Physiotherapy in Manitoba's Interlake Region
A direct, honest approach to physio treatment that takes your primary goals into consideration.
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Want to learn more about physiotherapy and how it can play an important role in your health?
We offer a full range of physio services for your family. From sports injury to MPI & WCB claims, we have you covered.
Monday & Wednesday: 12:00pm – 7:00pm
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 8:00am – 3:00pm
Call Us Today! 204-768-4876
When is it Time to Come to Physio?
There are many, many reasons to come to physio! I will share one of my favourite reasons to start! Here we go!
Something feels off. This is the number ONE most important time that you NEED to come to physio. This is your body’s way of telling you that something isn’t working properly. Think of when you get a cavity: it doesn’t happen overnight. The tooth breaks down gradually overtime and then BLAMO! Seemingly out of nowhere you get tooth pain!
It is the same thing for the body! If something feels stiff, tight, there is a twinge of pain when you move, your back is sore at the end of a day at work… NONE of this is normal and is your body’s way of saying, "Hey! Something isn’t working properly!". Get in to see physio ASAP and it will prevent you from having a big, massive episode of pain where you may have to take time off work or not be able to do your regular day-to-day activities.
Meet Caitlin Trakalo, Physiotherapist
Caitlin’s journey to becoming a physiotherapy started long before she started her Master’s of Physical Therapy degree at the University of Manitoba. In 2008, she was in a devastating quad accident in Corfu, Greece where she broke both of her ankles. The next 4 years involved 4 surgeries to both of her ankles, and extensive physiotherapy.
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A direct, honest approach to treatment that takes your primary goals into consideration. A full, detailed biomechanical and functional assessment is completed where time is always taken to ensure you fully understand your injury and the direction that needs to be taken to move forward. We then work together to get you back to your goals
Chronic Pain Treatment
Physiotherapists are highly trained to take all present health conditions into consideration when treating chronic pain to affectively and safely address the route of your pain and dysfunction.
Acute Injury Treatment
An initial assessment will completely screen your injury to ensure you are appropriate for physiotherapy, and can rule out if further medical attention is warranted.
When appropriate, orthotics can be an excellent addition to help address lower leg and foot problems. A detailed assessment and biomechanical analysis of your entire lower extremity will be conducted
Book a ConsultationWith C.T. Physiotherapy
Mon. & Wed. 12:00pm – 7:00pm
Tue. Thu. & Fri. 8:00am – 3:00pm
Sat. & Sun. Closed
29 Main Street
Ashern, Manitoba R0C 0E0