Aditi Agrawal (Resident Physiotherapist)
Aditi Agrawal graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree and is currently a resident physiotherapist in good standing with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario. She is a dedicated, passionate and caring person and displays these characteristics towards her work with her patients. Her goal is to assist patients with regaining their functional ability, decreasing pain, and improving overall quality of life. She believes that physiotherapy is not just symptom alleviation; it aims to elevate individuals’ quality of life by improving mobility, reducing pain, restoring function, and fostering independence. Moreover, through collaborating with other healthcare professionals, she believes she can ensure comprehensive and holistic care for patients. Aditi enjoys assisting patients with various ailments including carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow, ankle strain/sprain, knee strain/sprains, neck pain / headaches along with shoulder injuries. On her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends.
What is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy, also referred to as physical therapy, stands as a vital healthcare profession focused on aiding individuals in recovering from injuries, managing chronic conditions, and enhancing overall physical well-being. This specialized field involves assessments, diagnoses, and treatments utilizing physical techniques like targeted exercises, manual therapy, and tailored interventions.
Physiotherapy providers work across diverse age groups, providing personalized treatment plans to address injuries, illnesses, or disabilities. These plans encompass rehabilitation post-surgery, injury recovery, chronic condition management, posture and movement improvement, and optimizing physical performance.