Physical Therapist Winnipeg

Those Physical Therapist in Winnipeg who practice this form of medical treatment are called physiotherapists or physical therapists (PTs). The existence of both terms can be confusing for some, but both can be used interchangeably. Feel free to check out our Winnipeg Physiotherapy page to find out more about us.

The role of a physical therapist

A physical therapist handles the restoration, maintenance, and promotion of optimal physical function. Those who find themselves struggling to perform everyday tasks that require physical movement may seek the help of a physical therapist.

In our Winnipeg clinic, the main goal is to get you back to the activities that you care about!


Physical therapists are evidence-based healthcare professionals that identify and deal with people of every age that have medical issues or various other health-related conditions that limit their capacities to relocate and perform functional activities in their lives.


They use affordable therapy that boosts physical stregnth and relieves pain while minimizing the requirement for surgery and prescription drugs. This enables individuals to join a recovery strategy created for their particular demands.

How it’s done in our Winnipeg clinic

The practice of physical therapy involves theoretical, scientific, and clinical applications. This means that your physical therapist will incorporate these aspects into your treatment.


Our team of experts in Winnipeg will first assess your impairment in order to come up with an individualised treatment plan. Everyone is different and that fact alone will require varied approaches to reach a solution, but there are some basic principles we abide by.

Health issues addressed by a physical therapist

Our team of well-practised physical therapists in Winnipeg can help you with issues such as:


Therapy for arthritis pain


Jaw problems

Increasing mobility and flexibility

Increasing strength and balance

Exercise prescription

Increasing function

And many more!


Back and neck pain

Muscle and joint pain



Rehabilitation after a workplace injury

Injury from a vehicle accident

Nerve pain (sciatica, carpal tunnel syndrome, etc.)

Sports injury

Pre and post-surgical rehabilitation


You may have coverage for physiotherapy though a private insurance plan, the Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba (WCB) or Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI). Manitoba Health and treaty benefits currently do not cover physical therapy in private clinics in Winnipeg. We do direct billing with the WCB, MPI and most private insurers depending on what your plan allows. We can help you find out more information about what you may be covered for.