RISE Sports Physiotherapy Clinic

At the RISE Centre we know it is of the utmost importance for athletes to begin managing their injuries within the first 24-48 hours so they can get back to doing what they want… playing the game! RISE Physiotherapy and Sport has the knowledge and equipment to begin managing injuries during this short but important window in the body’s natural healing processes. Athletes require a very specific rehabilitation program, that puts special focus and attention to detail. This can be provided through RISE Physiotherapy professionals who are experienced with managing all of the additional needs that athletes require even on the road. Physiotherapy at TRC goes beyond just treatment, we aim to educate all our student athletes about injury prevention and management to best prepare them for their future.

Injuries treated frequently include: Plantar fasciitis, Pre and post-operative surgery, Shoulder/elbow/wrist pain, Rotator cuff and/or labral tears and many more. Treatments provided include, Manual therapy (hands on treatment), usage of medical equipment like Knee Crutches and others, Ultrasound therapy with the best equipment, Ice and heat therapy (full body ice tubs on site), therapeutic taping and much more.

In addition to physiotherapy TRC student athletes will have mandatory Yoga sessions twice a week to aid in proper breathing and stretching techniques. The yoga session will range from core exercises right through to mindfulness and breathing techniques to help de-stress.

Sport rehabilitation should address both problems to give the athlete the best chance of recovery and avoidance of re-injury in the future. This type of rehabilitation also “unlocks” the body for improved performance!


Injuries treated frequently include:

  • Sporting injuries
  • Low back pain
  • Sciatica
  • Neck pain
  • Shoulder/elbow/wrist pain
  • Rotator cuff and/or labral tears
  • Tennis/golfers elbow
  • Carpal tunnel
  • Hip/knee pain
  • Arthritis
  • Knee ligament/meniscal tears
  • Ankle/foot pain
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • TMJ pain
  • Pre and post-operative surgery (knee, hip, shoulder, etc)
  • And many more

Treatments may include:

  • Manual therapy (hands on treatment)
  • Video analysis of functional and/or sport related movement
  • Soft tissue release
  • Trigger point release
  • Therapeutic exercise
  • Return to sport/exercise protocols
  • Acupuncture
  • Ultrasound therapy with the best equipment from Butterfly Network
  • Electrotherapy
  • Ice and heat therapy (full body ice tubs on site)
  • Therapeutic taping
  • And many more

Sport Therapy

One of the keys to rehabilitating sport specific injuries is looking up or down the chain of muscles and joints to determine if there may be a “root cause” to the injury. For instance, many sport related knee injuries can often be caused by muscular imbalance or dysfunction at the hip level. Sport rehabilitation should address both problems to give the athlete the best chance of recovery and avoidance of re-injury in the future! This type of rehabilitation also “unlocks” the body for improved performance!

Sport specific treatment options:

  • Full body screen
  • Video analysis of sport specific movement
  • Manual therapy
  • Myofascial release therapy
  • Ultrasound and/or acupuncture
  • Sport specific rehabilitative exercise
  • Return to sport protocol
  • Therapeutic taping
  • And more
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