Exercise Rehabilitation

Benefit from a customized approach to exercise rehabilitation.

Working with a personal exercise rehabilitation trainer is an active approach to rehabilitation and an investment in your long-term health and wellbeing.

A personal exercise rehabilitation trainer will help you identify your rehabilitative requirements, create a customized exercise plan, and keep you accountable for your progress.

Exercise rehabilitation services include:

  • injury rehabilitation
  • pre- and post-surgery rehabilitation
  • osteoporosis prevention and care
  • fitness for seniors
  • and more

Exercise rehabilitation is more than exercise; together with your trainer, you will focus on all aspects of your lifestyle to ensure you are getting the most out of the time you have.

Meet Our Exercise Rehabilitation Practitioners

Carleton Place Chiropractor Sam CooperAbout Dr. Sam Cooper, DC
Sam Cooper was born and raised in Carleton Place. After graduating from Carleton Place High School, he completed three years of a Kinesiology (BSc) degree at Dalhousie University before receiving early acceptance to the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in Toronto. He earned his doctorate from CMCC while making the Dean’s list and receiving clinic honours. Sam’s specialties include chiropractic, concussion management, and strength and conditioning training.

Exercise rehabilitation clients benefit from Sam’s chiropractic and kinesiology education. His evidence-based approach to health and wellness allows him to work effectively with a wide range of clients, from sedentary to high-level athletes. He tailors physical rehabilitation programs to help clients accomplish their individual recovery goals. Please note that Sam’s chiropractic practice is no longer at our Collaborative Care Centre, he does still offer exercise rehabilitation at our facility.

Carleton Place Physiotherapist Nick MoscoAbout Nick Mosco
Nick graduated from the University of Guelph with an Honours Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics. He continued his education by completing a Master’s degree in Physiotherapy at the University of Western Ontario. He employs the most up-to-date research on rehabilitation strategies to create an evidence-based approach for each treatment session. He has worked with patients ranging in age from pre-adolescent to senior in several environments.

Nick performs lifting technique assessments and can assist in the creation and scaling of workout routines that will strengthen muscles and prevent re-injury. He offers custom knee bracing services using Bauerfeind Medical solutions. 

Carleton Place Physiotherapist Lindsay AbercrombieAbout Lindsay Abercrombie
Lindsay studied Human Kinetics at the University of Guelph and earned her Master of Physical Therapy credentials at Western University. She also has experience working with Fellows of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT) and McKenzie-based therapists. Lindsay takes an evidence-based approach to treatment that includes manual therapy, acupuncture, dry needling, exercise rehabilitation, and one-to-one education with her clients. She works with patients of all ages but has a special interest in paediatric physiotherapy – working with youth experiencing developmental delays and neurological disorders. She offers her services in English and French.

Exercise rehabilitation services may be covered by your insurance benefits. Please check with your provider for details. Certain medical expenses are also eligible to claim on your personal income tax. Refer to Canada Revenue Agency for details.

Workplace Safety & Insurance Board (WSIB) Claims
Please note that while we do work with clients who have been injured at work, we do not complete or submit the paperwork that accompanies WSIB claims nor do we direct bill insurance companies. We do offer medical reporting for a fee. Please contact us for more information.

Exercise rehabilitation appointments can be made in person at Heritage Fitnessby phone, or online through our mobile app.