Leave discomfort behind through safe and effective physiotherapy treatment.
Physiotherapy is a health care discipline which specializes in the assessment, treatment, and maintenance of movement and function. Physiotherapy utilizes physical means and agents to assist in the restoration of an individual’s health and functional movement. Physiotherapists also have a strong expertise in exercise rehabilitation which can assist people in returning to an active and fulfilling lifestyle.
Our Carleton Place physiotherapy services include (but are not limited to):
- biomechanical running assessments
- injury prevention and rehabilitation
- dry needling
At Heritage Fitness, you will never see a physiotherapist’s assistant for your treatments. Each and every treatment is given by a qualified physiotherapist. Physiotherapy utilizes physical means to assist in the restoration of proper function and mobility.
Meet Our Physiotherapists
About Marie-France Sauvé
Marie-France graduated from Laval University with a Bachelor in Biology and pursued her education by obtaining her Master’s degree in Physiotherapy at the University of Ottawa.
Marie-France works with patients at all stages of life, from pediatric to geriatric population. She has worked with amputees and has conducted cardiorespiratory rehabilitation. She has a keen interest in manual therapy; she is continuing post-graduate education in that field. She is also certified in acupuncture and dry needling. Marie-France is trained to treat symptoms of concussions and also performs running assessments.
Marie-France follows an evidence-based approach and truly believes that patient care relies on good communication and collaboration. She offers quality services based on manual therapy, individualized rehabilitation exercise, and education. She is also fully bilingual in English and French.
About Nick Mosco
Nick graduated from University of Guelph with an Honours Bachelors of Science degree in Human Kinetics. He continued his education by completing a Master’s degree in Physiotherapy at the University of Western Ontario.
Nick 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 geriatric in several environments.
Nick incorporates a variety of techniques into his physiotherapy treatments, including: active tissue release, manual therapy, Mulligan techniques, cupping, and progressive exercise interventions that focus on functional body movements. Nick also performs lifting technique assessments and can assist in the creation and scaling of workout routines that will strengthen muscles and prevent re-injury. Nick is a firm believer that exercise is medicine and that proper movement and strengthening is a key factor in feeling better and staying pain-free.
Quality Carleton Place physiotherapy is at your doorstep. Contact us today to book an appointment.