The Department of Physiotherapy provides services that develop, maintain and restore people’s maximum movement and functional ability.

Physiotherapy can help people at any stage of life when movement and function are compromised by ageing, injury, diseases, disorders, conditions or environmental factors – taking account of physical, psychological, emotional and social wellbeing. We work in the health spheres of promotion, prevention, treatment/intervention and rehabilitation.

Physiotherapists address the following diagnoses:

Sports injuries

Back and neck pain

Postural problems


Amputee rehabilitation

Spinal cord injuries

Chronic airways disease

Rehabilitation following cardiac surgery

Stroke rehabilitation

Developmental and pediatric problems

Neurological conditions

Impaired mobility

Women's health


Geriatric problems

Specific children's conditions

Skills we address

Provide pediatric PT services for a wide variety of physical and developmental disabilities

Evaluate through standardized testing and clinical observation

Provide adult PT services to a population requiring rehabilitation

Maximizing functional independence and safety in all mobility

Instructing pediatrics and adults how to incorporate equipment into their lifestyles

Teaching movement scales, balance, equilibrium and control of movement

Provide consultation with other disciplines and families for a comprehensive team approach


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