Cove Sport Therapy: Physiotherapy, Osteopathy and Athletic Therapy in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

By: Cove Sport Therapy  09-12-2011
Keywords: Athletic Therapy

Treatments/Services with:
NATALIE RANDALL B.Sc. CAT(C), DO (MP)Osteopathy - $100.00
Hands on manual therapy including craniosacral, muscle energy, myofascial release, joint mobilizations and other soft tissue techniques to help active individuals maintain optimal health. Assessment and treatment sessions are one hour
Athletic Therapy - $100.00
A Certified Athletic Therapist assesses injuries and utilizes rehabilitative techniques, therapeutic modalities, soft tissue mobilization, physical reconditioning, and supportive taping. Assessment and treatment sessions are one hour.

Sole Supports - $300.00

An orthotic that really works the way it is supposed to..it actually changes how a foot functions on the ground.  Sole supports company motto: “We make people better”.


Treatments/Services with:
SHELLY MALCOLM BEAZLEY BPE, BScPT Sport Physiotherapy CertificatePhysiotherapy Initial Consultation -  $75.00

A complete assessment focused on identifying the cause of injury or dysfunction. A problem list will be created and individualized treatment plan will be created. Expect assessment to take approx 45-60 minutes.

Physiotherapy Treatment - $65.00

Based on the diagnosis and treatment plan determined in the Physiotherapy initial consult. Treatment includes education, manual therapy, a variety of therapeutic modalities, and exercise prescription to meet individual needs. Expect treatment to take approx 30-60 minutes.

Tailored to fit the sport and the individual, the goal of this assessment is to identify muscular imbalances, flexibility, and strength issues which may be improved upon with the purpose of injury prevention, and performance enhancement in mind. This assessment is most successful when completed yearly or seasonally to determine change in function over time.

Knee Injury Prevention Program Assessment -  $150.00

Based on the

(Prevent Injuries , Enhance Performance Program) and other research in ACL Injury prevention, this program will assess young athletes’ risk of future knee injuries (ACL and other) and develop an individualized program to decrease their risk.

Animal Physical Rehabilitation Initial Consultation  - $75.00

A complete spinal and peripheral assessment focused on identifying the cause of injury or dysfunction. A problem list will be created and individualized treatment plan will be created. Expect assessment to take approx 45-60 minutes

Animal Physical Rehabilitation Treatment  -  $65.00

Based on the diagnosis and treatment plan determined in the Physiotherapy initial consult. Treatment includes education,manual therapy, a variety of therapeutic modalities, and exercise prescription to meet individual needs. Expect treatment to take approx 30-60 minutes.

Treatments with:
DIANE OUIMET B.Sc. CAT(C), RMT

Massage Therapy -  $85.00

Massage is a manual technique used to reduce muscle tension, stiffness, and spasms as well as promote circulation, range of motion, and flexibility. Reduction of pain due to muscle tension is common through massage. Focus will be therapeutic, keeping the patient’s needs and goals in mind. Massage treatments are one hour in length, and can be full-body or area-specific. Please inquire with Diane about the availability of longer or shorter massage therapy sessions.

Athletic Therapy - $85.00

A Certified Athletic Therapist assesses injuries and utilizes rehabilitative techniques, therapeutic modalities, soft tissue mobilization, physical reconditioning, and supportive taping. Diane often uses a combination of both massage and athletic therapy techniques during her treatment sessions (when indicated). Assessment and treatment sessions are one hour.

 
The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011

Keywords: Athletic Therapy