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What is Mobile Physiotherapy and How Does It Work?

Physiotherapy is a type of treatment that helps people with injuries or illnesses improve their physical function. It can also help people maintain good health and improve their quality of life. Traditionally, physiotherapy has been offered in a clinic setting. However, there is a new type of physiotherapy that is becoming increasingly popular- mobile physiotherapy. So what is mobile physiotherapy, and how does it work?

What is mobile physiotherapy?

Mobile physiotherapy is a type of physiotherapy that is delivered to patients in their homes or other locations outside of a traditional clinical setting. Mobile physiotherapists are trained to provide care and treatment to patients with a wide range of physical needs and abilities, and they work closely with patients to develop individualized treatment plans that address their specific goals and objectives. Mobile physiotherapy services can be particularly beneficial for seniors or those who have difficulty accessing traditional physiotherapy care. In addition, mobile physiotherapy can be an effective solution for those who live in rural or isolated communities where access to healthcare services is limited.

Mobile physiotherapists work with patients who have a wide range of injuries, impairments, and disabilities. They also provide education and support to caregivers. In some cases, mobile physiotherapy can be just as effective as traditional outpatient therapy. However, there are some advantages and disadvantages to this type of care.

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Tell us what hurts, and we will treat your pain in the shortest time possible. Get effective treatment for your condition in less than 30 minutes so you can get back to doing what you live… pain-free.

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Get a personalized care plan so you can feel better in as few as 3 visits. We use advanced therapy techniques proven to ease pain, accelerate recovery, improve mobility and overall health. Expert Therapists

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Our team of licensed physiotherapists, chiropractors, registered massage therapists are professionals and in human anatomy and biomechanics. You will get the perfect care plan to target the root of your pain so you can get back to doing what you love, everyday! 

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This appointment is your opportunity to tell us what hurts and discover whether mobile physiotherapy is a good fit for you! During this session, you will talk with a physiotherapist on a phone call (or online) and create the right care plan specifically for your pain. There is no obligation, this session is only to find out if physiotherapy can help you getting back to doing the things you love in life.

About PainHero

If you’re like most you don’t want to wait days or weeks to get treated for your pain. And you don’t want to have to spend your time calling nearby clinics to find the one who can see you the fastest.

That’s where PainHero comes In – Canada’s largest network of physiotherapists, chiropractors, and registered massage therapists. 

Our Platform is used by clinics where they post their open appointment times. So you can quickly compare availability and wait times for clinics near you without having to pick up the phone. Then book an appointment within seconds and even see someone that day if you want. So you can get back to doing the things you love faster.

Plus unlike other sites who let anyone on or just rely on google reviews. We hand pick clinics based on a 50-point inspection, which includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust, cost, and general excellence.

Why PainHero?

Improve the way your body moves so you can continue to do the things you love. PainHero is Canada’s largest network of physiotherapists, chiropractors, and registered massage therapists. Our mission is to make it easy for you to find the top clinics in your community. We handpick the top clinics using our 50 point inspection based on patient reviews, complaints, and patient outcomes. 

Whether you’re seeking pain relief or preventative care, you can expect our patient-centric approach to be new and different from any healthcare experience you’ve had before. Perhaps even life-changing.  




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The Pros Vs Cons Of Mobile Physiotherapy

Advantages of mobile physiotherapy include the following:

– It is more convenient for patients who have difficulty leaving the house.

– It can be less expensive than traditional outpatient therapy.

– It allows patients to receive therapy in their own homes, which can be more comfortable and familiar than a clinic or hospital setting.

Disadvantages of mobile physiotherapy include the following:

– There may be a limited number of services available compared to traditional in clinic therapy.

– Mobile physiotherapists may not have access to the same types of equipment and resources as those in a clinic or hospital setting.

If you are considering mobile physiotherapy, it is important to discuss the advantages and disadvantages with your doctor or physiotherapist to decide if this type of care is right for you.

What to Expect From Your First Home Visit Physiotherapy Appointment?

A physiotherapist can help you to manage your pain and improve your mobility. If you have never been to see a physiotherapist before, you may be wondering what to expect from your first home visit appointment. 

First, your physiotherapist will take a detailed history of your pain, exploring when it started, what makes it worse, and what makes it better. They will then conduct a physical examination, testing your range of motion, flexibility, and strength. Based on this information, they will develop a treatment plan which may include exercises, manual therapy, and education. 

Your physiotherapist will also provide you with advice on how to manage your pain on a day-to-day basis. They will discuss things like posture, activity level, and self-care techniques. After your first home visit appointment, you should feel more informed about your condition and empowered to take steps to improve your pain and mobility.

Feedback about mobile in home physiotherapy courtesy of BramptonPT – Mobile In Home Physiotherapy.


Find out whether mobile physiotherapy can help you get back to doing the things you love in life. 

Should I Do Virtual Physiotherapy or Mobile Physiotherapy?

More and more, medical professionals are looking to technology to provide solutions for their patients. Virtual physiotherapy is one such solution that is becoming increasingly popular. But what conditions can be treated with virtual physiotherapy? The answer may surprise you. Everything from chronic pain to stroke recovery can be assisted with virtual physiotherapy.

As more and more people worldwide gain access to high-speed internet, the delivery of health care services is increasingly moving online. One type of service that is well suited to an online format is physiotherapy. Physiotherapy is a hands-on discipline that requires regular communication and interaction between therapist and patient. However, recent advances in video calling technology have made it possible for physiotherapy to be delivered remotely.

Online physiotherapy can take many forms, but typically it involves the use of live video calls, pre-recorded videos, and email or chat communications.

This type of therapy has numerous advantages, including increased flexibility, lower costs, and improved access to care. Furthermore, online physiotherapy can be just as effective as in-person therapy for treating a variety of conditions. As the delivery of health care services continues to evolve, online physiotherapy is likely to become an increasingly popular option for patients and therapists alike.

Home physiotherapy tips courtesy of ADM Ottawa Physiotherapy. (Read the caption)

Is Virtual Physical Therapy Effective?

In recent years, there has been a growing trend of healthcare providers offering virtual physical therapy (VPT) (a.k.a physiotherapy). While the use of VPT is still relatively new, there is evidence to suggest that it can be just as effective as traditional in-person therapy. 

  • The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery recently published a study that compared traditional care with telerehabilitation for patients recovering from total knee arthroplasty. The results showed no difference in effectiveness, meaning it doesn’t matter whether you receive your treatment at home or through remote coaching sessions – both provide similar relief!
Below are more examples of how VPT can be effective:


  • In this study, it turned out that patients who received virtual physical therapy were just as satisfied with their sessions during COVID-19, even though most couldn’t attend in person due to quarantine restrictions.


  • The use of telehealth to deliver patient care has been proven time and again, with the American Physical Therapy Association advocating its effectiveness.


Conditions That Can Be Treated Successfully With Virtual Physiotherapy Include:

  • Back pain (lower, middle, uppers)
  • Concussion
  • Pelvic health
  • Sports medicine injuries
  • Stroke
  • Sports medicine injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Vestibular disorder
  • Orthopedic post-op

Mobile and virtual physiotherapy can be an effective treatment option for you. If you you’d like to see if a virtual physiotherapy session may be right for you just use the search box on this page to see a physio clinic near you.

Virutal physiotherapy tips courtesy of ProActive Rehab. (Read the caption)

Conditions Successfully Treated with Mobile Physiotherapy

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Frequently Asked Questions

Just use the search box on this page to find a top clinic near you and book an appointment or call them.

Typically the same as an in-person one. Generally, they last around 30-60 minutes.

About Taylor Sipos

Taylor is a physiotherapist at The Orthopaedic Therapy Clinic located in Toronto, Ontario. He treats patients with various musculoskeletal conditions using patient education, exercise therapy, manual therapy and acupuncture. His treatment philosophy involves giving his patient’s the means to self-manage their injuries. He does this through reassurance, education and health promotion. Taylor uses the same principles as a patient educator at Pain Hero. He aims to provide you with high-quality, easy to understand information to teach you about your condition and how to improve it.


Mobile Physiotherapy is one of several possible methods for relieving pain that do not rely on prescription medications and all the side effects and baggage they come with. Not to mention that most drugs can only mask pain, but rarely address root causes. Find a clinic if you are suffering from muscle tightness, soreness, or pain to improve your quality of life, today.