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What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapists study the science of movement.  They learn how to pinpoint an injury’s root causes.  They treat a wide range of patients and conditions using various manual therapies, modalities, exercise prescription, bracing and taping.  They treat low back pain, concussions/whiplash, headaches/migraines, muscle pain, strains/sprains, plantar fasciitis, pre/post surgical rehabilitation, rotator cuff/shoulder injury, sciatica, tendonitis, TMJ dysfunction, carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow/golfer's elbow, etc. 
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Physical Therapist
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Trained in Accupuncture and Cupping, both modalities are used to treat/reduce inflammation


Areas of Practice:​​

  • Injury prevention

  • Musculoskeletal injury rehabilitation

  • Sport specific rehabilitation

  • Post-op and Pre-op Rehabilitation

  • Functional movement for daily activities

  • Biomechanical Assessments


If you are:

  • Dealing with chronic or acute pain

  • An active individual in your daily living

  • An elite athlete

  • A weekend warrior

  • Feeling like you lack strength or flexibility

  • Looking to improve your performance in sports or hobbies

  • Looking to return to your sport or hobbies


Together we will work towards:

  • Pain free optimal movements

  • Meeting your activity goals

  • Increasing your range of motion, flexibility, and strength

  • Learning your body’s natural movements

  • Returning to your activities of daily living

  • Returning to your sport

Courtney Hanlon, MPT, B.KIN 
Courtney is a dedicated physiotherapist with a passion for helping individuals of all ages return to an active lifestyle.  She graduated with a Master's degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Western Ontario in London in 2022 and also holds a Bachelor of Kinesiology from Memorial University.


Originally from Newfoundland and Labrador, growing up she participated in competitive activities such has soccer and dance, she is currently staying active by going to the gym and keeping up with her dog Toby. This has greatly influenced her approach to physiotherapy. Courtney understands the importance of staying healthy and active. Her own commitment to fitness influences her practice, where her primary goal is to help individuals recover from injury and regain their ability to engage in the activities they love.
Interested in athletic rehabilitation, whether it's overcoming injuries or addressing mobility issues hindering their ability to exercise. With a focus on orthopedic issues Courtney welcomes clients at all levels of physical activity, from amateur enthusiasts to seasoned athletes.
Courtney's approach to physiotherapy is centered around patient care, ensuring each individual receives personalized treatment tailored to their unique needs. Grounded in evidence-based practice, Courtney utilizes a variety of techniques including manual therapy, acupuncture, and tailored exercise programs to promote healing and improve functional outcomes.
Furthermore, Courtney has completed additional courses including Concussion Rehab Works Management, enhancing her ability to address and manage head injuries and related symptoms, such as dizziness and concussions.

Courtney would like the opportunity to help you.
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