Learn More About Physical Therapy and Injury Rehabilitation in Grande Prairie Kinesis Physical Therapy Corp provides physical therapy and injury rehabilitation in Grande Prairie. Locally owned and operated by long-time residents of the Peace Region, our clinic is a dynamic and progressive environment offering evidence-based, client-centred treatments for musculoskeletal injuries and conditions.Through a combined approach of manual therapy, exercise, and self-management education, we help our clients get back to living full and happy lives doing the activities they love. Now offering concussion management, we have the training to help alleviate your symptoms through a collaborative approach with your doctor. Contact us today for an appointment. Book Now Concussion Management If you are living with the effects of a concussion, we can help. A concussion is a brain injury and treatment should be coordinated with your doctor in an effort to eliminate long-term consequences. Learn More Custom Knee Braces Kinesis Physical Therapy now offers Donjoy Custom Knee Bracing. We will be fitting custom braces for both knee ligament instabilities/deficiencies and knee osteoarthritis unloading. Learn More Therapeutic Exercise Involves eliciting motion of the body in order to relieve symptoms and improve function. Specific stretching, strengthening, and stabilization exercises are a critical part of the rehabilitation process. Sports Rehabilitation Sports rehabilitation includes detailed bio-mechanical and muscle balance assessments of the athlete to determine the root cause of their dysfunction. A specific and functional treatment plan is then developed to help restore the athlete to a high level of function. TMD Management Approximately 25% of the population will report symptoms of TMD which commonly include jaw pain, stiffness, joint noise such as clicking and popping, headaches and neck pain. We approach this joint with the same treatment as other joints to restore pain free mobility and function. Thermal & Electrical Modalities Used as an adjunct to manual therapy and exercise. Can stimulate tissue by increasing blood flow, decreasing swelling and inflammation, decreasing pain and increasing mobility and function. These treatments can include hot and cold packs, ultrasound,IFC, TENS, NMES. Intramuscular Stimulation A dry needling technique using sterile, single-use needles that help to reduce adverse muscle tone, muscle bands and trigger points that contribute to pain and dysfunction. Helps to relieve pressure on tender joint structures, tendons and bursal sacs. Vestibular Rehabilitation Focused form of therapy intended to alleviate both primary and secondary problems caused by vestibular disorders. Proven treatment for dizziness, vertigo and balance problems, no matter your age or how long you’ve been struggling with the problem. Pelvic Health Rehabilitation Involves eliciting motion of the body in order to relieve symptoms and improve function. Specific stretching, strengthening, and stabilization exercises are a critical part of the rehabilitation process. Learn More Manual Therapy This is a “hands on” treatment approach that mobilizes the joints of the spine and extremities, creates movement in nerve tissue or facilitates the activation, flexibility and normal tone of muscles.