Physiotherapy in Edmonton – Milestone Physio & Wellness Clinic

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North Edmonton Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy in North Edmonton

Located in the vibrant heart of North Edmonton, Milestone Physio & Wellness offers premier physiotherapy services tailored to meet the unique needs of our community. Our facility is just 15 mins drive away from any end of South Edmonton

At Milestone Physio & Wellness, we are dedicated to providing each patient with an exceptional level of care and attention. Our modern clinic is equipped with the latest in physiotherapy technology and staffed by a team of highly skilled and experienced physiotherapists committed to helping you achieve your health and wellness goals.


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Physiotherapy services close to home…

We provide physiotherapy services throughout Edmonton, including popular areas like South Edmonton, Edmonton West, Windermere, Edmonton Downtown, North Edmonton, Millwoods, Terwillegar, Sherwood Park and even Beaumont.

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If you are looking to benefit from physiotherapy, contact Milestone Physio & Wellness Clinic in North Edmonton to schedule an appointment with our certified and licensed physiotherapists. They will help you achieve optimal well-being.


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(587) 875-0640


6007 Mill Woods Rd S Edmonton, AB T6L 5X9

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Yes, seniors may need to pay for physiotherapy services in Alberta unless they have additional insurance coverage that includes physiotherapy, or if they qualify for specific government-funded programs that cover such services.

The cost of physiotherapy in North Edmonton varies depending on the clinic and the type of services required. Generally, an initial assessment can cost anywhere from $90 to $120, and subsequent treatment sessions can range from $60 to $100.

The frequency of physiotherapy sessions depends on the individual's specific condition and the severity of their symptoms. Typically, a physiotherapist might recommend 1 to 3 sessions per week at the beginning of a treatment plan, which may decrease as the patient progresses.

Alberta Health Care does not generally cover physiotherapy for all patients. Coverage is usually available for specific populations, such as those hospitalized or recently undergone surgery, seniors, and those on low income. Many people use private insurance to cover the costs.

You do not typically need a doctor’s referral to see a physiotherapist in Alberta; however, some insurance providers might require a referral to cover the treatment costs.

The 80/20 rule in physiotherapy suggests that 80% of a patient's recovery happens through active involvement, such as exercises and lifestyle changes, while 20% involves passive treatments provided by the physiotherapist, like manual therapy and modalities.