Based on the Province of Manitoba’s orders under the Public Health Act, we will be keeping the clinic closed until at least April 15th.
We will not be booking appointments at this time but have started a wait list and will call to schedule you when the clinic reopens.
We are checking voicemails and emails frequently so please reach out if you have any questions or concerns. Call the clinic at 204-275-3698 or email email@example.com.
Please stay safe and thank you for your understanding.
After careful consideration, and in light of the rapidly evolving Covid-19 situation, we’ve made the difficult decision to close our clinic, effective Saturday, March 21, 2020 until April 6, 2020 unless circumstances change.
The safety of our clients, staff and greater community are of utmost importance, and therefore we are respecting the social distancing protocols suggested by the guidelines from Manitoba Health, Health Canada, and the World Health Organization to minimize the spread of COVID-19.
All appointments during this time will be rescheduled for after April 6, 2020. We will be monitoring and replying to voicemails and emails on a regular basis. Updates will be posted on our website, social media platforms, and Facebook/Instagram.
We apologize for any inconvenience this causes. We are all in this together, and together we will get through it. Looking forward to helping you all when the time is right.
Welcome to Markham Physiotherapy located in Winnipeg Manitoba Canada. We offer pain and injury solutions for South Winnipeg and beyond. We hold ourselves to the highest standard in order to achieve the best possible outcomes for those that seek our care.
At the heart of our practice is the promise to facilitate well being to the best of our abilities, and to approach everyone with compassion, honesty and integrity. Listening is a vital part of what we do.
Recovery from injury or illness requires a balance of education, rehabilitation and confidence. Markham Physiotherapy works as your partner on the road to better health and mobility by providing you with the most beneficial rehabilitation techniques, and the most up-to-date information about your injury. We will help you to build confidence to empower you in the healing process.
Visit your Physiotherapist as soon as you experience lingering pain or discomfort. Physiotherapy is a science-based, regulated health discipline designed to diagnose physical problems – and then remedy them with ailment-specific treatments.read more
Research has shown that acupuncture is an effective treatment for many problems. In conjunction with physiotherapy, it is used to alleviate pain and restore body function, allowing for a fuller – and possibly quicker – recovery and return to function.read more
Either on its own or in complement to physiotherapy is a treatment which consists of manipulation of the soft tissues of the body such as muscles, tendons, and connective tissue with the goal of improving tissue healing, providing relaxation and relief of pain, as well as increasing circulation and the activity of the lymphatic system.read more
Athletic therapists are skilled in the prevention and care of acute and chronic musculoskeletal disorders (muscles, bones, joints) to the physically active sustained either at work or through involvement in recreational or sporting activities.read more
Have you recently had knee replacement surgery, or know someone who has? We offer rehabilitation classes several times a week to help individuals recovering from knee replacement surgery restore their mobility and function. The class is suitable for anyone who has had a knee replacement, regardless of age or time since the surgery. The class is conducted by an experienced physiotherapist who will monitor progress and re-assess at each visit.read more
Physiologic yoga is a unique approach to traditional yoga, aimed at reducing muscle tension, calming the nervous system, and improving mindfulness. This type of yoga encompasses gentle movements and poses, while focusing on linking movements and the breath. Practicing yoga can help lower your blood pressure and heart rate. Yoga also helps manage stress and promote relaxation.read more