6513 118 Ave NW Edmonton AB T5W 1G5

Helping Hands Physiotherapy
  1. Restore Your Function and Alleviate Your Pain

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  2. If You Are Suffering From Pain or Injury, We Can Help!

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  3. Try Physiotherapy Today!

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  4. Get Faster Results with Personalized Care

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Move Better, Feel Better, and Live Life to The Fullest
You will receive one-to-one care to obtain better results, faster. From the moment you first contact Janet and walk through the doors it is all about you. Janet wants you to feel at home. You won't find any curtained rooms or hospital-like atmosphere here! She promises that she will always respect your confidentiality and privacy.

Helping Hands Physiotherapy is operated by Janet Brandly. Janet is a licensed Physiotherapist with more than 25 years of experience helping people to move better, feel better, and live life to the fullest.

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What is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy is a way of treating conditions or injuries which cause pain, muscle weakness, joint stiffness, and problems with balance. Physiotherapists are primary healthcare providers. This means that a referral from a doctor is not necessary. Physiotherapists are experts on how our bodies move and what stops them from moving. Many people have an illness, injury or condition that can make mobility difficult. Movement affects every aspect of our day-to-day lives, from managing at home, to working, to participating in hobbies or exercising.

Physiotherapists have advanced knowledge of:

  • The human musculoskeletal system (muscles, bones, joints, and soft tissues)
  • Biomechanics (how the body moves)
  • Physical Rehabilitation
  • Therapeutic Exercise
  • The physical/physiological impacts of health and disease
  • In Alberta, Physiotherapy is a regulated healthcare profession. This means only qualified professionals can become registered Physiotherapists and use the titles Physiotherapist, Physical Therapist, or PT. For more information, visit physiotherapyalberta.ca
How can Physiotherapy help me?
  • Assess and diagnose acute and chronic injuries
  • Prescribe appropriate and effective therapeutic exercises and activities
  • Teach you how to manage your symptoms such as pain and stiffness
  • Teach you how to maintain and/or improve your muscle strength, balance, and movement,
  • Prescribe, properly fit, and teach you how to use assistive devices such as crutches, canes, or walkers, to help improve movement or balance if required, and
  • Help you take back control of your body and life by restoring and maintaining maximum physical function.
  • Physiotherapists are trained to recognize signs of serious health conditions and will recommend a doctor visit when necessary.

What problems or conditions do Physiotherapists treat?

  • Acute or chronic back pain
  • Neck pain and whiplash from motor vehicle accidents
  • Sport injuries
  • Postural pain and dysfunction
  • Pelvic floor muscle weakness
  • Knee pain
  • Shoulder pain
  • Tendonitis
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Headaches
  • Jaw pain
  • Arthritis
  • Post-surgical rehabilitation

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