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  • Kinesiology

    The benefits of Kinesiology

    Southern Ontario Medical Rehabilitation and Aquatic Centre has kinesiology and physiotherapy experts that collaborate to create a personalized exercise program while applying the principles of physiology, bio-mechanics and anatomy. This program helps our patients get the rehabilitation results they are looking to get.

    Our specialists customize each program to fit the patient’s requirements and alter it in order for it to be effective.

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    Advanced Physiotherapy

    Advanced physiotherapy is a branch of rehabilitative medicine. It is aimed at helping patients maintain, recover, or improve their physical abilities. This kind of therapy treats any pain, disease, or injury by physical means. It is not an alternative therapy. Physiotherapy is a clinical health science.

    How it WorksPhysiotherapy helps restore normal body function and movements in cases of injury,

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    Athletic Therapy at Southern Ontario Aquatic Rehabilitation Center

    Athletes are just like the common citizens that watch them perform. But what makes them stand out is their ability to do something that the average person just can’t do. But their athleticism isn’t immune to injuries. Athletes suffer from injuries from time to time, which hinders their ability to play. A number of factors come into play on how an athlete suffers from injury.

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    Warm Water Therapy – Reducing Pain

    Why It Works:

    • Reduce of gravity that compresses the joints
    • Supports sore limbs through out
    • Increases circulation
    • Reduces swelling and inflammation
    • Makes loose effects on the joints
    • Fast relief within 20 minutes
    • Offers a lasting effect
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    Aquatic Therapy

    Aquatic therapy is water-based treatments with a therapeutic intent in mind; in particular for fitness, physical rehabilitation and relaxation. These exercises are performed while the patient is in a temperature-controlled pool. Specifically, this therapy involves the patient to be floating, fully submerged, or partially submerged in the water while performing exercises. There are many therapeutic procedures that require the participation of a trained physical therapist.

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    Chronic Pain Management Workshop

    Wednesday October 21, 2015

    Time: 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

    Cost:Free of charge

    Location:Southern Ontario Medical and Aquatics Centre

                    1131 Invicta Dr. Unit 2  Oakville, ON

    For more information or to register, contact: 1.800.321.1433 ext 3657

    PARTICIPANTS WILL RECEIVE A FREE PASS TO THE AQUA THERAPY* SESSION!

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    Getting A Massage at SOMRC

    Southern Ontario Medical Rehabilitation Center or simply SOMRC welcomes all to enjoy a massage session in a warm cozy environment. As professionals in the rehabilitation center we believe no special reason is needed to enjoy a massage and take a few moments to yourself.
    Relief stress
    Build up your immune system
    Restore energy levels
    Take moments to enjoy and relax
    To book your appointment today click here!

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    Acupuncture Learn Heal Enjoy

    Acupuncture in Oakville has gained its popularity due to its simple and inexpensive benefits it has to offer in comparison to traditional medicine. Acupuncture is a form of alternative medical treatment for illnesses and injuries. A major component of Chinese medicine, it was once thought of as a radical alternative but here at our Medical Rehabilation Center we believe acupuncture definatly deserves a place to be.

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    Arthritis Clinic

    What is Arthritis?

    Arthritis is painful inflammation and swelling of the joints. The most common affected joints are hips, knees, hands and spine.

    The benefits of early diagnosis and physical therapy
    People with arthritis will often avoid exercise due to pain. However physical therapy will help patients maintain joint mobility and range of motion.

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