The Physiotherapy Reformer Pilates Program at Lost ‘n Found Yoga incorporates the use of a Pilates Reformer and Pilates exercises as part of an exercise program prescribed by a Registered Physiotherapist. Reformer Pilates is an excellent way to treat pain, injuries, stiffness or soreness, and is a path to regaining lost mobility due to these conditions. Reformer Pilates is a unique, low impact modality that is amazing for targeting specific muscle imbalances and weaknesses in a gentle, yet very effective manner. Many patients in our program have seen dramatic changes in their bodies, often after just a few sessions.
Physiotherapy is an essential healthcare service used to reduce pain, rehabilitate injuries, increase mobility, strengthen and stabilize muscles and joints, help manage chronic conditions, and much more. There are many conditions that Physiotherapy can be an effective treatment for.
Patients in our Physiotherapy Reformer Pilates program are assessed by a Physiotherapist and their care is supervised by a Physiotherapist throughout the program. Each patient is prescribed a treatment plan that can include manual hands-on Physiotherapy treatments with the Physiotherapist, therapies including ultrasound, cupping, resistance training, exercise assisted by a Physiotherapy Assistant (PTA) and more. Our PTAs are specifically skilled in working with patients on Reformer Pilates exercise programs. Patients work towards achieving the goals of their prescribed treatment plan while receiving Physiotherapy services.
YES! Most group benefit packages include coverage for Physiotherapy. You should check with your group insurance plan to make sure, but most plans include coverage. We provide you with a receipt for each session that you can submit to many different insurance providers, including Green Shield, RBC, SSQ Financial Group, Blue Cross, CINUP, Chamber of Commerce, Cowan, Dejardains, First Canadian, Canada Life, Industrial Alliance, Johnson Inc, Johnson Group Inc, Manulife Financial, Maximum Benefit, SunLife Financial.
Some plans have 100% coverage with no maximum, while other plans might include a modest per-session patient co-pay or a maximum annual benefit.
If you are unsure if your plan offers Physiotherapy coverage, please review your Employee Benefits Guide, check with your Employee Benefits Administrator with your employer, or contact your insurer.
You do not need a referral to participate in our Physiotherapy program, however, some group benefit plans may require a doctor’s note or referral in order to cover the costs of Physiotherapy. Please check with your insurance company to find out.
The first step is to book an appointment with one of our Physiotherapists for an initial assessment. You can do this online through the “Book an Appointment” button below, or you can contact the studio by phone at 905-682-4469 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
To learn more about how our Physiotherapy Reformer Pilates Program works, please click visit our “How Does the Physiotherapy Reformer Pilates Program Work” page.