For all your Physiotherapy needs in the downtown Toronto core, Ace Physio offers highly skilled Physiotherapists and modern technology at an affordable rate.
Our Registered Physiotherapists have a reliable track-record of effectively addressing various sports-related and work-related physical ailments and injuries using a holistic approach that combines traditional and modern physiotherapy techniques with the aid of the latest technology and equipment.
When you suffer from an injury or a painful physical ailment, it is important to restore physical mobility and functional use of your muscles as early as possible in order to aid the recovery process. We understand how acute and chronic pain can affect you physically and mentally, preventing you from leading a fully functional and fulfilling life. Our primary aim is to provide immediate alleviation from pain in a naturally safe and drug-free manner, along with enabling your body to regain its natural strength and endurance. Your ability to perform body movements in a pain-free and effortless manner is integral to your ability to lead a healthy, independent and quality life.
Physiotherapy can accelerate and aid the natural recovery process, especially when professionally administered following a thorough clinical assessment and diagnosis. At Ace Physio, we recognize the importance of enabling you to regain your independence to perform normal physical functions and provide effective pain-relief in order to promote a speedy recovery. Ace Physio offers convenient subway access through the Yonge Street and College Street North-East Subway Exit. Ace Physio can also be easily accessed from College Park, and 777 Bay St. Call 416-900-6653 and Book an Appointment with Ace Physio Today!
How can you benefit from our experienced physiotherapists?
You can benefit in many ways from the specialist advice and customized treatment of our experienced physiotherapists. All physiotherapists at Ace Physio are registered with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario (www.collegept.org) and are licensed to provide physiotherapy treatments.
Our physiotherapists provide expert assistance in choosing and customizing an exercise program aimed at strengthening your muscles and joints, improving flexibility and stabilizing your body movements following an accident or in preparation of participating in a sporting event. Your physiotherapist can also provide you with specialized manual therapy including; massage, joint mobilization and manipulations to obtain optimal joint mobility. Through manual therapy, your Physiotherapist can help improve blood circulation and posture, aid in relaxation and provide effective relief from chronic (long-term) or acute (recent) and debilitating pain.
At Ace Physio, the knowledge and expertise of your physiotherapist is complemented by the use of traditional as well as modern therapeutic techniques using the latest technology and equipment. Specialist traditional therapeutic techniques include Acupuncture and Gua Sha. Modern methods using state-of-the-art equipment are also practiced such as Shockwave Therapy, Laser Therapy and Spinal Decompression.
How can your physiotherapist contribute towards enhancing the quality of your life?
At Ace Physio, we believe in the participative power of physiotherapy to aid in the healing process of your body by stimulating your muscles, tissues and bones. Our registered physiotherapists employ their in-depth knowledge of the body’s musculoskeletal and neurological systems to clinically appraise an injury or physical ailment and prescribe the most effective method of treatment to achieve immediate as well as long-term benefits.
Our physiotherapists have extensive knowledge of sports related injuries and work related injuries. Some of the common painful conditions that we can effectively address includes; Achilles Tendonitis, Plantar Fasciitis, Frozen Shoulder, Tennis Elbow, Shin Splints, Rotator Cuff Tendinitis, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Knee – Osteoarthritis, Knee- Patello-Femoral Syndrome, Hand- De Quervain Tenosynovitis, Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), Disc Herniation of Lumbar Spine (Lower Back), Disc Herniation of Cervical Spine (Neck), Spinal Stenosis, Whiplash caused by a Car Accident, Cervicogenic Headaches, Trigger Finger, Temporomandibular joint Disorders, Golfer’s Elbow, Bunions, Ankle Sprain, Morton’s Neuroma, Post Op ACL Tears, Trochanteric Bursitis, Iliotibial Band Syndrome, Piriformis Syndrome.
We practice restorative methods to aid in the body’s recuperative abilities as well proactive techniques to improve muscular strength and endurance thereby preventing the potential for future injuries and improving the general quality of life by encouraging freedom, vitality and vigour in physical activities.
How do you know if you need the services of a physiotherapist?
Athletes generally seek the services of a Physiotherapist in the event of a sports-related injury to facilitate the healing and recovery process from muscular or skeletal damage. In some surgical cases, doctors often recommend the services of a physiotherapist. Following a surgical procedure, in order for the patient to fully recover and regain independent and unaided freedom of movement, the services of a physiotherapist can be greatly beneficial.
You may have undergone surgery to recover from an injury following an accident or the surgical procedure may have been conducted with the aim of correcting a restrictive movement disorder. In both cases, whether following a restorative or a corrective surgery, physiotherapy can greatly influence the body’s ability to recover and regain or achieve optimal freedom of movement. In the event of a chronic (long-term) painful condition such as back pain or neck pain, the cause of which could be work-related or lifestyle influenced, consulting with a physiotherapist can help in identifying the cause and choosing an appropriate non-invasive, non-surgical and even drug-free therapy to overcome the pain.
A common but often ignored symptom of work-related stress is excessive fatigue, tiredness and lethargy leading to a sedentary lifestyle. This could also be a sign of depression and anxiety. Physiotherapy can also be used to provide relaxation and as a means of relieving stress and in many cases, can be a better and long-term alternative to drugs and medicines.
What are the different physiotherapy services available at Ace Physio?
Ace Physio offers a wide range of physiotherapy services that can be specifically customized according to your requirements. We take great pride in the serene environment and hygienic amenities that we offer at our physiotherapy treatment facilities which are conveniently and discreetly located in downtown Toronto.
Individualized Movement and Exercise Programs
We will help you create a specific exercise program designed to achieve your physical objectives using stretching, strengthening, stabilization and functional activities. You can practice the program at our facility or in the comfort of your home.
Manual Therapy Techniques
These consist of a range of techniques that are skilfully administered by trained physiotherapists to mobilize the joints of the spine and extremities, stimulate blood circulation and restore pain-free range of motions. The techniques include joint mobilization (gentle gliding) techniques, manipulation or adjustments, muscle energy techniques, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF), active release therapy (ART) and soft tissue massage among others.
Postural and Biomechanical Analysis
An incorrect body posture could be the cause of a painful condition or pain can force you to adopt an improper posture or unnatural gait. Following a specialist analysis and evaluation, your physiotherapist can recommend posture correction, optimal sporting and running techniques and safe lifting tips that can provide long-term relief from pain as well as contribute to improve sporting performance.
Workplace Ergonomic Assessment
A person’s work environment including furniture and equipment as well as work-rest cycles can significantly influence productivity levels and also individual health. Our physiotherapists can conduct occupational health risk analysis including ergonomic, fitness, health and medical assessments and recommend appropriate remedial measures such as correct work posture and stretching exercises to prevent injuries.
Taping and strapping Techniques
Our physiotherapists use professional taping and strapping techniques to prevent injuries while performing sports of strenuous physical activities. The techniques are also used in rehabilitation programs to aid in the speedier recovery from injuries.
Get fitted with customized braces for knee or ankle made from Ultralight Magnesium Alloy to prevent sports-related injuries and enhance performance. These are anatomically designed and fitted to provide maximum comfort and support.