Keep fit to play, with physiotherapy.

We are made to move our bodies. And when we move better, we enjoy life more fully.

What is physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy combines an in-depth knowledge of human anatomy with the skills to assess, diagnose and treat symptoms of illness, injury, and disability.

Rehabilitation with physiotherapy can involve a number of specialized techniques including manual manipulation, exercise therapy, postural, gait, balance and co-ordination retraining.

Other physical therapy modalities may include ultrasound, electrotherapy, k-taping and acupuncture.

Common Conditions Physiotherapy Treats

Acute & Chronic Musculoskeletal Injuries • Chronic pain • Osteoarthritis • Sciatica • Back Pain • Repetitive Strain Injuries • Joint Pain (Knees, Shoulder, Elbow, Feet, etc.) • Postural Dysfunctions • Fibromyalgia • Muscle Pain • Chronic Fatigue • Long Covid • Motor Vehicle Accident Injuries • Carpal Tunnel • Tension & Migraine Headaches • TMJ

Laurie Wiens, Saskatoon Physical Therapist

Pain and loss of mobility can have a huge impact on your life, and can lead to other health problems.

With over 25 years of experience practicing Physical Therapy in Saskatoon, Laurie is passionate about her work and wants to help you get back to the things you love to do.

Laurie believes in the importance of listening to your concerns with respect, and working together with you to meet your treatment goals – whether your goals are getting back to your favourite leisure activities, getting back to work, or even just living without pain and dysfunction.


No, we do not require a referral. You should check with your insurance company to see if they require one.

Please visit our online booking page for up-to date-prices.

At this time, physiotherapy and acupuncture treatments are not covered by Health Care but most private insurance plans do cover both physio and acupuncture. Please check with your insurance company.

We require 24 hour notice of appointment cancellation.

You can wear what ever you are comfortable in.

Yes, we do initial assessments and follow ups for SGI and WCB.