Dealing with the physical effects of a motor vehicle accident can be a challenging process. Choosing an appropriate health care provider or clinic to manage your accident related injuries is important. MVA rehabilitation programs at Physiohaus are tailored for individual needs and delivered by a clinical team that understands how to help patients overcome injuries commonly associated with vehicular accidents. We empower our patients to play a proactive role in their recoveries by emphasizing education and functional training and by promoting long-term self-management through home exercise, coaching regarding return work and sport and patient specific goal setting.

Whether you have strains, sprains or the symptoms of whiplash such as neck pain, dizziness and blurred vision it's important to work with someone who you trust to optimize your recovery from beginning to end.

What kind of injuries to we treat following a car accident (MVA)

  • Whiplash, the symptoms of which include neck, shoulder and lower back pain, ringing in the ears, dizziness, blurred vision, sleeplessness and stiffness
  • Broken bones, specifically rehabilitative physiotherapy to restore strength, function and range of motion
  • Rotator cuff tears
  • Hip strains
  • Tennis elbow
  • Jaw Pain
  • Arm / Leg Pain
  • Back / Neck Pain
  • Bruising / Tenderness
  • Muscle Weakness and Fatigue
  • Numbness
  • Sprains / Strains

Treatment is designed to get your body back to normal, with full mobility, strength, flexibility and range of motion. Our goal is to return you to your pre-accident level of activity in your work, sport and home-life. Treatment at Physiohaus may include:

  • Mobilization, manipulation and soft tissue work
  • Stretching and therapeutic exercises to help prevent joint stiffness and restore tissue function
  • Strengthening exercises to increase endurance and power
  • Designing an exercise plan which allows a return to work and physical activities in a safe, gradual and effective manner
  • Exercise, education and lifestyle planning
  • Acupuncture, dry-needling, IMS, or intramuscular stimulation
  • Postural taping and education regarding postures during various activities
  • Coordination of care with other health care practitioners

We have full time, experienced administrative staff who will help manage your claim and coordinate care with the clinicians involved in your care. We are also happy to work with other health care providers at different treatment facilities. If you have questions about your injuries, or about the rehabilitation following a car accident, feel free to give us al call at 519-204-4445.