Physiotherapy Etobicoke: Healthbound offers comprehensive and effective rehabilitation solutions to individuals seeking relief from pain and injuries. With a focus on promoting optimal physical function and mobility, physiotherapy plays a crucial role in enhancing overall wellness and quality of life.

In Etobicoke, physiotherapy services are readily available, catering to a diverse range of conditions such as sports injuries, post-surgical rehabilitation, chronic pain management, and musculoskeletal disorders. Highly trained and experienced physiotherapists utilize various evidence-based techniques, including manual therapy, exercise prescription, electrotherapy, and ultrasound, to tailor treatment plans specific to each patient’s needs.

Whether you’re an athlete recovering from a sports-related injury or an individual seeking relief from chronic pain, physiotherapy in Etobicoke provides personalized care and attention to help you regain strength, mobility, and functionality. By addressing the root cause of your condition, physiotherapy aims to alleviate pain, restore movement, and prevent future injuries.

With numerous clinics and healthcare facilities offering physiotherapy in Etobicoke, individuals can access expert care conveniently within their community. Take the first step towards your recovery and explore the benefits of physiotherapy in Etobicoke today

Etobicoke Physiotherapy Clinic

Our Physiotherapy Clinic Etobicoke is easily accessible, offering a safe, clean location for patients. We are CARF Accredited; We are goal-oriented; helping you return to an active lifestyle, restore your mobility and independence.

Our interdisciplinary team (including, but not limited to, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Chiropractors, Massage Therapists, and Kinesiologists) are committed to providing evidence-based and client-centred care at our state-of-the-art facilities, our 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 broad term that covers 200 conditions and rheumatic ailments that impact the joints, connective tissue and surrounding tissue. Physiotherapy and chiropractic treatment can reduce pain and stiffness.

Carpal tunnel syndrome
Carpal tunnel syndrome, commonly called repetitive strain injury, is caused because of pressure on the median nerve in the wrist. Alleviate pain, tingling and a numb sensation with physiotherapy.

Frozen shoulder
Sufferers of frozen shoulder experience pain in the shoulder during movement. Physiotherapy can treat and manage pain and arrest progression of the condition.

Hand and wrist pain
Numbness, tingling and weakness can develop in the fingers, hand and wrist. Physiotherapy can restore sensation, mobility and dexterity.

Herniated disc
A herniated disc occurs when one of the bones in the vertebrae (spine) develop a problem. Chiropractic and physiotherapy services are the best ways of treating the injury, discomfort and pain.

Knee pain
Knee pains can occur because of a tendonitis, ACL tear, bursitis, overuse of the knee, osteoarthritis or other injury. Physiotherapy improves healing and reduces recovery time.

Lower back pain
Pain in the lower back can occur due to injury, overuse, bad posture, sciatica, scoliosis, arthritis or a number of spinal related injuries. A physiotherapist can help identify the problem and prepare a personalized treatment.

Muscle sprains and strain
Strains and muscle sprains can occur in daily activity, out of sporting activity, motor vehicle injury, or even through over-activity. Medical massages and physiotherapy will hasten recovery.

Neck pain
Neck pain can be caused by bad posture, whiplash, a herniated disc or even lymphatic or throat infection. Chiropractic treatment and physiotherapy will alleviate pain and restore mobility.

Plantar fasciitis
Stabbing heel pain is caused most often by plantar fasciitis. Our foot care specialists can help relieve the pain that comes with the first morning steps and treat the condition.

It is common for patients to develop chronic pain, have reduced mobility and numbness after a surgical procedure. Consult with a qualified physiotherapist to evaluate the cause of your pain and receive personalized treatment.

Bad posture
An excessively curved spine because of bad posture will cause neck, back, hip and vertebrae issues. A consultation with a chiropractor will help improve posture and find means to maintain healthy posture.

Rotator cuff injuries
Rotator cuff injuries can occur because of sport, repetitive action and even in daily activity. Physiotherapy can treat pain and symptoms from rotator cuff injuries.

Scoliosis is a condition where a person’s spine has curved into an ‘S’ or ‘C’ shape. Chiropractic services can mitigate pain, digestive issues and mobility challenges.

Temporomandibular joint dysfunction or TMJ pain is caused by dysfunction of the jaw muscles and joints that attach it to the skull. Physiotherapy and massage will alleviate discomfort, pain and improve mobility.


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Extended Health Insurance
If extended health insurance is made available to you through workplace group benefit programs arranged by your employer, unions and trade, and professional associations, you may be covered for some personal care services.

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Automobile Insurance Accident Benefits
If you have been involved in a Motor Vehicle Accident, you are eligible to claim for accident benefits. Benefits that you are entitled to as a result of your accident include: Medical and Rehabilitation Benefits, Attendant Care Benefits, Caregiver Benefits and Lost Educational Expenses, just to name a few.

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Workers Compensation Benefit Overview WSIB/WCB
If you have been hurt or injured at work, the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) is there to assist you in your time of need. To find out more about the benefits available to you through the WSIB, please visit the WSIB website at


We offer secure one-on-one virtual therapy services from the comfort of your own home! We follow all industry standards practices and policies to protect your data and privacy. As well as utilize a secure platform for real-time sessions with your therapist.

What are the Benefits of Virtual Therapy?

  • Great option for clients in remote areas
  • Accessible for people with physical limitations
  • Alternative solution to in-person therapy

Book your virtual therapy session today!



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Contact Info

East Tower, Suite #111 Toronto, Ontario M8X 2X9
Accessible entrance access from Aberfoyle Crescent
Hours of Operation
Monday 9:00AM to 6:00PM
Tuesday 9:00AM to 6:00PM
Wednesday 9:00AM to 6:00PM
Thursday 9:00AM to 6:00PM
Friday 9:00AM to 6:00PM
Saturdays-10:00AM to 2:00PM
Sunday- Closed
Languages Spoken
English, Korean, Mandarin, Cantonese, French, Russian, Ukrainian, Serbian, Croatian, Urdu, Armenian, Spanish
The building has underground, valet and street parking on
3201-3277 Bloor St W


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How is physiotherapy beneficial?

Physiotherapy is known to treat a variety of conditions associated with our musculoskeletal system. It is also used to reduce any kind of inflammation and pain that you may be experiencing. Physiotherapists are also trained to provide rehabilitative care after you suffer any kind of injury or go through a surgery. Along with that, physiotherapy is essential to improve our overall health and fitness. 

What do I wear for physiotherapy?

It’s important to wear comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely. Try to wear athletic wear such as shorts, leggings, or sweatpants, along with a t-shirt or tank top. 

Do I need a referral to see a physiotherapist in Etobicoke?

No, you do not need a referral to see a physiotherapist in Etobicoke. 

How many physiotherapy sessions will I need?

The number of physiotherapy sessions required will depend on your specific condition, severity of symptoms, and response to treatment. Your physiotherapist will assess your condition and develop a plan for you as per your needs and it may include several sessions over a period of weeks or months. 

Is physiotherapy covered by OHIP?

No, our physiotherapy sessions are not covered by OHIP. We only offer physiotherapy covered by OHIP for patients who are below the age of 18 and above the age of 65. 

Can my physiotherapist diagnose me?

Yes, physiotherapists are qualified healthcare professionals who can diagnose injuries and conditions concerned with your musculoskeletal system. However, they cannot diagnose medical conditions beyond their scope of practice and may refer you to a medical doctor if needed.