Ayr Physiotherapy Clinic

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Organization Details
Alternate Name CV19
Areas Served Brant County ; Oxford County ; Waterloo Region ; Wellington County
Description & Services
Description (Service) Physiotherapy clinic for treatment of neck, shoulder, wrist, back, knee, ankle & foot pain due to injury or arthritis. Lymphedema assessment and treatment including ADP application also available.
Hours Mon-Fri 5:45 am-6:30 pm
Eligibility No restrictions
Application Call for appointment
Languages English
Fees Service
Service Categories Physical Therapy
Contact Information
Office Phone 519-632-8822
Fax 519-632-9489
E-Mail ayrphysio@bellnet.ca
Website ayrphysiotherapy.com/
Address and Location Information
Public Comments Call to arrange a Telerehab/Virtual Physiotherapy Assessment or a Telerehab/Physiotherapy Treatment. The registered Physiotherapist assesses and treats your medical conditions without you having to come into the Ayr Physiotherapy Clinic. We send you an email with a link that you can click on, then we are able to see you and you see the Physiotherapist either on your computer or cell phone. Our goal is to improve you physically, to reduce your pain and to improve the quality of your movement. This has a role in improving your quality of life. The Telerehab/Virtual treatment provides you with continued treatment and has an important role in improving and strengthening you physically. Call today to arrange your Telerehab time. Our Physiotherapists work virtually one on one with you to optimize your health, movement and physical well being. 
 
We do remain open to provide assessment/treatment for those clients who require emergency care/who have high severity of pain.  
 
Emergency care includes assessment and therapeutic intervention or services for conditions or situations where not receiving physiotherapy services (whether in-person or virtually) would put the patient’s safety at risk, or there is potential for significant harm, adverse patient outcomes or suffering. 
 
Significant harm, adverse outcomes or suffering means the patient may be at risk of hospital admission or re-admission, long-term incapacity or harm, or it would worsen a chronic condition that may not allow the patient to recover.  
 
Specifically, situations which could be considered an emergency under this definition include: 
 
A patient who is currently experiencing incapacitating neuromusculoskeletal dysfunction or pain. 
Any scenario where the inability to initiate care or the withdrawal of care would lead to the significant deterioration of a patient’s condition and the patient is at risk for imminent hospital admission or re-admission. 
Post-operative care immediately following surgery when necessary for cardiorespiratory and essential functional mobilization as an in-patient to prevent the delay of a patient being discharged home to the community. 
Follow-up immediately post-discharge from hospital to the community to ensure safe return to home and prevent re-admission to the hospital. 
A patient who has suffered from severe musculoskeletal dysfunction, pain or burns. 
The patient is an individual such as a health care provider in an essential service in an acute care setting or other setting deemed to be essential, whose injury or condition requires the input of a physiotherapist to return to work safely as soon as possible.
Located In Community Ayr
Address & Map
47 Northumberland St
Ayr, ON N0B 1E0
 
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Intersection Northumberland St. and Gibson St.
Physical Access Fully Accessible