We Offer

Ottawa’s east end multidisciplinary clinic

We provide for a wide range of clients including women’s health, paediatrics and geriatrics.

We also treat anyone who suffers from chronic pain, headaches, migraines, arthritis, post-surgery and some neurological conditions. All of our professionals are motivated to insure you receive a thorough, complete and personalized rehabilitation. We cater highly to athletes. Our very experienced staff has expertise with a variety of sport from figure skating, to gymnastics, martial arts, running, volleyball, cross-fit to name a few of our most passionate sports.




A service provided to develop, maintain and restore maximum movement and functional abilities for all ages. Our goal is to return you to that active pain free life you so desire. Physiotherapy at our clinic may include:

  • Manual Therapy: mobilizations, massage, neural mobility, stretching, etc
  • Active Exercise Program
  • Sports Specific Rehabilitation
  • Acupuncture & Dry needling
  • Pain Modalities: including our unique micro-current
  • Mechanical Treatment
  • Cranio-Sacral Therapy
  • Education

AS expert treatment we have:

  • Vestibular Rehabilitation
  • Functional Muscle Screening (FMS) and SFMA
  • Osteoarthritis Program
  • TMJ, head, migraine treatment
  • Mckenzie treatments



Virtual Care is physiotherapy services (assessments and follow-up treatments) provided to you via the use of your computer, laptop, tablet, or smart phone. Online physiotherapy has become an increasingly sought after means to receive physiotherapy treatments from the comfort of your own home and/or office. You can be assured that our therapists are more than qualified to provide you with the quality and value that you know and expect from Physio Sport Plus.

What should I expect?
We will assess you the same way we would in clinic.

We will start with a brief introduction followed by a detailed history of your current issue.
Your physiotherapist will then observe the quality of your movement, then have you perform specific functional tests to determine your limits and abilities to help determine the cause and solutions to your pain.

Once we have an understanding of how your problem behaves through movement testing and symptom monitoring, we can establish our clinical impression and outline our goals.
We will then share with you targeted advice and provide you with appropriate exercises to manage and improve your condition.

A plan of care will be communicated to you.

Our physiotherapists are fully qualified to determine if you are, in fact, a candidate for Virtual Care. If you are not, you will be advised to be seen in-person at the clinic or referred to the appropriate health professional.

How do I prepare for my online physiotherapy appointment?
1. Choose a quiet space in your home and/or office2. Choose a room with good lighting

3. Please ensure that your device (smartphone, tablet, laptop or computer) is fully charged and ready for use during your appointment

4. Please ensure that you have good internet reception in the area of you choose for your appointment. How? : Internet connections can be verified using https://fast.com . You will need 15Mpbs of higher for video appointments. If not, audio only calls are recommended.

5. Please ensure that your camera is functional and well positioned for the meeting

6. We recommend wearing the appropriate clothes for your appointment depending on the body part we will be assessing. For example, shoulder problems are best assessed with sleeveless tops whereas knees are best assessed with shorts

7. Please have some of the recommended household equipment within reach during your appointment if you are able.

  • chair with no wheels
  • step stool
  • yoga mat
  • pillow
  • towel
  • tennis ball
  • small weights, elastic bands
  • broom stick or golf club

    We recommend the use of the GOOGLE CHROME browser.

    A few minutes prior to your appointment:
    Copy paste your physiotherapist’s link into your browser or click on the link below:

    If you are having any difficulties or questions please call us at 613-830-4806.

    Before your Virtual Care appointment please complete the following documents:

  • Consent to use electronic communications to provide telehealth services
  • Health and personal information document
    If you are unable to do this, please call reception at 613-830-4806

    Coverage and payments:

    The majority of supplemental insurance companies cover Virtual Care.

    We encourage you to confirm your coverage with your insurance company.

    Payment is accepted through e-transfer sent to info@physiosportplus.ca or a credit card payment called in to 613-830-4806.

    We will provide you with an electronic receipt for your insurance upon payment.
    OR CALL US AT : 613-830-4806



If you need relaxation, to reduce muscle tension or to decrease chronic pain, massage can increase your physical and emotional wellbeing on top of contributing to your overall quality of life. (Ontario Massage Therapy Association www.omta.com) Massage therapy is beneficial to people of all ages. When one receives a massage, their muscular flexibility increases and with the associated relaxation, their stress level decreases.

The most benefits are obtained with ill or injured clients suffering from acute to chronic conditions. Physiologically, we can see a decrease in swelling and inflammation, following a trauma but also an improved irrigation of tissues, which can alter the cycle of pain. Psychologically, massage can help depression as well as anxiety and by decreasing stress, can help decrease blood pressure.

Simply put, massage can decrease and manage pain coming from several sources and pathologies. For example, the following conditions can be treated by a massage therapist: Back and neck pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, dislocations, fractures, sprains, strains, headaches, post-surgery, muscular tension and spasms, sports injuries, tendinopathies, fibromyalgia, arthritis, pregnancy and whiplash.
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Our sport medicine physicians are here on a weekly basis to do assessment and management of a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions in athletes of all ages and abilities. Here are other specific issues they will see at the clinic.

  • Management of concussions including return to learn, work and play decision
  • Joint and soft-tissue injections (including viscosupplementation)
  • Osteoarthritis management
  • Medical conditions in athletes such as the female athlete triad
  • Knowledge concerning rules for medications and supplements in sport

Download the Sport Medecine new patient form!



Perform better. Run faster. Stay injury free.

We perform running evaluations via video and a complete physical evaluation for runners seeking to prevent injuries or improve their performance. Exercise programs and counselling on training will be given following the evaluation.

The video goes over running form and modifications that can be made to run more efficiently and possible prevent injury or further injury.
We will give you advice to improve your running, warm-up, cool-down, specific running exercises, return to running program following injury.

Download the Running Assessment new patient form!



RSWT is a mechanical energetic shockwave that is used to initiate an inflammation –like condition ( pro–inflammation) in the tissue that is being treated. This stimulation promotes physiological changes to the tissue and triggers healing, reparative and regenerative processes. It accelerates tissue repair and cell growth , analgesia and mobility restoration.

Supported by the research, it is effectively used to treat plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinopathy, patellar tendinopathy, lateral elbow tendinopathy and calcified tendinitis of the shoulder. Other conditions can be treated but the results can be varied.

Each treatment lasts 30 minutes per session . The shockwave itself is about 5-10 minutes. You will get education and exercises to combine with the treatment. You will need approximately 3-5 sessions.

Download the Shockwave new patient form!



Our goal with the pedorthic treatment solutions is maintaining proper foot function through custom foot orthoses, proper footwear and specific exercises. All of our orthotics are hand-fabricated in our own in-house laboratory based on the clinical assessments. We promote proper injury rehabilitation through the use of custom ligament or meniscal tear bracing as well as osteoarthritic unloading braces featuring Donjoy and Ossur products.
Orthotic solutions include:

  • Semi-firm nickleplast custom shell for maximum shock absorption
  • 3 or 4mm subortholene custom shells for full support with minimal space lost in footwear
  • 3 or 4mm subortholene custom cobra shell made specific for narrow restrictive footwear
  • Orthotics may be metatarsal, sulcus or full length
  • A large variety of top cover materials are available such as real leather, diabetic cover, closed cell foam, Spenco and many more

AS expert treatment we have:

  • Custom ACL, MCL/LCL, PCL or meniscal tear/post-surgery bracing
  • Custom osteoarthritis bracing



We assess , educate and treat acute concussions and also persistent concussion symptoms ( Post-Concussion Syndrome).

As we treat concussion injuries on a daily basis and see first hand the impact they can have on the lives of the injured person and their family members, our Complete Concussion Management practitioners are committed to providing the most up to date and research-based management and treatment for concussions. We aim to educate students, coaches, parents, teachers and athletes on the importance of recognizing the signs and symptoms of concussion. It is imperative that we continue to support our young athletes through education and to help take away the stigma that is associated with sitting out of play when injured.
View the Complete Concussion Management website



Pelvic floor physiotherapy is a branch of physical therapy that focuses on the muscles, ligaments, and connective tissues of the pelvic floor. The pelvic floor consists of is a group of muscles and tissues that form a sling or hammock at the base of the pelvis, supporting the pelvic organs, including the bladder, uteruss (in females), and rectum.

Here’s a more detailed description of pelvic floor physiotherapy:

Assessment: Pelvic floor physiotherapists begin by conducting a thorough assessment of a patient’s pelvic floor function. This may involve discussing the patient’s medical history, symptoms, and any relevant lifestyle factors. The physical examination may include an internal assessment of the pelvic floor muscles (vaginally or rectally) to evaluate strength, tone, flexibility, and coordination.

Education: Pelvic floor physiotherapists educate patients about the anatomy and function of the pelvic floor. They may explain how various factors such as posture, breathing, and muscle tension can impact pelvic floor health. Education is a crucial component of treatment, helping patients understand their condition and empowering them to actively participate in their recovery.

Treatment Planning: Based on the assessment findings, the pelvic floor physiotherapist develops an individualized treatment plan. This plan may include a combination of exercises, manual therapy techniques, and lifestyle modifications.

Pelvic Floor Exercises: Specific exercises are prescribed to target and strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. These exercises may involve learning how to contract and relax the muscles effectively. Mobility, flexibility, strength and breathing exercises can be prescribed depending on one’s needs.

Manual Therapy: Pelvic floor physiotherapists may use hands-on techniques to address muscle imbalances, tender points, and areas of tension within the pelvic floor muscles. Manual therapy can help improve blood flow, reduce pain, and enhance overall muscle function.

Behavioral and Lifestyle Strategies: Pelvic floor physiotherapists may provide guidance on behavioral and lifestyle modifications that can support pelvic floor health. This may include recommendations for optimal bowel and bladder habits, posture adjustments, and strategies to manage stress and tension.

Treatment of Specific Conditions: Pelvic floor physiotherapy is often used to address various pelvic floor conditions, including pelvic pain, urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and sexual dysfunction.

Pelvic floor physiotherapy is a conservative and non-invasive approach to managing pelvic floor dysfunction. It is suitable for both men and women and can be beneficial at various stages of life, including during pregnancy and postpartum, as well as for individuals dealing with pelvic floor issues related to aging or specific medical conditions.

Physio Sport Plus is offering pelvic floor physiotherapy to patients with incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse.


Are you experiencing pain or stiffness in your hip(s) or knee(s)? These may be symptoms of osteoarthritis (OA).

Have you heard about GLA:D®?
• GLA:D® is an 8-week education and exercise program developed in Denmark for people with symptoms of knee or hip OA
• GLA:D® is being launched across Canada as GLA:D™ Canada
What can GLA:D™ Canada do for you?
• This program will teach you the right way to move to reduce your OA symptoms
• In Denmark, people taking the GLA:D® program
– have reduced pain
– take fewer pain killers
– take less time off work
– are able to be more active
• GLA:D™ Canada is for everyone with symptoms of hip or knee OA!

View the complete GLA:D™ Canada website:

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