WHY CHOOSE US?
We are a group of health professionals with a focus on quality of care. We offer physiotherapy, massage therapy, athletic therapy and dietary consultations all under one roof.
Our dedicated therapists will assess and tailor your treatment to you. Our goal is to work together to help you get better.
Our original clinic started over 15 years ago in the Fort Gary area. We've since grown and are now proud to serve the River Heights community. You can find us at either of our locations.
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WE OFFER DIRECT BILLING TO INSURERS
We know being injured weighs on your mind, body and on your bank account.
We'll help you to take one more thing off your mind by directly billing your insurer. We offer direct billing to the following providers.
MANITOBA BLUE CROSS | CANADA LIFE | MANITOBA PUBLIC INSURANCE | CLAIM SECURE
WORKERS COMPENSATION BOARD OF MANITOBA | SUN LIFE FINANCIAL | MANULIFE
At Action Physiotherapy and Wellness Clinic in Winnipeg, we offer our clients a broad spectrum of services to help you heal. If you're unfamiliar with what we treat and require more information, please see the FAQ page.
Physiotherapy is the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of physical injuries and movement problems. Your physiotherapist will assess and tailor your treatment to you based on your needs and concerns.
Vestibular rehabilitation is the assessment and treatment of balance and dizziness-related problems like inner ear or central nervous system disease. Our physiotherapist will tailor your education and exercise program based on your needs.
Pilates and yoga-based exercises can be used to restore and improve your mobility, strengthen your core, and improve overall health. They are a great way to complement your physiotherapy!
Custom Orthotics help to correct poor leg and foot biomechanics. Custom orthotics may be covered by your insurance. Some require a prescription from a medical doctor, so you be sure to check your plan for coverage.
Acupuncture and dry needling are two different needling techniques. With acupuncture, thin needles are inserted into specific areas of the body call acupuncture points and are left in. With dry needling, thin needles are inserted to stimulate trigger points using a "pistoning" method. If you aren't sure which is for you, ask your physiotherapist!
Massage therapy is the manual manipulation of soft tissues of the body to enhance a persons health and well-being. At Action, our massage therapists offer relaxation therapy, deep therapeutic massage, cranio-sacral therapy, hot stone massage, and aromatherapy massage.
Your dietitian will work with you to tailor your consult to you. Whether you're coming in for nutrition information, weight loss or something related to chronic disease, let our dietitian help you eat well.
Athletic therapy is not just for athletes! Athletic therapy can be used to treat a wide range of conditions from osteoarthritis to sport-related injuries. Our Athletic Therapist will get you back to your activity or sport as quickly as possible. This is based on stages of healing and sport specific requirements.