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At Bump Physio & Co, we take an active and hands-on treatment approach to help you feel your best! Our therapists are highly trained practitioners who understand how the body moves and works as a whole. We isolate the dysfunction(s) and tailor an individual treatment plan to meet your therapeutic goals.
Whether you’re looking to get back to sport or you are wanting to maintain an active lifestyle, our team of physiotherapists is trained in orthopedic injuries in addition to supporting your pelvic floor needs. Are you experiencing knee pain with running, a sore elbow from golf, or an ankle sprain from your weekend hoops game? A number of our team members are experienced orthopedic physiotherapists with advanced manual manipulation and soft tissue techniques that can expertly rehab any sports-related injury through a combination of hands-on techniques and strength, balance, power, and sport-specific exercises to get you back to the things you love!
Recovering from any surgery takes time and a knowledgeable, structured approach to optimize recovery and function. Our team works collaboratively with our clients and their orthopedic surgeons to ensure we are working towards common rehabilitation goals and that established, evidence-based physiotherapy protocols are followed to maximize movement and function (if applicable). After surgery, we will help you to improve range of motion, decrease pain and stiffness, regain and improve muscle strength, balance, coordination, scar tissue mobility as well as improve your cardiovascular conditioning to optimize healing and return to sport, work, and play.
Temporomandibular joint pain or dysfunction can disrupt your daily life and can lead to pain, jaw clicking, locking, grinding, headaches, dizziness, neck pain and stiffness, ear pain, and even toothaches. It occurs when your jaw bone (mandible) and your temporal bone are not functioning well together. Common causes of TMJ issues include trauma, eating/ chewing behaviours, clenching and grinding your teeth, head and neck posture, arthritis and stress.
Physiotherapy treatment for TMJ and jaw pain often involves an assessment of the muscles and joints inside of your mouth, as well as your neck and your posture. We work to improve the mobility of the joint, reduce muscle tension and spasm, improve your posture, provide pain relief and work to strengthen the muscles that support your jaw. Your physiotherapist will provide a comprehensive assessment and will work with you to create an individualized treatment plan that matches your TMJ needs.
Hip and/or SI Joint pain are very common conditions that have clients seeking out physiotherapy care. It can be the result of postural changes, sports injuries, arthritis, muscle strains and sprains, joint inflammation, pregnancy, core instability and in some cases pelvic floor muscle dysfunction.
After a thorough assessment, your Bump physio will create an individualized treatment plan that may include exercise, manual therapy, soft tissue treatments, taping techniques, movement modifications, needling (if applicable) and education to ensure you can be successful at home in between your treatments.
Please note, some hip and SIJ pain can be caused by pelvic floor muscle changes. Your physiotherapist may discuss performing either an internal vaginal and/or rectal exam if they believe it would be of benefit to you and the reason for your visit today.
Good posture is key. It’s important for our overall health and well-being and plays a significant role in our functional mobility. Many orthopedic conditions and aches and pains can be avoided by ensuring you maintain good posture and a strong and stable core. At Bump, we incorporate posture into all of our assessments; it’s integral to how our body moves and feels as a whole. A postural assessment includes a head-to-toe approach to care to ensure we are seeing the whole picture and are not just looking at one piece of it.