1to1’s Physiotherapists can assist with improving functional independence, gross motor development, prevention and management of pain, prevention of physical impairments and disabilities and in general promote fitness, health and wellness.
1to1’s Physiotherapists offer assessment and intervention for physical disabilities, dysfunction, injury and pain to enhance physical function, activity participation, endurance and independence.
Our Physiotherapists treat clients of all ages: infants, children, adults and seniors.
1to1 has experience providing Physical Therapy in homes, community, schools and facilities with Ministry of Health (LHIN), Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services and private therapy.
1to1 provides Falls Prevention and Exercise Programs as well as specialty programs for Stroke & COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease).
1to1’s Physiotherapists can assist with:
- Mobility intervention
- Gait training and exercise
- Balance and postural stability
- Functional strength, endurance and flexibility
- Range of Movement stability
- Gross motor coordination development
- Pain Management, Prevention of physical impairment
- Post-Surgical/ trauma care, hips and knee replacement, orthopedics
- Respiration care, chest physio, breathing optimization
- Cardiac care, optimization Functional Abilities
- Promotion fitness, health and wellness
1to1 Physiotherapists consult with Long Term Care Facilities, Retirement Communities, Group Homes, Hospitals and Community Partners and offer individual and group therapy opportunities for mobility, and functional activities.
1to1 Physiotherapists and Therapy Assistants offer integrated therapy programs for Falls Prevention, Stroke, Mobility, COPD, and Functional Activities under Community Partner Initiatives, Ministry of Health Home Care and Health Teams and staff replacement.
Where can I get help from a 1to1 Physiotherapist?
1to1 offers Physiotherapy in the home and community in York Region, Peel and Toronto and at our clinic located in Markham.
Public and private funding options are offered.
- Therapy for Individuals
- Collaboration with Families & Support Personnel
- Teamwork Integrated Interdisciplinary Care
- Training of Caregivers for Exercise Programs, Mobility & Transfers and Assistive Devices
- Service to Facilities
- Falls Prevention Education
- Exercise Classes for Older Adults and Seniors
- Specialty Exercise Classes and Programs for COPD & Stroke
1to1 Therapy Services offers private therapy for clients and families. No referral is needed and visits can take place either at our clinic, in home or in a variety of community settings.
Who are 1to1’s Physiotherapists?
1to1’s physiotherapists are very experienced and knowledgeable. 1to1 Physiotherapists provide support in a number of languages. Keeping current and informed about advanced clinical practice, 1to1’s physical therapists are able to meet the unique and varied clinical needs.
Areas of training and experienced clinical practice include:
- Mobility and flexibility improvement
- Strengthening and therapeutic exercise programs
- Balance training
- Muscle Imbalance & Alignment improvement
- Orthopedic Physical Therapy, Post Surgery Total Joint, Hip / Knee Replacement, Muscular Skeletal injury, Trauma
- Wheelchair, walker and assistive device prescription
- ADP (Assistive Device Program)
- Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Rehabilitation (Heart Disease, Cystic Fibrosis, COPD)
- Geriatric Physical Therapy
- Neurological Physical Therapy (including Stoke, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, ALS, Brain Injury)
- General conditioning regimes
- Exercise prescription and progression
- Pediatric Physical Therapy
- Neurodevelopmental treatment (NDT)
- Cuevas MEDEK Exercise Programs
- Play and position-based therapy
What is a Physiotherapist?
- 1to1’s Physiotherapists are Regulated Health Professionals with a Bachelor or Master’s degree in Physiotherapy. They are members of the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario.
- Trained in identifying and addressing issues that interfere with a patient’s ability to move independently and functionally.
- Trained to complete both standardized and informal assessments in a variety of areas including gross motor development, posture, movement, strength, endurance, balance or coordination deficits whether the cause is orthopedic, neurological, cardiovascular, pulmonary or even unknown.
- Trained and experienced in prescribing adaptive/assistive equipment.
- Trained to develop and deliver evidence-based intervention plans through direct intervention and consultation with family, professionals and interdisciplinary team members.
What is a Physiotherapy Assistant?
- 1to1’s Physiotherapy Assistants are trained health professionals with diploma certificates as Physiotherapy Assistants. Our Therapy Assistants have community experience and therapy skills working under supervised practice with registered Occupational Therapists and Physiotherapists. Therapy Assistants assist with implementation of exercises and activities to support ongoing Care Plans.
Why is physiotherapy important?
- 1to1’s Physiotherapist Assessment guides care for physical well-being.
- Early Intervention is optimal for independent function and quality mobility
- Treatment following injury, stroke, physical or medical difficulties is critical to gain physical function, restrict impairment, reduce pain and participate in life activities with increased health and well-being.
- For pain, decreased range of movement, decreased endurance or mobility, a variety of physiotherapy treatments enhance return to optimal function or manage the trajectory of imminent decline.
- Children are all profoundly impacted by physical deficits: mobility, independence, exploration, recreation and social skills. Physiotherapy optimizes development of physical skills and independence.
- Prescription of Assistive Devices support mobility include wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, and physical function including orthotics and braces.
What are the advantages of working with a physiotherapist?
- Offer comprehensive assessment of strengths and weakness of physical function for Care Plan
- Improve Physical Function effecting lifelong social, academic, recreational and vocational participation
- Decrease Risk of Falls
- Promote Safety & Independence
- Increase mobility
- Increase range of motion in extremities
- Treat increased pain
- Prevent or reduce impact of physical impairments
- Provide Individualized treatment programs via direct instruction.
- Consult with the Family, Team Members, Support Personnel
- Incorporate Physical therapy goals into the Care Plan, Vocational Plan or Curriculum.
- Establish, coordinate and train clients for assistive devices
- Access Funding for equipment
- Train family, caregivers and support personnel for safe mobility and transfers, exercise programs, physical and functional care