Freedom of movement for freedom from pain.
One to One's Goal
To facilitate tissue repair and healing in order to restore movement and functional abilities with comfort and confidence.
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To alleviate symptoms, prevent deterioration and coach you, the client, to become an active participant in the therapy process for successful outcome.
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At Line Troster and Associates, we use a creative problem solving approach. We offer a wide variety of treatment methods, selected and customized for your unique needs, in the sequence, combination and dosage that provide optimum results. By correcting abnormalities and addressing the perpetuating factors, these treatment methods aim at reducing pain and other symptoms, restoring function and physical performance at any age.
If you suffer from:
back pain or sciatica
neck pain or whiplash
hip, knee or ankle pain or injury
shoulder and arm pain or rotator cuff injury
repetitive strain injury
post-injury or post-surgical difficulties
Pain and dysfunction, whether acute or long-term, chronic or recurrent, mild or severe, can be resolved when treated by a competent physiotherapist like Line Troster.
These techniques may help:
Manual Manipulation: Orthopedic, osteopathic techniques including Counterstrain, Muscle Energy, Myofascial Release and balancing
Neuro-muscular techniques including Trigenics
Electrotherapy: Pulsed Magnetic Stimulation, Electro-Acuscope (safe, computer-controlled, micro-amperage neural stimulation) to help return damaged tissue to normal electro-chemical activity and accelerate tissue repair
Exercise therapy: individually designed to address the goals for pain and tension relief, rebalance muscle groups, therapeutic training programs, in many cases using the resistive band and stability ball
Foot mechanics assessment and normalization
Gait and balance assessment and training
Patient Education to understand your contribution to the processes involved in corrective treatment and healing
Counselling, Relaxation therapy, and Stress Management toward developing skills to help control many of the physiological effects of stress on your condition, hence enhancing tissue normalization
Acupuncture, Herbal and Chinese Medicine, and Nutritional counselling, provided by Chris Savidge