“When you come to physiotherapy at Rebound your therapist will work with you to create a treatment program that will best fit your needs! Through a combination of hands on treatments and targeted exercises we’ll get you back to all of your activities as quickly and safely as possible“ – Jordana Robinson
Muscle, tendon, or ligament injuries can severely impact your lifestyle, activities and work. Healing of this nature can be a slow process. Thankfully, there are proven techniques and therapies that can speed up the healing process significantly. Physiotherapists are highly trained in these techniques and therapies, and are experts in injury assessment and treatment. Our physiotherapist will work with you to treat your injury within your unique circumstance, ensuring the best possible outcome for you.
What is Physiotherapy?
The short answer: Physiotherapy uses various treatment techniques and flexibility/strengthening exercises to promote healing, with the ultimate goal of getting you back to full function.
The plain English answer: Physiotherapy uses proven techniques to get you back enjoying the activities you love.
The long answer: “A Physiotherapist works with patients to walk and move freely after injury, recover mobility after illness or surgery, manage chronic diseases like arthritis and diabetes, and much more. Your physiotherapist will work with you to put together a treatment plan for your condition or injury, so that you can get back to enjoying life and the activities you love.” – Physiotherapy Association of BC
What can you expect at your first Physiotherapy appointment?
1. Medical History and Assessment: A complete medical history and physical examination will be conducted to determine the starting point for treatment as well as the root cause of the issue at hand.
2. Treatment Plan: Your Physiotherapist will discuss the findings of your history and examination, and develop a personalized, collaborative treatment plan with you, based on your specific needs. This could include hands on Physiotherapy techniques or instrument assisted therapies, along with exercises aimed at promoting healing and further injury prevention. Your Physiotherapist will also ensure you have a thorough understanding of your injury, how certain treatments can facilitate recovery, and what to expect after treatment ends.
3. Treatment: Your Physiotherapist will carry out any agreed upon treatments and walk you through any recommended exercises. If concerns arise, alternative therapies can be discussed. This is a collaboration between you and your physiotherapist, and your lifestyle and limitations are important parts of your healing journey.
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Jordana recently graduated with her Master’s of Physiotherapy from Leeds Beckett University. Growing up she competed as an elite level gymnast until an injury took her out of the sport. After spending the better part of 2 years in physiotherapy rehabbing the injury, she grew an interest for the profession due to the dedicated work of her physiotherapist.
Now almost 10 years later she was able to graduate from physiotherapy school during a pandemic to continue to pursue her 14 year old dreams. Jordana graduated from the University of Alberta in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology. During that time she worked with her Universities varsity Women’s soccer team, and a minor midget AA local hockey team. Since graduating from her undergrad she also spent two seasons with the Langley Rams and worked as a Kinesiologist at two multidisciplinary clinics focusing primarily on ICBC clients.
Jordana is hoping to continue working in sports and helping athletes. She wants to be able to emphasize the importance of listening to and understanding their bodies and when it may be okay to push through an injury during season and when it may be better to take a break. She also wants to help with proper pre-season training to help prevent avoidable injuries. She would love to continue working to help ICBC clients heal after a car accident and the general population with any musculoskeletal injury they may have.
- MPT Master of Science in Physical Therapy
- Bsc. Kinesiology Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology
- BCAK Practicing Member