Saturday Physiotherapists in downtown Toronto
At Ace Physiotherapy – Downtown Toronto we understand that most people are busy, and that is why we offer convenient scheduling times.
Ace Physiotherapy in downtown Toronto is open Saturdays!
Our downtown Toronto Physiotherapy clinic has appointments available that include before-work, after-work hours and on Saturdays:
Why choose our downtown Toronto Physiotherapy clinic?
Our downtown Toronto Physiotherapists at Ace Physio are experts in helping you get back to your regular activities and a pain free lifestyle.
All Physiotherapy assessments will be up to a full hour. An hour gives the Physiotherapist the necessary time to ask and listen to your concerns, perform a comprehensive evaluation, educate you regarding your condition, and provide an initial treatment.
This comprehensive approach has lead Ace Physio to be voted the ‘Patient’s Choice Award Winner’
Saturday Physiotherapy appointments book up quickly!
Call us today to speak with our friendly staff 416-900-6653!
Our downtown Toronto physiotherapy clinic is conveniently located:
Ace Physiotherapy is located at 2 Carlton Street in downtown Toronto at the corner of Yonge and College.
- Paid In-building parking is available by entering from Wood St (1 Street North of Carlton Street). On Saturdays it is $4 for all day parking. Free parking is available one block away at Loblaws (Church & Carlton) when you spend $20 on groceries.
- The front door to our building is located directly beside the Yonge-College (North-East) Subway Entrance/Exit at 2 Carlton St.
Physiotherapy assessments and treatments are by appointment only.
The following is a list of common conditions treated by the Physiotherapists at Ace Physiotherapy – Downtown Toronto.
This list is not exhaustive and there are many conditions not listed we can help you improve. If you have any questions, please call our friendly staff at 416-900-6653 and we will be happy to answer your questions.
Commonly Treated Conditions:
|Achilles tendonitis / tendonopathy||Piriformis syndrome|
|Ankle sprains and strains||Plantar Fasciitis|
|Arthritic Conditions||Poor Posture|
|Back Pain||Post Fracture Management|
|Calcific Tendonitis (rotator cuff, patellar tendon, etc)||Repetitive Strain/Overuse/Stress Injuries|
|Carpal Tunnel Syndrome||Rotator Cuff Injuries|
|Degenerative Joint/Disc Diseases||Shoulder injuries (including Frozen Shoulder and Rotator Cuff strains)|
|DeQuervain’s Tenosynovitis||Shin splints|
|Disc Herniations||Sports Injuries|
|Foot pain and Bunions||Tinnitus (when it is related to neck or jaw dysfunction)|
|Fractures||TMJ pain (Jaw pain)|
|Fibromyalgia||Torticollis (wry neck)|
|Headaches||Tennis elbow / Golfers elbow|
|Joint Stiffness||Thoracic Outlet Syndrome|
|Knee Pain||Trigger Points|
|Knee Ligament Instability/Tear Knee Meniscus Tear||Vestibular/Balance/Dizziness/Vertigo conditions|
|Motor Vehicle Accident Injuries (MVA’s)||Wrist Sprains|
|Myofascial Pain Syndrome|