Can't Come to a SEMI Clinic? Let Our Physiotherapists or MassageTherapists Come to You!
SEMI staff, including physiotherapists and massage therapists can meet you at home or office. We want to ensure you get the treatment you need, in a way that is convenient and accessible for you. Our mobile services include:
All equipment will be brought to you, including a treatment table, modality machines (if needed), and items required for various exercises plus, all of the physiotherapy expertise we have come to be known for! All mobile physiotherapy appointments are 45 minutes in length.
Is your time too tight to go out for a massage? We'll come to you-for injury prevention or treatment, and pre-race/pre-event massage too. SEMI massage therapists are second to none! 60 and 90 minute appointments are offered.
Other things to know:
- Parking charges that are incurred for any appointments will be added to your bill. At the time of booking, best options for parking will be discussed in order to minimize these charges.
- Extras: Based on the services you require, you may benefit from purchasing various extras like exercise tubing, lab testing and braces. Recommendations will be discussed with you at the time of your appointments.
How Are You Billed?
We retain a credit card number on your file, and once we receive confirmation from the treatment practitioner that your service is complete, you will be billed. Your service receipt can be emailed, faxed, or mailed to you.
Are These Services Covered By Extended Healthcare Plans?
Yes, they should be, subject to the specific terms and conditions of your plan. Check your plan for confirmation.
We accept as well as cheques.
Book a mobile appointment with a physiotherapist or massage therapist!
Contact us now to set up an appointment, or call one of our sports medicine clinics.
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Tip of the Month
The time old saying "No pain no gain" may not be the best philosophy. If you have pain, your body is likely telling you it needs to do something differently. Perhaps the more appropriate saying should be "No gains with pain". Get that pain checked out!