Physical therapy helps people maximize their functional quality of life.
Physical therapists provide services that develop, maintain and restore people’s maximum movement and functional ability. They can help people at any stage of life when movement and function are threatened by aging, injury, diseases, disorders, conditions or environmental factors.
In Saskatchewan, a medical referral is not required to get started with a physical therapist, but check with your insurance provider to determine if they require one for coverage.
Costs for physical therapy can vary depending on the injury/condition. Learn more about pricing.
Your first appointment will take approximately 50 minutes. During this time, your physical therapist will work with you to assess your condition and perform a physical assessment. From there, they will give you a treatment plan and an idea on how many follow up appointments to expect.
Follow up appointments are not time-dependent. But most often will take approximately 20 minutes per condition.
Waiting times vary depending on the location and physical therapist however most wait times are short. Our friendly scheduling staff will help you find a time that works for you.
Within our 5 Saskatoon clinics, we have physical therapists ready to see you the same day you call. No extra fee. Available via phone only and location may vary. Learn more.
This question depends on your particular symptom and treatment plan. A physical therapist will be able to give you an approximate number of treatment appointments required after your initial assessment.
Of course. We are recognised by all the major insurance companies. Just check your own policy for its terms and conditions.
Payment for service is due at the time of appointment. We happily provide you with all necessary paperwork for you to submit a claim with your insurance company for reimbursement.
We are working on and will be able to bill most major insurers directly in the near future.
We have 19 locations across Saskatchewan. Find a clinic nearest to you.