhere around thirty minutes to an hour. The number of sessions you will need depends on various client-specific factors, such as type of injury and other health factors, for instance having other pre-existing injuries/conditions which may impact your recovery. While some patients may see improvements in the first few sessions, others may need a longer treatment plan lasting for several weeks.

How do I schedule an appointment at your physiotherapy clinic in Barrie?

To schedule an appointment, you need to visit our website and click on “Request an Appointment” from our navigation menu. A form will appear on the screen, which needs to be filled out, after which click on the “Request an Appointment” button. You will be notified about your appointment via email.