Physiotherapy and Massage
Our physiotherapists in Calgary provide comprehensive assessment and treatment programs focused on injury prevention, returning you to an optimal level of performance and also help prevent recurrence of an injury. As movement specialists, our Calgary physiotherapy clinic offers manual therapy and rehabilitation programs with a hands-on approach to help you restore, maximize and maintain movement for the rest of your life.
Our registered massage therapists have a unique understanding of the demands that different sports place on your body and they are an important part of our collaborative healthcare team.
With no referral needed you can quickly get in to see one of our experienced physiotherapists or registered massage therapists. If you would like to see a sports physician prior to your physiotherapy or massage, please ask your doctor for a referral.
We utilize advanced sports physiotherapy treatment modalities to effectively help return you to pain free function. We start by creating an appropriate program that’s just right for you, with the goal of reducing inflammation and increasing the activity of biological components involved in the healing process. Our complete list of sports physiotherapy treatments include: sport specific performance and rehabilitation programs, preoperative and postoperative education and rehabilitation, manual therapy, vestibular therapy, post-concussion management, injury prevention and screening programs, modalities (acupuncture, ultrasound, electrotherapy, Gunn IMS electrotherapy, shockwave therapy, Game Ready), athletic and kinesio taping, and exercise therapy. Meet the Physiotherapy Team.
To book an appointment, call 403-284-4040 or send a request to our appointment team below. No referral necessary
Sport Massage Therapy
Specializing in advanced sports massage and orthopedic muscle treatments to enhance your athletic preparation for, or recovery from, the physical demands of training or competition—our registered massage therapists (RMT) and sports massage therapists work with athletes of all levels and are well versed in kinesthetic therapeutic massage, sports massage, deep tissue massage, athletic massage, trigger point treatment, rehabilitation, pre/post-surgical treatment, fascial conditions and sport taping / kinesio taping. Meet our Sport Massage Therapist.
To book an appointment, call 403-284-4040 or send a request to our appointment team below. No referral necessary.
After any type of injury or surgery, increasing your mobility while still maintaining conditioning is a top priority. Group23’s advanced HydroWorx aquatic underwater treadmill allows you to correctly simulate land-based walking, running or sports-specific activities without the body weight and joint impact to help improve cardiovascular stamina. Advanced physio hydrotherapy helps promote healing and improve range of motion, while also strengthening muscle and injured tissues with the use of a pool treadmill, water treadmill or underwater treadmill.
Benefits of HydroWorx Pool when rehabbing athletes with Lisa Hoffart, physiotherapist.
We pride ourselves on offering the most advanced physical therapy technology available. If you have been injured or are in rehabilitation, our AlterG® Anti Gravity Treadmill can help to regain mobility, develop strength and fitness, plus increase range of motion and natural movement—all while minimizing stress on your injuries.
The anti gravity treadmill provides physical therapists a precise way to track patient progress, keeping patients engaged and motivated. Ideal for hip replacement patients.
Shockwave therapy works with your body to stimulate the natural healing process through a series of non-invasive high-energy pulses. Radial shockwave therapy is easy to apply and has proven beneficial with patients seeing little improvement through traditional physical therapy. It is an effective treatment option for jumper’s knee, shoulder pain, tennis elbow, heel spurs, prolonged muscle pain, chronic tendinopathy, medial tibial stress syndrome, calcification, hip pain - areas where tissue attaches to bone. In some cases, it can potentially help eliminate the need for surgery altogether.