Licensed, Expert Physiotherapists Serving Toronto
Therapia was founded in the City of Toronto. Naturally, we have a fondness for our home. If Toronto is your beloved home too, it’ll please you to know that getting quality physiotherapy treatments at your residence couldn’t be easier.
Whether you live in High Park, Kensington Market, Queens Quay, Yorkville — you name it — we’ve got you covered. An expert physiotherapist in your area will help you overcome your physical discomfort and get you pain-free, all in the comfort of your home.
Receive virtual or in-home physiotherapy treatments 7 days a week. Our schedule is flexible, while the booking process is fast and easy – as it should be.
As one of our satisfied Toronto clients says, “I am satisfied with all aspects of my experience with Therapia – from initial contact with the office to the excellent home physio three days a week.”
Ready to start your in-home physio treatments? Scroll down to meet some of our outstanding physiotherapists living in Toronto.
Specializes in Orthopaedic (muscle, joint, bone)
Specializes in Neurogical, Stroke, Head injury
Specializes in Seniors care, Orthopaedic (muscle, joint, bone)
Specializes in Seniors care, Orthopaedic (muscle, joint, bone)
Testimonials from Toronto Residents
Excellent first-rate physio treatments. Lovely physiotherapists, very professional and courteous. Best part is it’s at your home.
A friend recommended Therapia’s in home physical therapy for my 91 year old father, who was post-surgery after a hip fracture. The quality of his life is greatly improved with his weekly physiotherapy sessions at home. Much gratitude!
For years I struggled with a recurrent shoulder dislocation. Therapia sent over a physiotherapist who showed me specialized exercises to gain stability of the shoulder joint, which I see excellent results from. Thanks!
Activities and Resources in Toronto to Help Speed Up Your Recovery
High Park is one of the best and biggest parks in Toronto for your daily exercise regimen, any time of the year. With its very own TTC subway stop, it’s easily accessible. The West Ravine Nature Trails are a network of charming paths for you to explore. Walk, jog, run, or lunge - whatever cardiovascular exercise meets your needs. A hiking trail by the lakeside makes for a visually appealing experience, while park benches scattered across the park are great for stretching exercises or resting. To dial up the intensity of your physio exercises, use the sports facilities on-site, which include tennis courts, a swimming pool, and an ice rink in the wintertime. High Park is also polished with beautiful gardens for you to meander through and a zoo filled with lovable creatures to delight in.
Don River Valley Park Bike Trails
Do you enjoy leisurely cycling in solitude? Don River Valley Park is the place for you. Surprisingly, it still remains relatively untapped as a cycling path in Toronto. This hidden bike trail sprawls along the Don Valley Parkway. But since it’s tucked away into the valley and falls below street level, it manages to escape the noise of the highway. You can find several access points to this cycling sanctuary, but bear in mind they’re easy to miss. From the Lower Don Trail moving northeast in a crescent shape, they are the Queen Street Bridge at Bayview, Riverdale Park (East and West), Coxwell Ravine Park, E. T. Seton Park, and Taylor Creek Park. If you are recovering from surgery or an injury, a word of advice is to decide on a finish-point so it’s a moderate distance there and back to your starting point.
Physiotherapists usually prescribe a treatment plan that includes ongoing strength-training. What better place to do so than Bang Fitness on Queen Street West? With a 4.9 rating and over a hundred reviews, they clearly know what they’re doing. Whether your objective is to get stronger, leaner, or improve your mobility, they’ll devise a program just for you. More importantly, they’ll coach you every step of the way. The best part? They’ll offer you a free trial session.
Mindful Movement Centre
The foundation of correct alignment is a strong core - just ask any pilates instructor or your physiotherapist! Not only does it feel great to have that kind of stability, but it also prevents injury. Mindful Movement Centre has several fantastic pilates instructors who will help you chisel out a stronger, fitter and healthier version of yourself. Many of the instructors are trained to accommodate those recovering from injuries or with a limited range of motion, while professional athletic coaching is another of their specializations.
Pam McConnell Aquatic Centre
Water’s buoyancy supports tender muscles and joints, allowing you to make gentle movements that are usually not possible to perform on the ground. It’s also an opportunity to practice proprioception exercises without the fear of losing balance. That’s why physiotherapists often prescribe swimming as part of a rehabilitation program for their patients. If swimming is something you wish to include in your own regimen, you’ll love the facilities offered at Pam McConnell Aquatic Centre. They have 3 large indoor pools that are brand new and very well maintained. All 3 pools have ramps as accessible entrances. Moreover, their pools don’t get too overcrowded, which is a big advantage if you are healing from an injury. And now for the biggest perks: the centre is free to the public, and open 7 days a week.
A Personal Letter from one of our Toronto Physiotherapists
I’m Heather Watson, a Registered Physiotherapist and Certified Yoga Instructor. I hold a Master of Science in Physiotherapy and a Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics. In my twelve years as a physiotherapist, I have worked with a diverse range of clients with varying ages, conditions and abilities. Creativity in diversity is my clinical specialty.
I moved to Toronto in 2006 to attend the University of Toronto for my master’s degree. It wasn’t long before I was charmed by the city’s diverse neighbourhoods and eclectic vibe. I have considered it home ever since.
In 2016, I seized an opportunity with Therapia, which transformed my career path entirely. Stepping out of the clinic and into people’s homes changed my idea of how personal and meaningful physiotherapy could be.
I have witnessed many exceptional moments as an in-home physiotherapist. The most significant ones have always been small family moments. Like observing the sense of pride a husband gets when he understands how to help his wife. Or the joy a mother experiences when she can make her baby laugh by including them in her rehab program. Even the relief a daughter or son feels, when they learn how to support their ageing parent, is priceless. In these simple ways, I know I’m making a meaningful difference.
With a client-tailored in-home physiotherapy program, we at Therapia hope to make a meaningful difference in your life, too.
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Frequently Asked Questions in Toronto
Are your services covered by OHIP or WSIB?
No. At this time Therapia does not direct bill any of these payers.
What forms of payment do you accept?
When you book your initial appointment, your credit card information will be entered into our secure platform. This credit card will be billed after each appointment is completed. Therapia does not store your credit card information. We utilize a third-party payment processing company called Stripe to safely process the transaction.
How do I get reimbursed by my insurance company for my physical therapy sessions?
Your credit card will be charged after your session is completed. The following day your receipt will be available in your account. You can download or print your receipt and submit it to your insurer for reimbursement.