All our practitioners are trained in a variety of therapeutic techniques to engage you, body and mind, towards positive change. Some of these integrative physiotherapy techniques include education, lifestyle medicine,   diverse manual therapies including joint mobilization, myofascial release, craniosacral therapy, visceral manipulation, rehabilitative exercises and self care techniques, as well as acupuncture, dry needling, therapeutic taping, mindfulness, and breath work.

All of our Physiotherapists have received training in Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in addition to providing trauma informed healthcare.

Appointments available in clinic and virtually.

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Orthopaedic Physiotherapy

Our Physiotherapists are trained to evaluate and treat clients with a full body approach, which includes the myofascial, articular (joint) and visceral (organ) systems, as well as cognitive and emotional components. Identifying the root cause(s) of your complaints and address influencing factors can help relieve symptoms. restore optimal movement and return to activity.

We highly recommend integrating Pelvic Floor Physio for most. 

Common Musculoskeletal Conditions treated, but not limited to:

Acute injuries: Sprains, strains, tendonitis, whiplash or concussion

Prenatal and Postnatal: Low back, sacroiliac joint (SIJ) pain, sciatica, carpal tunnel, etc. 

Chronic injuries: Persistent aches, tension or pain, such as fibromyalgia, myofascial pain syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrome, hypermobility, etc 

Spine and Bone Health: Pain, postural dysfunction, scoliosis, disc herniations, and more



Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

The abdomen and pelvis are at the centre of our body’s and play very important roles in our overall stability, posture and movement, as well as connecting everything head to toe. Deep within this area is our core which can impact everything from strength, mobility and performance, to digestion, elimination and reproduction.

Our highly trained Pelvic Health Physiotherapists have years of experience working with conditions that affect bladder, bowel, reproductive, sexual, and abdominal-pelvic health for men, women, transgender and gender diverse individuals.

We can also use real time ultrasound imaging as a tool to more specifically, efficiently and non-invasively assess the function and integrity of the abdominal wall and pelvic floor. If you are seeking Physiotherapy that is focused on an abdominal or pelvic concern and would like to ensure you are able to be assessed with RTUS, should the therapist determine it is appropriate, please contact the front desk to ensure the proper paperwork is completed prior to your visit.


Pre and Postnatal care: Birth preparation, incontinence, constipation, sacroiliac joint and low back pain, sciatica, rib pain/ numbness, abdominal separation (diastasis recti), weak core and/or pelvic floor, “mummy tummy”, cesarean and episiotomy scars, pubic bone, pelvic or tailbone pain; as well as educating on safe return to activities and sport

Pelvic Organ Prolapse: Heaviness, pressure &/or bulging, incomplete emptying, or urinary/ fecal incontinence

Sexual health issues: Pain with intercourse, lack of sensation, vaginal atrophy &/or dryness, clitoral pain, pre and post-operative gender affirmation surgery

Reproductive health: Menstrual pain, migraines, cramping, and bloating, endometriosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome, and mechanical-related fertility issues

Abdominal-Pelvic concerns: Including any pain or dysfunction in and around this region, hernias, core dysfunction &/or optimization, pain from scars

Breast/chest health: Including post-operative recovery for reduction or enhancement including top gender affirmation surgery

Pediatrics: abdominal discomfort, leaking and/or constipation, education regarding laxative and enema use, and teaching parents how to support their child with a home exercise program influences posture, balance and overall strength, but can also contribute to bladder, bowel, and sexual dysfunction. Please note that an internal exam does not take place. Real Time Ultrasound can be utilized as an assessment tool.

Neurological Physiotherapy: Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy for those with an existing neurological condition


Oncology Physiotherapy

Over the past few years survival rates related to cancer diagnoses have been rising, leading to extended life expectancies. However, cancer related treatment, as vital and important they are, often come at a price and many are left to manage a multitude of both short and long term physical side effects. Physiotherapy can help improve the quality of life and well-being of individuals affected by cancer using a variety of treatment options including education and manual and movement based therapies.


Pre and post-operative care:  preparation for recovery, lymphedema education, activity recommendations and pacing, addressing mobility, flexibility and strength loss, scar tissue work and pain management

Chemotherapy and Radiation therapy related side effects: radiation burns, radiation fibrosis, axillary web syndrome, peripheral neuropathy and associated nerve damage, adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder) and chronic fatigue

Secondary lymphedema (chronic swelling resulting after a surgical procedure, infection, radiation or physical trauma)

Pelvic pain and incontinence

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Clinical Exercise - Individual or Group

Work with our highly trained Physiotherapy Assistants to integrate more movement into your rehab. Enhance your care with our individualized Yoga, Weight Lifting, or Functional Movement programs.

Whether one on one or in a small group (8 max), our clinical exercise is provided as part of your Physiotherapy treatment plan, allowing you to train more often and regain movement faster with a tailored program that is curated and overseen by your in-house Physiotherapist.

Group classes are provided weekly over a 4-6 week period and progressively integrate knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathology of various medical conditions or injuries, providing relevant sequencing, modifications, props and the like to support and nourish your health and recovery.

Assessment and referral from a licensed Physiotherapist is required. Please contact our Wellness Administrators for more info.








low cost treatment options

Even in Canada, health is a privilege. As an effort to support all in our community, Bloom has collaborated internally and with community organizations to provide access to pelvic health care for those in need. Some conditions may apply.  

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