Services Offered


Personalized, one to one physiotherapy treatments that can restore, maintain, & correct injuries, so you can get back to doing the things you love! Our physiotherapists will help you ease pain, prevent reoccurence, and even provide you with custom home exercises. Learn more about physiotherapy

Sports Injury Rehabilitation

At Fanti + Associates, Physiotherapists we have been providing Sports Injury Rehabilitative services since we opened our doors, over 25 years ago. We treat a variety of athletes ranging in competitive level from recreational and weekend warriors to elite athletes in a variety of different sport settings. Treatments are tailored to your specific sport and/or activity and the goals that you have set. We work tirelessly to ensure that you are back to the sport(s) and physical activities that you love as quickly as possible. Learn more about sports physiotherapy

Manual Therapy

Manual therapy is a "hands on” approach that includes a series of specialized techniques used to improve the restrictions that contribute to your injury, pain and altered movement patterns. This can have significant effects on the mobility (movement) of muscles, fascia, connective and neural tissues. At Fanti + Associates, our physiotherapists have completed a number of manual therapy courses to learn advanced evidence-based assessment and treatment techniques to better help our patients. This includes improved knowledge of biomechanics, joint stability and localized treatment techniques. Translated to care, this can have significant effects on the mobility of muscles, fascia, connective and neural tissues. Learn more about manual therapy

Therapeutic Exercise

At Fanti + Associates, Physiotherapists our therapists believe therapeutic exercise programming is an integral part of any successful physiotherapy treatment program. This includes prescription of home and/or gym exercises that emphasize appropriate movement patterns, strengthen through all ranges of motion and improve coordination. It is important that our patients move well in their day to day life and in the sports they play and activities they participate in, in order to keep their recovery on track. It also allows our patients to continue the rehabilitation process at home, along with their direct in clinic physiotherapy sessions. Learn more about physiotherapy exercises


Acupuncture is a treatment technique where a thin, flexible needle is inserted into the skin at specific points on the body. It originated from an ancient form of Chinese medicine, relating to the flow of Qi (pronounced “chee”) or energy which flows through specific meridians in the body. A disruption in this energy flow can lead to acute or chronic health conditions. In North America, the popularity and use of acupuncture has increased dramatically in recent years for treating a variety of conditions. Research studies have demonstrated that acupuncture is beneficial in treating many different injuries. Learn more about acupuncture

Dry Needling

Dry needling is a form of therapy in which thin, flexible needles are inserted into myofascial trigger points (muscle knots), tendons, ligaments or near nerves in order to stimulate a healing response. Learn more about dry needling