Active Rehabilitation

Exercise therapy to rehabilitate your physical and mental health.

Work one-on-one with a Kinesiologist on improving your core strength, mobility, and flexibility to decrease pain and discomfort.
Following a car accident, or any other event in which injury or trauma is caused – Physiotherapy, Chiropractic Treatment, or Massage Therapy are highly recommended and provide relief from pain. After a plateau is reached, Active Rehabilitation is your next step to becoming stronger, flexible, and more active.

Mild to moderate exercises not only help the physical body, but exercise is shown to increase self-esteem,motivation, improve mood and general contentment. 


After doing an assessment, we are able to find the areas of injury and determine at what point of therapy there are in. If muscles are weak and tight, gradual release techniques and mild strengthening exercises are done to stimulate the appropriate muscle.


Muscle flexibility is necessary for your body to move normally and free of discomfort. Tight Muscles affect the low back, neck and shoulders. Increasing flexibility means less discomfort, improved circulation and increased energy.

See Fascial Stretch Therapy


Strengthening appropriate muscles is necessary to prevent Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI’s) that can occur whether you have a desk job, a physically demanding job, or during various physical activities.


Injuries lead to muscle and joint stiffness which can be painful. Engaging in muscle release techniques and range of motion exercises helps mobilize muscle and joints to relieve discomfort.

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  • Decrease Pain & Discomfort

    Live a pain-free, active lifestyle where your old or new injury isn’t preventing you from doing things you enjoy

  • Increase Mobility

    Move and bend your body through a comfortable range of motion without muscle and joint restrictions.

  • Better Core Strength & Stability

    Core strength is pivot for everyone of all ages. Improving stability will help you at work and at home, not to mention you decrease chances of future injuries.

  • Improve Mental Health

    Exercise has a positive impact on hormone balance, energy levels, mood, and sleep.

Our ICBC Active Rehabilitation Rates