*Our Physiotherapy Department is located on the second floor of the Hospital in suite 214. Our hours of operation are Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
We can be reached at 613-623-3166 ext. 204 or by email at [email protected].
Outpatient Physiotherapy Department
Publicly Funded Physiotherapy Program
We currently offer services to clients meeting the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care criteria. A referral from a physician or nurse practitioner is required.
- age 65 years or older
- age 19 years or younger
- recently discharged as an inpatient of a hospital and in need of ongoing therapy services that are directly connected to the condition, illness or injury for which the patient was admitted to hospital
- those who are in receipt of benefits from the Ontario Disability Support Program or the Ontario Works Program
**We do not see clients who sustained injuries at work (WSIB) or as a result of a motor vehicle accident.**
Bundle Care Physiotherapy Program
Our Physiotherapy Department is partnered with surrounding surgical hospitals in our region to provide physiotherapy post operatively for patients who have undergone elective surgery for total hip and knee replacements (unilateral as well as bilateral), and total shoulder arthroplasty and reverse shoulder arthroplasty.
Virtual Physiotherapy Care
Through the Patient Portal our team can offer physiotherapy care virtually giving our physiotherapist a secure way to interact with our patients. We will do a face-to-face assessment and the follow-up visits will be done virtually with the patient using a computer, tablet or smartphone. Read more information about virtual physiotherapy care here.
Hospital Inpatient Physiotherapy
The physiotherapist provides assessment, treatment, education and consultation to patients with problems related to cardiorespiratory, medical, neurological, oncological and orthopedic conditions. The goal is to achieve optimal recovery of function, movement, mobility and to maximize a patient’s quality of life. To achieve these goals, we work to evaluate and restore strength, range of motion, endurance, balance, mobility, respiratory function, and physical abilities affected by injury, disease or disability.