Find a Sport Medicine Doctor and Physical Therapist to Help You Overcome an Injury or Pain
At SEMI we take our commitment to helping people recuperate from injuries very seriously. As one of Toronto's most trusted physiotherapy clinics, SEMI's medical doctors, physiotherapists, physical therapists, podiatrists, chiropractors, acupuncturists, physical trainers and other sports medicine professionals are well versed in techniques to help you recover, so you can get back to feeling your best and being active and healthy!
Are you experiencing any of these issues?
- Neck Pain
- Shoulder Pain
- Elbow / Forearm Pain
- Wrist / Hand Pain
- Thoracic / Chest Pain
- Low Back Pain
- Hip / Groin Pain
- Leg / Calf Pain
- Knee Pain
- Ankle / Foot Pain
Perhaps you suffered a sport injury, or a debilitating car accident? Maybe these issues sprung up out of nowhere. Whatever the cause, SEMI can help!
Our team will get to the root of your injury and develop a physical therapy routine to help you get back on track and feeling like yourself! Our team of doctors and physical therapists are experts in the sports medicine field and provide precise diagnosis and state-of-the-art medical and physiotherapy treatments.
Looking For More Than Physiotherapy?
SEMI isn't just a physiotherapy clinic! We also provide other related services such as physical training, health and nutrition advice.
Our other services include:
- e load TM and EMEND TM brands of endurance nutritional supplements
- High quality joint care supplements, such as glucosamine
- Pilates Sessions using the V2 Max Plus Rehab Reformer
- Personal Training Sessions
If you've suffered an injury or are in pain and need a physical therapist to help you take control of your body, contact SEMI today. We'll put you in touch with leading sports medicine and physiotherapy experts in our Toronto clinics.
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We can help with your sports medicine or physiotherapy needs.
Tip of the Month
Did you know that The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and American Heart Association (AHA) recommends that adults between the age of 18-65 should accumulate at least 30 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity 5 days a week or 20 minutes of vigorous-intensity aerobic exercise 3-days a week. In addition, strength training should be included twice a week with a minimum of 8-10 exercises at 8-12 repetitions.
Have you been hitting your fitness goals this month?