Physiotherapy Services Edmonton

Have sports, working out, and other physical activities left you with aching joints? Has a motor vehicle accident or a work-related injury left you with chronic pain? Or does your body just need a good tune-up?
You might be a perfect candidate for physiotherapy services from Human Integrated Performance. Our individually tailored plans help you recover from injuries and get you back to peak form for both work and play.
At Human Integrated Performance, we know that treating a patient is just the start. For optimum benefits, there’s a need for an individualized approach and a team dedicated to making each client feel at home.

Our certified, highly trained staff work directly with clients to understand the issues and develop an effective plan. The end result of the all-inclusive sessions we lead is a fast and safe return to health and happiness. With several different direct billing options to choose from, we also make it affordable for almost any budget.

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West Edmonton Location

Clinic Hours

Monday - 8am-8pm
Tuesday - 8am-8pm
Wednesday - 8am-8pm
Thursday - 8am-8pm
Friday - 8am-4pm
Saturday - 9am-3pm
Sunday - Closed

Now Offering AHS Coverage For Physiotherapy

Human Integrated Performance is pleased to offer Physiotherapy with AHS. We can provide AHS Outpatient and Community Physiotherapy Services. We can help with post-op and fracture recovery as well as low-income patients. To find out if you are eligible contact our office!

Physiotherapy Treatment Options

Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS)

Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) is a dry needling therapy used to treat chronic pain, muscle tightness, and dysfunction. It involves the insertion of fine, sterile needles into specific trigger points or tight muscle bands, promoting pain relief, muscle relaxation, and improved function.

Exercise Based Rehab

Exercise-based rehab is supported by research and is essential to physiotherapy treatment. We work with patients 1-on-1 to teach exercise plans, which leads to better outcomes. With our physiotherapist-kinesiologist combined treatment model, patients get to spend more time in the clinic at the same price as other providers.

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

Your pelvic floor muscles support your internal organs. When these muscles weaken, you may experience issues with your pelvic organs (bladder, bowel, and reproductive organs). Working with a physiotherapist can help you strengthen your pelvic floor and improve the overall health of your pelvic organs.

Modalities (electrotherapy, heat, ice, kinesiology tape, TENS, IFC, and ultrasound)

Modalities are treatment methods that help patients in several ways and use different procedures. Modalities can relieve pain, improve circulation, decrease swelling, reduce muscle spasms as well as improve the body’s overall ability to heal.

Manual Therapy (Mobilizations)

Manual therapy is utilizing skilled application of passive movement to a joint either within (mobilization) or beyond its range of motion (manipulation). Manual therapy is used to treat soft tissue and joints to reduce pain, decrease swelling, increase range of motion, help the body in muscle or soft tissue repair, facilitate movement, and more.

Sports Physiotherapy

Sports physiotherapy deals with preventing injury and rehabilitating patients and athletes who participate in sports activities. There are various injuries or illnesses that you can treat with sports therapy treatments.

Orthopaedic Physical Therapy

Orthopaedic physical therapy involves the care of your entire musculoskeletal system where it helps patients whose muscles, bones, and body ligaments do not function properly. A physiotherapist can treat conditions that may affect your ability to move or function physically in your daily life.

Radial Shockwave Therapy

Radial shockwave therapy is an advanced, non-invasive, highly effective treatment method developed to treat localized musculoskeletal pain. Shockwave therapy enhances blood circulation and accelerates the healing process causing damaged tissue to gradually regenerate.

Our Happy Humans

Jennifer is very knowledgeable about physiotherapy and what your body needs to improve, her friendly attitude and willingness to help will make you feel at home, I highly recommend her services if you want to improve your body mechanics and your lifestyle.
Wally Ovalle
Consulted the humans at YEGHIP regarding some ongoing neck and head pain, tension, and clicking with certain motions. Booking was easy, staff at the door were pleasant, and the physiotherapist I saw (Jen) really knew her stuff.
Timothy Weber
I highly recommend Nicolas Allen and Michelle Hollik and the entire human integrated performance office. I love their team approach to health and wellness. Having a sports psychologist, physio, chiro, and massage therapist all under one roof is exactly what a 38 year old athlete that isn't ready to give up the dream needs!
Marc McMahon

What can our Physiotherapists help with?

There are several different areas that our physiotherapists can help with. We have already highlighted a few of them, but here is a detailed view of the kinds of treatments our physiotherapy team offers:

Strong pelvic floor muscles are important for recovery after pregnancy. They provide stability, support, and strength to the uterus after birth, which reduces prolapse or hernias that may occur during pregnancy. A physiotherapist can teach you the best techniques for building up these muscles.

Overactive bladder is an issue where the bladder muscle contracts uncontrollably which results in urgency and frequency of urination.

Urinary incontinence is the inability to hold urine in, which often leads to the involuntary loss of small amounts of urine. Pelvic floor physiotherapy can help with urinary incontinence by strengthening muscles that help you control urination and bowel movements.

Prolapse is the descent of a pelvic organ below its normal position in relation to the other pelvic organs. Pelvic floor physiotherapy can help with a prolapse by decreasing pressure on the pelvic organs, improving circulation and reducing inflammation.

Sexual dysfunction refers to a range of disorders that may affect your ability to enjoy sexual activity. Acupuncture and pelvic floor physiotherapy can help. Pelvic floor physiotherapy can be used to increase blood flow in the genital area by doing exercises specifically targeted at this region, which is necessary for normal sexual function. Acupuncture can also help improve blood circulation to your reproductive organs.

Pelvic pain in men and women is when the pelvis becomes painful to touch or movement brings on pain. Pelvic floor physiotherapy helps reduce this pain by correcting muscular imbalances and mobilising the pelvic joints, allowing you to use your body more efficiently which reduces mis-loading of joints over time.

Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by pressure in the wrist and median nerve, which causes pain, tingling, numbing and stiffness in the hand, wrist, and arm.

If you experience dizziness or balance problems, sometimes a physical therapist can help you recover. We offer vestibular condition correction in Edmonton by helping our clients get to full recovery through simple procedures.

The primary goal with Vestibular Rehabilitation is to retrain the brain to coordinate information from the inner ear balance organs, vision, and the proprioceptive system (sensory receptors that are sensitive to stretch or pressure).

Orthopaedic Physical Therapy utilises the basic sciences of anatomy, physiology and biomechanics as background theory in the assessment and management of patients. This involves not only ‘manipulation’, but also manual assessment and treatment techniques, specific therapeutic exercise, electrotherapy, and advice on posture and movement disorders. Orthopaedic Physical Therapy is used to treat musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) and injuries, including arthritis, tendonitis, sprains, and more.

Neck pain can be caused by multiple factors, such as poor posture, over-strenuous movement, injury, worn joints, or even disease. We have several treatment options that can help you recover, by reducing stiffness and strengthening the neck muscles.

Complaints involving hands and wrists are common in our clinic, including carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS). We help you design a program that will help you improve your mobility and strength in the wrist, hand, and forearm.

Shin splints are a common injury associated with running or other impact activities. The pain is typically along the inside of the shin or tibia which is amplified with impact. Several different factors can cause shin splints such as improper warm-up or cool down, poor footwear, repetitive stress, flat feet, or even a change in your workouts. There are many ways that shin splints can be successfully treated, including Shockwave, Graston, or Active Release. Restricting impact, stretching, foam rolling, proper footwear, and ice are important during treatment to get you back to your activities as soon as possible.

Including plantar fasciitis, metatarsalgia, and Morton’s Neuroma. Recovering from such injuries requires therapeutic exercising. We have a friendly team that helps patients with these exercises and makes it easy to get back to fitness.

Sciatica is a nerve pain caused by irritation of the sciatic nerve. Patients often report pain in the lower back and down the back of their leg. Numbness, tingling, or muscle weakness can also occur. Sciatica can be caused by a herniated disc, bone spurs, or spinal stenosis; a narrowing of the spine that can lead to compression of the nerve. Sciatica typically will affect one side of the body. Sneezing, coughing, and straining are often extremely painful with sciatica. Our chiropractors are fully equipped to assess and address irritations of the sciatica nerve.


Patients often report pain or weakness on either the inside or outside of the elbow which is worsened with computer work, lifting or gripping and repetitive activities. There are many ways that tennis and golfer’s elbow can be successfully treated, including Shockwave, Graston, or Active Release. It is important to ice the elbow to help reduce inflammation during the healing process.

Golfer’s Elbow, also known as medial epicondylitis, is caused by repetitive stress and or weakness of the muscles which flex your wrist and fingers. Pain or tenderness is local to the inside of the elbow, and can also move down the forearm and into the hand.

Tennis Elbow, also known as lateral epicondylitis, is most commonly caused by repetitive stress and or weakness of the extensor carpi radialis brevis muscle. Pain or tenderness is local to the outside of the elbow but can move down the forearm and into the hand.

A shoulder injury can leave you hurt and vulnerable to further injury. We have multiple treatment options for shoulder pain at our clinic. Getting treatment can reduce pain by relieving nerve compression, muscle strain, and joint pressure. You will have more range of movement and the shoulder joint will be more flexible.

Meet Our Physiotherapists

Our Physiotherapy Intake Process

Your physio sessions and treatment plan is unique, and tailored to your particular needs. Generally, here’s what happens when you see our physiotherapists for the first time:

Physiotherapy FAQ

There is some evidence that a weak pelvic floor can lead to problems controlling bowel movements. If you have difficulty controlling your bowels, pelvic floor physiotherapy may help. A physiotherapist can teach you exercises to improve the strength and function of your pelvic floor muscles.

Pelvic floor physiotherapy is a beneficial practice during pregnancy and postpartum. It aids in preparation for childbirth by teaching control over pelvic floor muscles. It also helps manage discomforts linked with pregnancy, such as back pain and urinary incontinence, by strengthening these muscles. Post-childbirth, physiotherapy can assist in recovery, helping restore strength and functionality to muscles affected during delivery. Furthermore, physiotherapists can guide safe exercise routines during pregnancy. However, as effectiveness can vary, it’s important to consult a healthcare provider to tailor a program fitting to individual health needs.

We recommend wearing comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely. You may also need to wear shorts or a skirt depending on the type of assessment our physiotherapist will be conducting. Rest assured that all Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy sessions are conducted in a professional and respectful manner, so please don’t hesitate to ask any questions you may have.

Physiotherapy is instrumental in managing orthopedic conditions, which include disorders of the musculoskeletal system, such as bones, muscles, joints, ligaments, and tendons. It aids in reducing pain and inflammation through various modalities like heat or cold therapy, TENS, and manual techniques. It also enhances mobility and function by helping patients regain strength and flexibility through targeted exercises and stretches. Importantly, physiotherapy helps patients recover from orthopedic surgeries, like joint replacements or reconstructions, by guiding them through postoperative rehabilitation. Equally, it is involved in injury prevention, educating patients about correct postures, movements, and ergonomic principles to avoid future injuries or conditions. Therefore, physiotherapy is a vital component of comprehensive orthopedic care.

If you’re having problems with pelvic floor muscles, such as leaking, constipation, or pelvic pain, you may need pelvic floor therapy. Pelvic floor therapy can be done by a physiotherapist or through specialized pelvic floor exercises that you can do at home. It is especially important for women to do pelvic floor exercises during pregnancy and after childbirth to help prevent pelvic floor problems.

First, you should make an appointment with one of our physiotherapists. They will assess your current situation and give you a personalized treatment plan that includes pelvic floor exercises tailored just for you. They will also show you how to do the exercises properly so that you can get the most out of them. With their help, you can start making progress toward achieving your goals!

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Some signs of a weak pelvic floor include difficulty controlling your bladder, incontinence, pelvic pain, and low back pain. If you experience any of these symptoms, it is important to consult a pelvic floor physiotherapist. They can help you address the underlying issue and improve your quality of life.

This all depends on the severity of the injury, but most sprains require 2-6 weeks to heal. Our goals are to control inflammation, regain strength and range of motion, and restore muscle control and endurance levels before returning to sports or everyday life.

Pelvic Floor therapy does not have to be awkward. Our team of experienced Physiotherapists is dedicated to providing you with the best care possible in a safe and respectful environment. We understand that Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy can feel uncomfortable at first, but we will do our best to make sure you are as comfortable as possible during your sessions. If you ever have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to ask!


Extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) is a non-invasive treatment that involves the delivery of shock waves to injured soft tissue to decrease pain and promote healing. It has been used in the treatment of many musculoskeletal conditions, primarily those involving connective tissues such as ligaments and tendons. 

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