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Physiotherapy in South Mississauga

Physiotherapy is a drug-free, holistic treatment focused on rehabilitation and health promotion. A physiotherapist helps people of all ages recover from surgery, illness, chronic disease, injuries, or age-related conditions. The first step is an assessment including your health history, evaluation of movement and associated pain. Assessment of reflexes, range of motion, strength and cardio-respiratory status are also part of this initial process.

Next, the physiotherapist will work in partnership with you to develop an individualized treatment program and health goals. Using manual therapy, ultrasound and prescribed exercises, the physiotherapist will work to restore physical function for maximum independence.

Emphasis is also placed on education to prevent future injuries.

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Premjith Meghnath, B.Sc., P.T.

Premjith Meghnath, B.Sc., P.T.

Prem is a physiotherapist with over 42 years experience with a variety of population groups. He is a certified neurodevelopment therapist and experienced in treating patients with conditions such as a stroke, cerebral palsy, torticollis and developmental delay. He has excellent manual therapy skills, having done several post graduate courses in the assessment and treatment of patients with musculoskeletal conditions, including the Mackenzie method of evaluation and treatment. He also hold certificates in Craniosacral Therapy, Muscle energy Techniques and Yoga for Pain Management.

A typical physiotherapy session for a musculoskeletal condition will comprise:

  1. An assessment to determine the cause of the pain or loss of function.
  2. Soft tissue work to to improve tissue mobility and correct muscle length.
  3. Passive mobilization of joints to increase range of motion.
  4. Modalities to relieve pain and to facilitate tissue healing.
  5. Stretching, strengthening and stabilization exercises.
  6. Patient education on pain management, home exercises and return to activity.

He looks forward to seeing patients who have a chronic illness or condition, recovering from work, sport or motor vehicle injury or are pre or post surgery.

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Hannah Yeung, PT Assistant

Hannah Yeung, PT Assistant

Hannah is a trained Physiotherapy Assistant at Lorne Park Integrated Health. Once an individualized treatment plan is created, Hannah follows through with patients – working through exercises and mobilization techniques with an emphasis on strength, range of motion and function. During treatment, Hannah ensures correct alignment, provides strengthening exercises and recommendations for daily activities to promote rehabilitation. During treatment, Hannah will be using different equipment (ultrasound, laser, free weights and Thera-Bands), techniques and exercises to help restore optimal function. Finally, Hannah provides patient teaching about health promotion and injury prevention.

Techniques Used

Dry Needling:

Dry needling incorporates the act of inserting a thin needle into the body which helps stimulate healing of soft tissues, such as fascia, muscle, tendons, and ligaments, resulting in pain relief and restoration of the body.

  • Reduces local or radiating pain from “knots” or “trigger points”
  • Releases the tension in the muscle
  • Improves range of motion and speeds up active rehabilitation
  • Normalizes nerve dysfunction

Please check our fees and office hours pages for more information or call our Mississauga chiropractic office.


Physiotherapy in South Mississauga | (905) 891-2288