Physiotherapy Toronto: HealthBound’s Toronto physiotherapy clinic maintains an unwavering commitment to comprehensive and personalized care at every stage. Our specialties include managing chronic conditions and helping individuals recover from accidents. The primary goal of our highly experienced and knowledgeable team of physiotherapists is to enhance every aspect of your physical well-being.

Since healthcare needs vary among individuals, our physiotherapy services in Toronto are customized to meet these unique requirements. Whether patients are dealing with musculoskeletal pain, recuperating from sports-related injuries, undergoing post-surgical rehabilitation, or facing neurological issues, they can rest assured that our team is equipped to address their needs. For pain relief, improved mobility, and optimal functional restoration, we utilize a wide range of treatment approaches, including electrical modalities, hands-on therapeutic exercises, and the latest devices.

Our facility in Toronto boasts modern amenities, making it an ideal place for comfortable therapy sessions. We actively involve you in the treatment process by designing a therapy plan that aligns with your specific goals and preferences.

Choosing HealthBound for physiotherapy in Toronto will assist you in regaining your strength and independence. Schedule an appointment with our renowned Toronto physiotherapy clinic today to start your journey towards a better quality of life.

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Toronto Physiotherapy Clinic

Our Physiotherapy Clinic in Toronto has easy accessibility for patients with the facility being extremely safe and clean. We are CARF Accredited; We are goal-oriented; we focus on helping you return to your active lifestyle and restore your independence and mobility.

We have a well-trained interdisciplinary team (including, but not limited to, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Massage Therapists, Chiropractors, and Kinesiologists) who have a commitment to providing client-centered and evidence-based care at our state-of-the-art facilities, our client’s 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
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Physiotherapy
  • Chiropractic
  • Massage
  • Cupping
  • Acupuncture


Arthritis is a broadly used term that encompasses 200 conditions including rheumatic ailments that affect the joints and the connective and underlying tissues. Chiropractic treatment and physiotherapy can help reduce stiffness and pain.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, which is also called repetitive strain injury, is brought upon by pressure on the median nerve on the wrist. Physiotherapy can help alleviate pain, tingling, and numb sensation.

Frozen Shoulder
Individuals suffering from frozen shoulder, experience pain in the shoulder especially during movement. Through physiotherapy, lack of mobility and progression of the condition can be controlled and treated.

Hand and Wrist Pain
Numbness, tingling, and weakness tend to develop in the fingers, wrists, and hands due to injury or age. Physiotherapy can help restore dexterity, mobility, and sensation.

Herniated Disc
A problem in the soft, cushioning tissue between the bones of the vertebral column (spine) can lead to a herniated disc. One of the best remedies that provide comfort from pain and treats the injury is chiropractic and physiotherapy services.

Knee Pain
Knee pain can be triggered by an ACL tear, tendonitis, overuse of the knee, osteoarthritis, and other injuries to the knee. Physiotherapy enhances healing, provides relief, and reduces recovery time.

Lower Back Pain
Bad posture, arthritis, scoliosis, sciatica, overuse, and a number of other spinal injuries can cause pain in the lower back. A physiotherapist can help chart a personalized treatment plan after identifying the problem.

Muscle Sprains and Strains
Daily activities, sporting activities, motor-vehicle injury, and overuse of the muscle can cause strains and muscular sprains. Massages performed by trained professionals and physiotherapists can provide relief and improve recovery time.

Neck Pain
Neck pain can occur due to whiplash, herniated disc, bad posture, or even a lymphatic or throat infection. In order to restore mobility and find comfort from pain, visit our physiotherapist in Toronto.

Plantar Fasciitis
Plantar fasciitis causes stabbing pain in the heel. The pain that comes with the first morning steps can be treated by our foot care specialists. They will help treat the condition to provide relief.

Post Surgery
Surgical procedures can lead to chronic pain, numbness, and reduced mobility even after the surgery. Receive personalized treatment from a trained physiotherapist who can help identify the cause and help you recover.

Bad Posture
Neck, back, hip, and vertebrae pain can be caused due to bad posture and an excessively curved spine. A chiropractor will not only treat pain but will also provide corrective advice to help improve and maintain a healthy posture.

Rotator Cuff Injuries
Repetitive actions, sports, and daily activities can lead to rotator cuff injuries. Physiotherapy can help heal the pain and provide relief from rotator cuff injury symptoms.

Scoliosis is a condition where an individual’s spine bends into an ‘S’ shape or ‘C’ shape. Chiropractic treatment can help combat pain, digestive issues, and mobility reduction.

Dysfunction of the jaw muscles and the joints attaching it to the skull can lead to TMJ also known as temporomandibular joint dysfunction. Massage and physiotherapy can help alleviate discomfort and pain and enhance mobility.


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.

Automobile Insurance Accident Benefits
If you have been involved in a Motor Vehicle Accident, you are eligible to claim 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.

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


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Main entrance is wheelchair accessible
Hours of Operation
Monday to Friday – 9:00 am to 6:00 pm,
Saturdays- 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Sundays – Closed
Languages Spoken
English, French, Cantonese, Russian, Korean, Armenian
Parking lot outside for clinic use


What should I do after my treatment?

After your treatment, it is important to follow any instructions given to you by your physiotherapist. This may include specific exercises or stretches to do at home, ice or heat therapy, or taking any prescribed medications. It is also recommended to rest and avoid any strenuous activity for the first 24-48 hours after treatment. If you experience any new or worsening symptoms after your treatment, it is important to contact your physiotherapist Toronto right away.

Does physiotherapy hurts?

It is possible for some techniques included in physiotherapist treatments to hurt a little. You may feel some discomfort during your sessions which is quite common. However, if you experience strong pain, let your therapist know immediately.

How many visits do you need for physiotherapy?

It totally depends on your specific requirements and condition. If you are dealing with something minor, you can feel better in just a couple sessions. However, if your condition is severe, then you can expect to attend sessions for several weeks.

What issues can a physiotherapist treat?

Physiotherapists are trained to treat a wide range of issues, including musculoskeletal pain, injuries, and post-surgery rehabilitation. They can also help with neurological conditions, such as stroke or Parkinson’s disease, respiratory conditions like asthma, and chronic pain management. Not only this but they can also provide preventive care and promote overall wellness through exercise and education.

How many sessions do I need?

The number of physiotherapy sessions required varies depending on the individual and their specific condition or injury. Some patients may see improvements after just a few sessions, while others may require ongoing treatment for several weeks.

How can I schedule an appointment?

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


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