Post-Cancer Care / Lymphedema

Best Health Physiotherapy offers care to you at all stages after a cancer diagnosis. This care can include strengthening and range of motion programs after surgery or radiation therapy, pain management treatments, general conditioning and mobility ...

Post-Concussion Syndrome

Concussion is a mild traumatic brain injury that causes a variety of physical, cognitive, and emotional symptoms, which can be subtle and may go unrecognized. Post-Concussion Syndrome describes the resulting dysfunction that may persist from months ...

Facial Nerve Paralysis / Palsy

Facial paralysis / palsy or facial asymmetries may result from the damage to the nerve that supplies your facial muscles by one of the following: a virus (eg. Bell’s Palsy or Shingles); a tumour (eg. Acoustic ...

Chronic Pain Conditions

Persistent or chronic pain is pain that continues for much longer than expected (three to six months) following injury or onset. The body’s own pain relief mechanisms have been unable to resolve the symptoms and there ...

Migraines and Other Headaches

Headaches are a common occurrence and are frequently associated with neck and jaw disorders. Migraines can be extremely disruptive to daily life – but can be managed or resolved with careful evaluation and thoughtful physiotherapy measures. ...

Vertigo / Dizziness / Imbalance

Vertigo, dizziness and balance problems are common complaints. They can be benign or potentially serious and stem from inner ear, viral, musculoskeletal, cardiac or neurological causes. Any one of these symptoms can negatively affect your mobility, ...