through ongoing therapy
with professional support
with passion and motivation
with proper muscle balance, alignment and strengthening
75% of people who exercise are not getting the results they want. Of the 25% of the people who do get results, 90% of them are working with a personal trainer.”
- IDEA International Health and Fitness Organization
Our Physical Rehabilitation is Built for you.
Client focused to improve quality of life, manage acute and chronic conditions and improve activity limitations. In partner ship with Niagara-On-The-Lake Chiropractic we offer a collaborative physical rehabilitation program. The program includes assessment & treatment followed by prescribed rehabilitation exercises. The combination of stretch & strengthen offers a safe & effective approach to rehabilitation.
A history, physical exam, diagnosis, and plan of management
Treatment options include soft tissue therapy for tight and inhibited muscle groups, adjustments/mobilizations of restricted joints, laser therapy if required for acute/chronic injuries, ergonomic assessments, education, and an exercise prescription for rehabilitation sessions
Rehabilitation training sessions for inhibited & weak muscle groups. Individual training will ensure proper technique, and functional movement to ensure effective and safe exercise
Education and support programs to prevent re-occurrence, re-injury or function decline
Our goal is not just to heal patients and athletes quickly, but to boost their performance and resilience in the long run as well.
“Being coached at NFR has been a different experience from other personal trainers I’ve used in the past. The combined approach used by NFR and NOTL Chiropractic (called Phases) is unique and specifically tailored to my needs and goals. Their approach to isolating injuries, fixing muscle imbalances and working the foundational aspects of proper body mechanics gives me the results I’m looking for. Jaclyn helped me stay motivated and focused on my goals. I feel I have a highly qualified team helping me to achieve my personal goals. ”
— Mike Clarke