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Community Rehabilitation

Service: In-Home Physiotherapy

Contact Information
Office Phone 905-271-9856
416-722-2566
Fax 416-675-4690 Attn: Caroline Taylor
E-Mail ctaylor4015@rogers.com
Agency Information
Legal Status (60) Commercial
Primary Executive Caroline Taylor, Owner and Physiotherapist
Funding Private
Description and Service Details
Description (Service) In-home physiotherapy service providing care to people in their homes * servicing seniors and people with neurological (Parkinson's disease, stroke, MS, brain injury) and orthopedic conditions (musculo-skeletal, post-op knee and hip) and other such as fibromyalgia, cancer, postural, balance and gait retraining/fall prevention

Therapist experienced in:
  • Motor Relearning Approach
  • Axial Mobility Exercise Program
  • myofascial release and Swedish massage
  • holds neuro-developmental treatment (NDT) certification for adults

ADP authorizer for walkers/rollators
Hours Mon-Fri 8m-5pm * flexible hours
Areas Served Etobicoke ; Mississauga ; Oakville
Boundaries Etobicoke, Mississauga, Oakville
Eligibility Adults with neurological and/or orthopaedic conditions
Application No referral required * medical referral might be required for third party insurance
Languages English
Fees call for more details
Site Information
Site Location Mississauga (Lorne Park)
Located In Community Lorne Park
Address & Map
1189 Queen Victoria Ave
Mississsauga, ON L5H 3H2
 
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Intersection Lorne Park Rd and Lakeshore Rd W
Physical Access Not Applicable
Categories and Classification
HCSD Main Heading Disabilities ; Health Care
HCSD Sub Heading Health & Developmental Disabilities ; Health and Developmental Disabilities
Service Categories Physical Therapy ~ Homebound ; Physical Therapy ~ Multiple Sclerosis ; Physical Therapy ~ Neurological Impairments ; Physical Therapy ~ Osteoporosis ; Physical Therapy ~ Parkinson's Disease ; Physical Therapy ~ Stroke

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