Fields of intervention in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy 

  • Pain related to joint conditions : arthrosis , arthritis, …
  • Headaches
  • Neck pain  caused by accident or not ( for instance, Whiplash)
  • Spinal pain : pinched nerve, …
  • Thoracic pain ( musculoskeletal origin)
  • Thoracic outlet syndrome
  • Sciatica or nerve pain with or without  neurological changes in arm(s) or leg(s) ( pins and needles, numbness, weakness, tingling…)
  • Low back pain : bulging discs, poor posture,  back muscle strains…
  • Shoulder : rotator cuff pain, shoulder dislocation, frozen shoulder, …
  • Elbow pain : tennis elbow, olecranon bursitis…
  • Hand(s) pain : carpal tunnel syndrome, de Quervain’s tenosynovitis…
  • Hip pain
  • Knee pain : knee cap pain, meniscus tear, ACL injury, Osgood-Schlatter Disease…
  • Foot pain
  • Sport injuries
  • Cramps
  • Fractures : post-operative or conservative management 
  • Bursitis : hip, shoulder…
  • Sprains and strains
  • Torn ligaments
  • Overuse injuries ( often related to work injuries) / repetitive strain injuries

 

Do you know that neck pain can be related to your jaw without feeling any symptoms in your jaw at all?

Also, do you know that your posture and the balance of your muscles is an important consideration when you have any musculoskeletal pain or discomfort?

 

At Be Well Physiotherapy, we have a holistic and patient-centred approach with all our clients as we consider important to:

Treat every patient in his oneness and not only apply standardized protocols

In order to maintain activities of daily living, people will try to continue to move even if there is pain or discomfort. It is done at the cost of body compensations and adaptation mechanisms.  As a result, each body is unique. 

Also, an isolated muscular action does not exist: the body organizes its expressions and movements through chains made of a series of muscles grouped for a specific function. We call it  “muscular chains”.

When you have any muscle pain, even if you feel it just in your knee, it is important to work on your body compensations and adaptation mechanisms.This implies working on muscles within muscle chains which could be far away but related to your local problem. It is beneficial in the long term. 

Avoid relapses: our aim is to ease your symptoms and help your body to maintain treatment results in long-term

At Be Well Physiotherapy, we do our best to find out  and target the causes of your complaints. We will tell you how your symptoms can be managed.

Our physiotherapists will explain how you can continue to work on your muscles and prevent compensation mechanisms whether you are older or younger.

Site Map