Physiotherapy

Physiotherapists assess and promote functional independence in mobility, co-ordination and physical development. They target specific goals through functional play activities, daily routines and handling techniques. They can also help with specialized equipment like strollers, AFOs (Ankle-Foot Orthotics), helmets or wheelchairs.

Physiotherapists look at a child’s:

  • Strength and muscle control
  • Joint mobility
  • Balance
  • Co-ordination
  • Motor abilities

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The First Step

If you have a question about your child’s needs, or concerns about assessment or intervention, please call Jennifer Furey, Therapies Supervisor, at 250-549-1281 Ext. 223.

Referrals

Please complete our referral form if your child is under 5. We offer services to children from birth until they are eligible to enter Kindergarten.  Click Here to access the form.

Contact

If you have a question about scheduling or an appointment time, please call Alison Niebergal, NONA Therapies Assistant, at 250-549-1281 Ext. 218.