Your path to recovery begins at Argyle Physiotherapy.
Whether it is returning to sport, returning to work, or being able to fish with your grandkids, we will help you return to the activities that are most important to you.
Nicole graduated in 2019 from McMaster University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology. She subsequently completed her Master’s of Science in Physiotherapy at McMaster University in 2021. She is now furthering her education with certifications in pelvic health to help individuals manage conditions such as urinary incontinence and pelvic-girdle pain. Nicole was born and raised in Haldimand County and is excited to start working with members of her community. In her spare time, she enjoys baking, photography, and taking hikes on scenic trails!
Whether you have been injured working around your house, in a car accident, at work or simply want to improve your overall well-being we cater to all your needs. Our service focus is on you: that means we design our treatment plans around your unique needs and goals, adhere to best practices and consistently deliver the highest standards of quality care to attain best possible outcomes. We want to help you regain the strength, function and movement so you can enjoy an overall better quality of life.
Let us help you along your path to recovery and better health!
At Argyle Physio & Fitness, we put our clients first. All of our therapists are Registered Massage Therapists (RMTs), and are subject to the training and competency requirements of the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. Our RMTs do what they love most: helping you work through any pain, injury, stress or other condition to help you relax, release tension, and achieve your rehab and wellness goals. Our therapists always go above and beyond to give you a tailor-made treatment to best suit your needs.
You deserve the gift of relaxation, relief, and improved well-being!
Suffering from aches, pains or strains? We get to the root of your problem and provide individualized treatment to relieve pain and restore normal function. This could take the form of soft tissue therapy, mobilizations, manipulations, or exercises
Transitioning to a healthier life is only a few steps away!
Prescribing exercise and activities to improve your functional abilities before surgery. The goal is to decrease your hospital length of stay, speed up your recovery and return to “normal” activities, and reduce surgical complications.
Recovering from surgery? Everyone can benefit from physio and a rehab program. Our therapists work collaboratively with your surgeon to decrease your pain, improve your mobility, restore your function and quality of life.
Can’t make it into the clinic? Our Practitioners offer their services virtually. We will send you a link for your scheduled appointment. You can log on with your own personal device and be seen by one of our practitioners.
Acupuncture is an evidence based therapeutic treatment that uses sterile, thin needles to attract blood flow to an injury site. Acupuncture decreases inflammation, promotes healing and improves nerve health.
Customized medical devices that are designed to align your foot and ankle in the optimal position. Orthotics work much like glasses do on your eyes – they reduce stress and strain on your body, decrease pain and improve tolerance to activities.
A brace specifically designed to suit your unique needs – a better fit, more comfort. Adding external support to your injury can decrease your pain during daily tasks and recreational activities. With a good assessment a brace can be highly effective.
Concussions and their longterm effects are one of the biggest challenges individuals face. Recovering from a concussion can be a difficult and frustrating time. Everyone is impacted differently and as such, requires an individualized care plan.
Our therapists have completed extra training and understand dizziness. Treatment depends on your assessment findings, but often involves hands-on techniques, head manoeuvres, an exercise program, or a combo of those strategies.
Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD) is commonly known as jaw pain. Trained therapists can help your pain and clicking by teaching you relaxation, stretching and strengthening exercises for the face, head, neck and postural muscles.
We offer a complimentary consultation where you can discuss your issue with a physiotherapist. Our office administrator will also help answer any of your questions about our services.
If you’re interested in seeing our team at Argyle Physiotherapy please reach out. We are happily accepting new patients and look forward to guiding you on your path to recovery.
370 Argyle Street South