COVID 19 Notice to Our Patients

We are open for in-person and video Treatment

Pursuit Physiotherapy is now open for in-person visits in accordance with the May 1, 2020 Government of Alberta and Chief Medical Officer of Health announcement.  Video treatments will continue to be offered and are encouraged for any patients that are not safe to be out in the community.

New measures are in place to optimize the health and safety of our patients and our staff.  Please read our new procedures prior to attending for your in-person visit

Video treatment information can be found here.

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DESIGNED WITH YOUR HEALTH IN MIND

At Pursuit Physiotherapy, we give our clients the tools necessary to optimize function and return to their best life as efficiently as possible. We assist those who want a point in the right direction as well as those who need intensive regular treatment. We want to empower you to take control over your health.

You may not have to live with those annoying headaches, that old running injury, or that sore elbow when you’re at your computer. Come and see us to improve your current situation and pursue your goals with improved function.

Physiotherapy can help

Physiotherapists at Pursuit Physiotherapy provide various forms of individualized treatment to prevent and manage physical impairments and pain. Treatment may consist of education, manual (hands-on) muscle or joint work, intramuscular stimulation (dry needling), postural correction, exercise prescription, and modalities. Physiotherapy is a government regulated profession requiring university education to attain a bachelor’s or master’s degree, followed by post graduate courses in more specific areas of interest. You do not need a doctor’s referral to see a physiotherapist unless required by your insurer, as in a motor vehicle accident claim.

Generally you will see the same therapist each time you attend for treatment in order to maintain consistency of care. Do not be surprised though if we ask for another member of our team to assess you as we will do this if we feel another member has a skill set that will better serve you for your specific problem.

Physiotherapists in Alberta are primary caregivers in our health care system.

You do not need a doctor’s referral.

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