Physiotherapists – Calgary – NW & SE Clinics
AlbertaPT consists of physiotherapist-operated clinics committed to providing excellent treatment. We are patient-focused and strive to be leaders in health care innovation. AlbertaPT is in partnership with other medical service providers, including the spinal triage team at Caleo Health.
People often have trouble finding a physiotherapist. With so many providers and treatment options, many choose to delay professional advice. At AlbertaPT, we know that each injury is unique and choosing the correct therapy is important. Injuries can be time-sensitive and prompt assessment and treatment can be critical.
To guide patients into better choices, we offer convenient appointment times and email screening service. Our physiotherapists are knowledgeable and approachable. They will work with you to answer your questions and get you back to your daily life.
Can AlbertaPT help?
For most patients, finding a physiotherapist can be a difficult task. With so many treatment providers and treatment options, many simply delay professional advice. At AlbertaPT, we know that each injury is unique and choosing the correct therapy is important. To guide patients into better choices, we offer a convenient email service
For patients who require treatment, we have a number of physiotherapists on our team. In addition to general and advanced physiotherapy, we work in partnership with primary physicians and medical specialists.
Contact us today at ask@albertaPT.com.
We have two locations in Calgary that provide parking and easy access for surrounding communities.
Lynnwood Health Physiotherapy
207-6622 20A Street SE (Beside the Lynnwood Pharmacy)
Ranchlands Health Physiotherapy
222A-1829 Ranchlands Blvd. NW (Above the Dairy Queen)
- Car Accidents
- Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) – Acute Care
- Physiotherapy Care after surgery or injuries
- Caleo Health Screen for Spinal Specialist
- Sports Medicine Screen – Concussion
- Orthotist Screen – Custom Braces covered by AADL, WCB, Insurance
At AlbertaPT, we believe in a team approach. All of our staff, including the Care Coordinators, makes the difference. Not only are they a friendly face when you visit, but they can help you with a number of administrative related tasks. Services include:
- Direct Billing
- Car Accident Paperwork Coordination
- Information on Connecting with Medical Specialists
At AlbertaPT offices we offer traditional physiotherapy services with advanced modalities (technologies). All of our clinicians are highly trained in physiotherapy approaches. Specific services include:
- Manual Therapy
- Joint Mobilization
- McKenzie Approach
- Transcuteneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS)
- Advanced ElectroTherapy
- Ultrasound Therapy
- Acuscope/ Myoscope Current
- Class 3b Therapeutic Laser (LLLT)
- ShockWave by Wolf
- Therapeutic Yoga
- Pilates/ Core Training with Functional Patterning
- Active Release/ Myofascial Release
- Graston/ Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation
- Kinesio Tape
- Acupuncture/ Dry Needling
- Custom Bracing/ Orthotics
What can physiotherapy do for me?
Physiotherapists are experts at improving the function of the muscles, joints and nerves. If you have aches and pains lasting greater than 2 weeks, consultation with a physiotherapist is recommended. Depending on your evaluation, treatment options can include muscle release, joint manipulation, acupuncture, and advanced electrical modalities.
Do I need a doctor’s referral?
Physiotherapists are primary care providers and do not require a doctor’s referral. Having said this, physiotherapists traditionally do work with physicians and may request you to follow up with your family doctor. For some insurance providers, a doctor’s referral may be required.
Does insurance cover the cost of physiotherapy?
Most insurance providers cover physiotherapy. Navigating the various systems can be complicated. For car accidents and work related accident injuries, physiotherapy is typically covered. For private insurance plans and veteran affairs, funding levels can vary. There is limited coverage provided by Alberta Health Services for certain cases. Contact our team and we can assist you in accessing resources and answering any questions you may have.
How long are treatments and assessments?
Assessments will take longer than treatments and are necessary to get more detailed information about your individual case. Assessments are also when the treatment plan is determined. Treatment times can vary depending on the nature of the injury and how much each individual can handle per visit. Treatment times typically last 20-40 minutes.
I’ve been to a physiotherapist and I didn’t get good results, what can I expect from AlbertaPT?
All the senior physiotherapists at AlbertaPT have over 10 years clinical experience and have advanced skills including IMS, Acupuncture, Manipulation, and Diagnostic Imaging. In addition to years of clinical experience, our physiotherapists have the credentials to back up their work. If you have seen a massage therapist, chiropractor, or physiotherapist, and want to have a second opinion, contact our office and ask for one of our Senior Physiotherapists.
At AlbertaPT we want our clients to see results and to be able to return to their daily lives. Our highly trained physiotherapists are results oriented and patient focused. Our team at AlbertaPT wants you to receive excellent clinical care in a professional and friendly setting. Contact us today and get started on your road to recovery.
Phone: (403) 454-1333
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