The staff at Zoomers is educated and passionate about maximizing your mobility and function to keep you safely engaged in the activities you love throughout your lifespan. You will enjoy the convenience and efficiency of our “one-stop shop” to meet many of your healthcare and fitness needs.
All Physiotherapists are regulated healthcare professionals who are trained in the treatment of acute and chronic conditions; they also play a key role in disease and injury prevention.
Ultimately, Physiotherapists help you maximize your physical function to improve or maintain your quality of life despite an injury or illness.
Your physiotherapy care at Zoomers might include:
• Education about your condition and self-management
• Manual therapy (hands-on treatment)
• Rehabilitative exercise (onsite gym and home program prescription)
• Vestibular system treatment
• IFC (interferential current)
• TENS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation)
• EMS (electrical muscle stimulation)
Registered Massage Therapists are regulated healthcare professionals that provide hands-on treatment of soft tissues of the body including muscles, connective tissues, tendons, ligaments and joints. Massage therapy can help alleviate the discomfort associated with acute and chronic conditions. It can help improve comfort during everyday and occupational activities.
Your massage therapy care at Zoomers might include:
• Traditional deep tissue massage techniques
• Education about posture or positioning to improve your comfort
• Education regarding stretches or activities that can be done to maximize the benefit of your massage treatment
Occupational Therapists are regulated health care professionals that help solve the problems that interfere with a person’s ability to do the things that are important to them.
Your occupational therapy care at Zoomers might include:
• A home visit to determine safety hazards and improve function by suggestions of adaptive devices
• Custom splinting/bracing
• Hand therapy
An Occupational Therapist’s goal is to help maximize your ability to do everyday activities despite an injury or condition. These everyday activities might include:
Self-care: Getting dressed, eating and moving around the house
Being productive: Going to work or school and participating in the community
Leisure activities: Sports, gardening and social activities