Banff Sport Medicine Physiotherapy

All Under One Roof

At Banff Sport Medicine your journey back to health is in good hands. The team approach ensures that if consultation between team members is required (including sport medicine, orthopedic surgery and physiotherapy), communication is efficient and effective.

Manual Therapy Techniques
Treatment techniques include spinal mobilization and manipulation, peripheral joint mobilization and manipulation, neural mobilization, ART / soft tissue release, cupping, Graston / Instrument assisted soft-tissue mobilization (IASTM).

Exercise Programming
Customized exercise programs to improve strength, stability, balance, coordination, agility and flexibility.

Pelvic Health Physiotherapy
Assessments may include a biomechanical assessment of joints and soft-tissues as well as an internal pelvic floor exam.
Specialists: Aly

Running Gait Assessment
A gait analysis using a treadmill and specialized software can provides additional insight if you are experiencing pain or an injury from running.

Functional Movement Assessment
A movement assessment that identifies and treats compensations in the body that may predispose you to, or be the cause of, injury.

Shockwave Therapy
An effective, non-invasive therapy used to accelerate the healing of muscle, tendon, ligament, and some bone injuries.

Intramuscular Stimulation
Also known as dry needling, this is an effective tool to help reduce painful muscular trigger points.
Specialists: Jacob, Ben, Aly

Medicinal Acupuncture
This style of acupuncture concentrates on pain reduction and improved mobility.
Specialists: Jacob

Therapeutic Taping
Athletic tape, Leukotape, or Kinesiotape can help to re-align joint or soft tissue mechanics and bring an increased awareness to movement patterns.

Electrotherapy Modalities
Neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES), also known as ‘muscle stim’ may be used and prescribed for home use if you have difficulty contracting a certain muscle due to pain or surgery. Our therapists may also elect to use ultrasound, interferential current (IFC) or transcutaneous electrical stimulation (TENS) to help manage your pain.