Manual Therapy in Vancouver DowntownAt Limelight Wellness Clinic
Manual Therapy at Our Clinic
Manual Therapy is a series of techniques to diagnose and treat the musculoskeletal problems by palpating bony and soft tissues to diagnose the malalignment. Manual therapists are trained to adjust joint positions, release soft tissue, correct body posture and improve body function by returning the body into its best mechanical alignment.
Manual therapy techniques, exercise prescription, postural assessment, and postural correction exercises have proven results and one of the best to offer to you is here at Limelight physiotherapy clinic.
Here there are some reasons why Manual Therapy is beneficial:
- Avoid surgery: eliminates pain, heal from an injury, and even if surgery is required manual therapy can improve your pre-surgery condition, making you stronger and better in shape.
- Improve mobility: Stretching and strengthening exercises help restore your ability to move. Our physiotherapists at Limelight can properly fit individuals with a cane, crutches or any other assistive device, or assess for orthotic prescription.
- Improve your balance: If you are at high risk for fall our physiotherapists will identify your vulnerabilities and will provide exercises to improve your balance mimicking real-life situations.
Manual Therapy for sure will help you in many other ways to give you the right tool to a desired recovered.
Why Choose Limelight Wellness for Manual Therapy in Vancouver
One-on-one manual therapy treatment provided by experienced registered physiotherapists
Our equipment is high quality and FDA Approved to ensure you get the best results possible.
Located right next to Yaletown-Roundhouse subway station.
Our Patients Love Us
Over 80 five star reviews proves clinic’s excellence in delivering high quality patient care
Schedule an Appointment with Alireza (Ali) Sarmadi
Our Registered Physiotherapist
Alireza embarked on his healthcare career, in 1996 attending medical school in Iran. After earning his Bachelors in Physiotherapy, he continued to pursue a Masters and finally a PhD in this field. Working as an assistant professor at TMU University he gained hands on experience in Physiotherapy. In 2012, Ali moved to Canada, beginning his clinical experience by working at the University Physiotherapy clinic, as well as several private clinics, public hospitals, and community based programs treating acute and chronic conditions in addition to post operation rehabilitation.
With more than ten years of hands on experience with physiotherapy techniques, manual therapy, IMS, human mechanics, rehabilitation, orthopedic and sport injuries, stroke and Parkinson rehabilitation, Ali takes a holistic approach and addresses individual needs of his physiotherapy patients in the downtown Vancouver area.