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Our Clinic

The Killens Reid Physiotherapy Clinic was founded by Louise Killens and Suzanne Reid in Ottawa in 1992. The practice has grown and evolved wonderfully over the years, both in physical size, staff and professional skills.

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Our Team

Suzanne and Louise, as well as their team, share a strong commitment to the profession and a core belief that hands-on intervention, ongoing education and active patient involvement are at the root of a successful therapeutic outcome.

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Our Philosophy

We believe in providing high-quality, one-on-one physiotherapy assessments and treatments with specific focus on manual techniques, client education and promotion of a healthy lifestyle.

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Client Education

We provide educational coaching to and strongly encourage our clients to assume responsibility for their health and to participate actively in their recovery.

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What Our Team Offers You!
  • The Orthopaedic Assessment process is one-hour long at the Killens Reid Physiotherapy Clinic. The hour assessment includes a thorough physical examination by the physiotherapist. A history of the present injury in question will be reviewed, as well as other pertinent past medical history.

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  • Functional Dry Needling, or FDN, is a treatment technique that uses small, sterile filament needles to release muscular trigger points, tightness and spasm. It is called “dry needling” because it is an injection via a needle without any substance. It is the needle which is the tool of treatment.

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  • Acupuncture is a branch of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Very fine needles are inserted into particular points on the body called acupuncture points. Acupuncture has been shown scientifically to have analgesic, anti-inflammatory and regenerative effects with very few side effects.

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  • Dance medicine addresses the specific needs of the injured dancer. The practitioner has an understanding of the occupational and psychological stressors of the dance environment and knowledge of proper technique in order to effectively diagnose and treat these unique injuries.

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  • “The practice of massage therapy is the assessment of the soft tissue and joints of the body and the treatment and prevention of physical dysfunction and pain of the soft tissues and joints by manipulation. It is to develop, maintain, rehabilitate or augment physical function, or relieve pain." - College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO)

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  • Osteopathy was founded in 1874 by Dr. Andrew Taylor Still.
    The scientific foundation of osteopathy was anatomy and its philosophy was based on the understanding of the integration between body, mind and spirit, the interrelatedness of structure and function, and the ability of the body to heal itself when mechanically sound.

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  • What is osteoporosis?
    “A skeletal disorder characterized by compromised bone strength predisposing a person to an increased risk of fracture. Bone strength reflects the integration of two main features: bone density and bone quality.”

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  • The Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association's overall approach considers not only the identification of the pain-generating tissue but also the contributing mechanical strain. We can then incorporate patient education, exercise routines specific to the particular case and appropriate manual techniques to improve movement and function.

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  • Urinary incontinence is the complaint of involuntary leakage of urine. Stress urinary incontinence, the most common type, refers to leakage of urine when coughing, sneezing, laughing, or exercising. Urge incontinence refers to a strong desire to urinate and the inability to delay voiding long enough to get to a toilet. Mixed incontinence refers to a combination of both stress and urge incontinence

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  • Evaluation of sports injuries includes a thorough biomechanical assessment - range of motion, strength, flexibility and muscle imbalances are examined so that proper counseling can be provided. Treatment may include manual therapy techniques to restore normal active and/or passive range of motion; complemented by a specific exercise program to address the underlying pathology.

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  • Let us help you on the path to injury free running with various forms of manual therapy, exercise, and a video running analysis. A biomechanical running analysis can help identify faults in your running form, allowing us to correct your form, rehabilitate a running injury, and most importantly, help prevent it from reoccurring.

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  • Physiotherapy or balance rehabilitation for dizziness and imbalance. Individuals appropriate for Vestibular Rehabilitation may report any or all of the following symptoms:
    - Dizziness
    - Unsteadiness
    - Vertigo
    - Balance Problems
    - Motion sensitivity
    - Problems with gaze stability

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