Connect at home with Video Physiotherapy

Leduc Physio is pleased to introduce Video Physiotherapy appointments. You can connect from anywhere. Your physiotherapist can provide education, and online exercise program, which can be tracked and monitored by your physiotherapist. Book online, or call us at 780-980-5443 or email us at info@leducphysio.ca for more information.


Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy begins with a history of complaints and a thorough physical examination. Once a diagnosis has been made, a treatment plan will be discussed. Treatment options may include manual therapy, manipulative therapy, electrical modalities, thermal agents, rehabilitative exercise, or various taping techniques. Treatments may also include different forms of dry needling, such as acupuncture... Read More

Physiotherapy begins with a history of complaints and a thorough physical examination. Once a diagnosis has been made, a treatment plan will be discussed. Treatment options may include manual therapy, manipulative therapy, electrical modalities, thermal agents, rehabilitative exercise, or various taping techniques. Treatments may also include different forms of dry needling, such as acupuncture, trigger point needling, or GunnIMS techniques.


WCB ( Worker's Compensation Board) Physiotherapy

If you have been injured at work please follow these steps: 1. Tell Your Employer :Tell your employer the details of your injury. After receiving notice, your employer must report your injury to WCB-Alberta within 72 hours if: you need medical treatment beyond first aid you cannot do your job beyond the day of accident. 2. Tell Your Health Care Provider: Tell your health care provider you wer... Read More

If you have been injured at work please follow these steps: 1. Tell Your Employer :Tell your employer the details of your injury. After receiving notice, your employer must report your injury to WCB-Alberta within 72 hours if: you need medical treatment beyond first aid you cannot do your job beyond the day of accident. 2. Tell Your Health Care Provider: Tell your health care provider you were injured at work. Your doctor, chiropractor or physiotherapist must report your injury to WCB-Alberta within 48 hours. 3. Tell WCB: Tell WCB-Alberta and send your Report of Injury form right away. You can get forms from your employer or our forms page, any WCB-Alberta office or report online.


MVA ( Motor Vehicle Accident) Physiotherapy

Have you been injured in a motor vehicle collision? If so, there are a few steps to follow: 1. Report the accident to your insurer. 2. Come in for a physiotherapist assessment within 10 days of your accident. 3. You will be required to fill out an AB-1 and AB-2 form to the insurance company. These are available from our office staff. Your insurance will authorize a certain number of physic... Read More

Have you been injured in a motor vehicle collision? If so, there are a few steps to follow: 1. Report the accident to your insurer. 2. Come in for a physiotherapist assessment within 10 days of your accident. 3. You will be required to fill out an AB-1 and AB-2 form to the insurance company. These are available from our office staff. Your insurance will authorize a certain number of physical therapy and massage therapy treatments based on the injuries that you sustained. Your physical therapist will assist you in the authorization process. 4. Most treatments will be “direct billed”, but it is important to find out if you have any extended health care benefits which may also need to be used, depending on the injuries sustained. ** Note: As MVA claims are complicated, they will not be available for online booking**


Shockwave ( EWST) Therapy

Radial Shockwave Therapy is an excellent alternative for people with chronic pain who have exhausted all other treatment avenues (e.g. physiotherapy, chiropractic, massage therapy, etc.), and is often used as a pre-surgery option. Radial Shockwave Therapy has been scientifically proven to help relieve chronic pain associated with heel spurs, tennis/golfer's elbow, achilles tendonitis, frozen s... Read More

Radial Shockwave Therapy is an excellent alternative for people with chronic pain who have exhausted all other treatment avenues (e.g. physiotherapy, chiropractic, massage therapy, etc.), and is often used as a pre-surgery option. Radial Shockwave Therapy has been scientifically proven to help relieve chronic pain associated with heel spurs, tennis/golfer's elbow, achilles tendonitis, frozen shoulder and many other conditions that cause chronic pain. Radial Shockwave Therapy is the application of a high-energy acoustic pulse transmitted into the tissue of the affected area of the body. Each Radial Shockwave treatment works to increase the metabolic activity around the site of pain or discomfort, stimulating the reabsorption of irritative calcium deposits in tendons and stimulate the body's natural healing process, thus reducing pain. Radial Shockwave Therapy typically requires three treatments one week apart for optimal results. Most patients feel significant improvement of symptoms after only the first treatment. Treatment is carried out by passing over the injured area with the shockwave applicator. Guided by your feedback, the exact positioning of the shockwave applicator is determined for optimum results. The treatments last approximately five minutes and may be slightly uncomfortable, but are well tolerated by everyone.


Orthotics

A custom orthotic is a device designed to align the foot and ankle into the most anatomically efficient position. They look like insoles, but are biomechanical medical appliances that are custom made to correct your specific foot imbalance. Custom orthotics work on your feet much like glasses work on your eyes - they reduce stress and strain on your body by bringing your feet back into proper a... Read More

A custom orthotic is a device designed to align the foot and ankle into the most anatomically efficient position. They look like insoles, but are biomechanical medical appliances that are custom made to correct your specific foot imbalance. Custom orthotics work on your feet much like glasses work on your eyes - they reduce stress and strain on your body by bringing your feet back into proper alignment. The plastic body of the custom orthotic helps to re-align the foot by redirecting and reducing certain motion that takes place during the gait cycle. Custom orthotics fit into your shoes as comfortably as an insole - and they have the advantage of having been made from precise imprints of your feet. Orthotics may be fit to many types of shoes, including dress shoes, running shoes, boots, hockey skates, and sandals. www.theorthoticgroup.com

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