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Physical Therapy and
Massage Therapy in
Fort McMurray & Vernon

At Clearwater Physio, we don't just treat your injury. We treat you!

Our skilled and dedicated Physical and Massage Therapists will create a professional and fun environment for you to experience in our centrally located clinics!  Our active and patient centered approach to helping you achieve your goals will have you living your best life in no time. Our focus is on guiding you through your rehab process with activity, education, humour and fun.
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Physical Therapy

Our experienced Physical Therapists can help with any pain or impairment that is stopping you from doing what you want to be able to do!


Manual recovery sessions (using various hands-on techniques, exercise therapy, acupuncture and dry needling) combined with exceptional clinical knowledge will have you feeling

better quickly. Our gym and exercise facilities within the clinic space will get you mobile and stronger to connect you back to life!


Massage Therapy

Our experienced Massage Therapists will use a variety of soft tissue mobilization, cupping and exercise techniques to keep you moving and feeling great!


Personalized treatment plans and techniques are implemented with a clear understanding  of your mobility needs and goals for treatment. Our goal is to connect our client's treatments to their overall wellbeing.


Pelvic floor physiotherapy combines education as well as manual treatment to the pelvic floor

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy is used to assist our clients with issues they are experiencing within their pelvic floor.  This can include pelvic pain, issues with bowel and bladder control and painful sex. 

Our Pelvic Floor Physiotherapists guide you through an assessment (external and internal) in a private room to determine your individualized treatment plan. You will leave your sessions feeling empowered and equipped with the tools to handle your issues right away.

L.A , BC

“First arrived had aches and limited ROM. I've learned a lot of exercises to help with my injury. As time has passed, my ROM is so much better, pain and aches are becoming non-existent."

Tell Us About Your Experience!

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