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Will my extended benefits cover the cost of the assessment and or the classes? 


Generally a portion of  physiotherapy assessments and treatments are covered by extended health care plans. This being said each plan is different and we cannot guarantee coverage. For details on coverage for classes head to our CLASSES page

I have a question related to group classes

For all questions related to group classes check out our class specific page HERE

I have been diagnosed with Parkinson's but don't have any "major issues" yet do I need to see a Physio?

If you want to optimize your function both now and for the future then YES. When it comes to Parkinson's the earlier you are assessed and set up with a treatment plan, we know from the research that the effects of proper exercise and treatment are more effective the earlier you begin.

Do you do home visits?

The majority of our treatments take place at our clinic location on Fraser and 28th, we do see a few clients in there homes however there is a waitlist for this service and the times and days available are quite limited. To inquire about home visits please contact us and we will be happy to answer any questions.



Research is proving without a doubt that exercise is integral to optimal living for people with Parkinson’s. Exercise can help manage both motor and non motor symptoms, such as fatigue, stiffness, balance, and sleep and can improve overall quality of life. Being proactive and starting a specific exercise program now will help you feel great and keep you feeling better for longer as time progresses. For more information on this topic check out our educational videos

YES! The sooner you see a Parkinson's specific Physiotherapist after diagnosis the better! Physiotherapists are movement an exercise experts. They can assess your posture, gait alignment, balance and more and use their expertise to create an individualized Parkinson's specific plan. Research shows that the earlier you start exercising with Parkinson's the better the effects. Creating neuroplastic changes in your brain through exercise now will help protect you as time goes on so it is integral that you get set up on a proper program as soon as possible.