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Apex Chiropractic

Supportive aids such as walker, crutches and braces Assessment and education

We Walk the Walk... With You The choice of an assistive device is often determined by the physiotherapist following a detailed initial evaluation. Individuals who demonstrate weakness with one side the body may be prescribed a single point cane. For individuals with weakness in both their lower limbs or those who have suffered from some form of injury, crutches or a walker are generally recommended. Physiotherapists play an important role in helping patients stay mobile and maintain independence. There is a lot that your physiotherapist can do for you.

With the right treatment approach involving exercise and manual therapy, there is a possibility that you may regain full function without the need for an assistive device. That's how life changing physiotherapy can be for you. Contact us today to learn more. We look forward to the opportunity to work with you.