Guelph's Choice for Physiotherapy
(Formerly Andy Wang and Associates Physiotherapy)
Every year physiotherapists assist thousands of Canadians of all ages, from infants to the elderly, in preventing and managing the effects of congenital diseases, illness, chronic diseases, neurological conditions, accidents and the stresses and strains of everyday life.
Wellington Physiotherapy is looking for a Registered Physiotherapist to join our multi-disciplinary team.
Manual therapy, acupuncture courses, and experience treating WSIB, MVA and post-fracture/surgical clients an asset. Must be able to work some evenings. Please forward resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Clinical Hand Services Relocating to Wellington St. Location
Wellington Physiotherapy would like to welcome Dr. Wayne Fung and his team to our Wellington St. location, who will be moving from our Dawson Rd. clinic on December 2nd. Find out more about the services Dr. Fung's team will be bringing to our clinic.
Welcome To Wellington Physiotherapy
Wellington Physiotherapy Associates originally opened as Andy Wang & Associates Physiotherapy in 1997. Shane and Cheryl Mabey assumed ownership of the clinic from Andy Wang in 2001 and continue to strive to provide excellence in physiotherapy to the residents of the City of Guelph.
The clinic recently underwent an expansion and renovation to provide our clients with a larger, brighter, and more comfortable space.
Fundamental to our approach is an appreciation of your role in your own care. We work with you to integrate your care into your lifestyle. We are skilled in providing treatment, preventative advice, rehabilitation and care for people with long-term or terminal illness and will develop a full treatment plan to suit your unique needs.Wellington Physiotherapists are university educated, regulated health professionals that play an important role within your health care team. To ensure you receive consistently high standards, the Canadian Physiotherapy Association, the Alliance of Physiotherapy Regulators and the physiotherapy colleges of each province regulate the practice of physiotherapists in the public interest.
What is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy is a primary care, autonomous, client-focused health profession dedicated to:
* Improving and maintaining functional independence and physical performance,
* Preventing and managing pain, physical impairments, disabilities and limits to participation;
* Promoting fitness, health and wellness.
What do Physiotherapists do?
Physiotherapists provide assessment, treatment and education for a wide range of health problems to ensure you make the most of your lifestyle. As people live longer and busier lives than ever before, it’s not surprising that our bodies occasionally need assistance to stay in good working order. Physiotherapists can recommend the best way to treat problems with your muscles, bones and joints, circulatory, respiratory or nervous system. Physiotherapists can also advise you on ways to prevent potential health problems from occurring before they arise.
Physiotherapy – How it Works
Physiotherapy involves using a variety of techniques to help your muscles, joints, heart and lungs work to their potential. Physiotherapists work in partnership with individuals of all ages to break down barriers impeding physical function. Physiotherapy can help individuals living with congenital or chronic diseases or other debilitating conditions and can assist those recovering from: surgery, illness, neurological conditions such as stroke, injury, industrial or motor vehicle accidents, or age related conditions. The practice of physiotherapy is drug-free.
The symbol of Physiotherapy Excellence.