Turn a Set Back into
a Come Back
Committed to excellence
We have been providing exceptional physiotherapy care in Kitchener and Waterloo since October 2001. We pride ourselves with the successes that we have shared with our clientele to date. Our focus is individualized, hands-on treatment by a registered physiotherapist, each and every time you visit our clinic. We provide caring, skillful treatment to clients of all ages and we treat a wide variety of movement impairment conditions, as well as, focusing on injury prevention and client education.
Our promise to you is to assist you down the road to a healthy recovery and provide the guidance that is needed to keep you there!
We have also developed many trusting, professional relationships with other health care providers, allowing for confident referrals if needed.
Two Convenient Locations
Our Waterloo Location
A Body In Motion Rehabilitation
430 The Boardwalk
The Medical Centre, Suite 303
Waterloo, Ontario N2T 0C1
Saturday: Massage Appointments Available
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