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Ascent Integrative Health


At Ascent our Physiotherapists are highly trained at using manual therapies to diagnose and treat restrictions in movement in the spine, arms and legs. Using gentle, hands-on techniques, acupuncture, and exercise,  physiotherapy can help reduce muscle tightness, improve movement in the joints, reduce pain and improve function.

Our therapists focus on offering a highly personalized physiotherapy experience; each patient receives a focused treatment in a private room or in a one-on-one gym session. This is a unique feature in downtown clinics and enhances the quality of care we provide.

Physiotherapists are highly trained medical professionals who specialize in restoring movement and physical function of their clients. Working in downtown Calgary, our physiotherapist sees a wide range of conditions common to both the office worker and the athlete or active individual. Physios are able to treat conditions related to an acute injury like a sprained ankle or manage chronic conditions such as heart disease. Their services are highly used to treat WCB and MVA cases. They are also sought after for preventative care and proactive health measures.

The Goal: to treat joints of the spine and extremities to reduce pain, restore function and improve overall health of the body and mind.

Conditions Commonly Treated by Physiotherapists
A treatment plan will often use a combination of interventions to promote healing, ease pain and restore function.  Our physiotherapist utilize a variety of manual therapies and techniques such as ultrasound, TENS, intramuscular stimulation (IMS), acupuncture, or  other corrective manipulations. Exercise rehabilitation is a big part of restoring physical health and mobility at Ascent. Our expertise includes providing care for the following conditions.

  • Back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Whiplash
  • Knee pain
  • elbow pain
  • Headaches and Migraines
  • Motor Vehicle Accident Injuries
  • Workplace Injuries
  • Sports and Running Injuries
  • Numbness, tingling and/or weakness
  • Muscular tightness and soreness
  • Temperomandibular (jaw) complaints
  • Pregnancy related back/neck pain
  • Scoliosis (spinal curvature)
  • Joint, ligament or muscle injury








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