Our Services

At Foul Bay Physiotherapy we provide assessment and treatment for a variety of clinical conditions ranging from orthopedic and sports injuries to motor vehicle accidents and work-related injuries.


Our initial visits include thorough musculoskeletal and functional assessments to determine the cause of your symptoms.

Treatment may include a broad range of techniques and modalities to help decrease pain, increase range of motion, and improve function. Exercise programs may also be given to help minimize your dysfunction.

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Manual Therapy

Manual Therapy is a broad group of skilled hands-on techniques performed by a certified physiotherapist, which include mobilizations and manipulations of soft tissue and skeletal joints. Using an evidence-based approach, these techniques aim to decrease pain, swelling, and inflammation and aim to increase muscle, joint, fascia, and neural mobility.

Exercise/Functional Rehabilitation

Specific and general exercise programs are an important part of the rehabilitation process for most injuries. Our therapists are trained in prescribing exercises and help to tailor the program to your needs whether it be returning to a particular sport, increasing core strength, or rehabilitating a joint following an injury or surgery. Home exercises are an integral part of each individual’s rehabilitation program and preventative maintenance.

Sports Injuries

From sports including soccer, running, rowing, cycling, swimming, rugby, golf, skiing, and dance. We have extensive experience with athletes ranging from those individuals who play recreationally, to professional and semi-professional levels.


Intra-muscular stimulation (IMS) is a comprehensive system for the effective diagnosis and treatment of chronic pain of neuropathic origin. It is a dry needling technique developed by Dr. C. Gunn, aimed at reducing adverse muscle tone, trigger points, or tight bands of muscle tissue. The result of which decreases the load onto associated tendons and joints thereby optimizing normal joint alignment.


Acupuncture is a treatment modality developed by traditional Chinese medicine for 500 years, and in recent decades, acupuncture has been effectively utilized by certified Western medicine practitioners. Acupuncture is a dry needling technique inserted at specific acupuncture points to encourage natural healing, reduce or relieve pain and improve function of the affected areas of the body.

Spinal Decompression/Mechanical Traction

A traction/decompression can be used to alleviate pain in the neck and back by taking pressure off the affected structures. The repetitive or sustained application of longitudinal distraction can reduce the signs and symptoms of nerve root disorders (sciatica), disc disease, and spinal arthritis.

Whiplash Disorders

The neck is an intricate structure neurologically, biomechanically and anatomically. A motor vehicle accident can cause a complicated constellation of signs, symptoms and pains. The therapists at Foul Bay Physiotherapy have extensive experience in the management of this condition with therapeutic interventions including manual therapy, manipulation and specific exercises.

Athletic Taping

Whether it’s athletic taping or KINESIO Taping our therapists have experience with professional, semi-professional, amateur and recreational athletes. We can get you back into the game and help rehabilitate your injury..

Vestibular Rehabilitation

Each year many people of all ages will experience a sensation of Dizziness, Vertigo (B.P.P.V), or nsteadiness. This may be short lived (seconds) or extend into months or years and originate from a variety of dysfunctions. As there are many causes, which may be the source of this problem, it is important to complete a thorough vestibular examination to identify the cause of the symptoms. In addition to a medical examination by your family doctor, a vestibular therapist (a specially trained physiotherapist) can assess for problems that arise when the fault originates with the vestibular system (inner ear).