677 Innovation Dr, Kingston, ON K7K 7E6 Get directions
We offer registered physiotherapy and massage therapy services at Summit Physiotherapy in Kingston. Whether you are having problems with day to day tasks or are an elite athlete wh... more... See more text
212-120 Clarence St, Kingston, ON K7L 1X4 Get directions
The Downtown Physiotherapy Clinic was opened in Kingston in May of 1996. It is owned and operated by Stephen Lawless, a registered physiotherapist with 30+ years of experience, inc... more... See more text
I started seeing Steve at Downtown Physiotherapy after a neck injury left me unable to turn or move my head and I was in a considerable amount of pain. Steve was able to get me in right away, completed a full assessment, & then started a course of treatment. Steve takes the time to explain everything and never makes you feel rushed. Steve is a very compassionate and caring person that genuinely cares about each of his patients. I would highly reccomend Steve to anyone that requires physiotherapy! Read more
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Getting mobility back into a fractured joint, learning how to walk again, coming up with an exercise program specific to your body’s capabilities; all situations where physiotherapy and physical rehabilitation is required. Our bodies being the complex mechanisms that they are require different types of physical rehabilitation. Your search for the right physiotherapists or physiotherapy clinic in Kingston ON usually begins at the hospital after an accident or with the help of your family doctor.

Tips to find physiotherapists in Kingston ON

  • Referrals and reference check: Once your family doctor has established the type of physiotherapy you require, make sure that the physiotherapist you will be dealing with has completed an accredited physiotherapy program in your province or territory. A hospital can refer you directly to a physiotherapy centre where you can get familiar with the machines and services before starting a physical rehabilitation.
  • Listen to your body: Establish the type of physiotherapist that is right for you by comparing the hours of operation of the physiotherapy clinics on your list, their specialities (i.e. sports physiotherapy vs. general physiotherapy), the types of services they offer and, if applicable, their success rate. A good physiotherapist will devise a goal plan that you and your body can agree with. You should feel secure and comfortable with the physiotherapist’s proposed rehabilitation treatments. Don’t just go with it, listen to your gut.
  • Choosing the right physiotherapist: The best physiotherapist for your needs will be the one that has successfully dealt with similar situations as yours. Ask your potential physiotherapist for references from past patients to get a better idea of the kind of recovery you’ll expect. 
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