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Committed to excellence

We guide you on your path to a healthy recovery

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.

What We Do

Physiotherapy

Individualized, hands-on treatment by a registered physiotherapist!

Trusted Care

Find out what makes A Body In Motion stand above the rest for physiotherapy treatment!

Pelvic Health

Pelvic floor dysfunctions are not often talked about, but are very common!

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Despite being common...they are not normal! Find out how we can help!

Pediatric Pelvic Health

Pelvic floor dysfunctions are common in children as well!

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Many children struggle with daytime and night time leakage!

Massage Therapy

Massage therapy can benefit a huge range of conditions!

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Meet with one of our Registered Massage Therapists

Two Convenient Locations

Our Waterloo Location

A Body In Motion Rehabilitation
430 The Boardwalk
The Medical Centre, Suite 303
Waterloo, Ontario N2T 0C1

Monday: 6am-7pm
Tuesday: 6am-7pm
Wednesday: 6am-7pm
Thursday: 6am-7pm
Friday: 6am-4pm
Saturday: Massage Appointments Available
Sunday:  Closed

Our Kitchener Location

A Body In Motion Rehabilitation
70 Victoria Street
(Victoria & Duke St)
Kitchener, Ontario N2H 5C2

Monday: 6am-7pm
Tuesday: 6am-7pm
Wednesday: 6am-7pm
Thursday: 6am-7pm
Friday: 6am-4pm
Saturday: Massage Appointments Available
Sunday:  Closed

What's Happening

Physio

So Grateful!

Happy Wednesday everyone! There truly is nothing better than asking a patient how they heard about A Body In Motion and the response being that a “family member, friend, doctor, health care provider or co-worker said you were the best”! We want to thank each and every one of you for putting your name behind

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Inspiration

A Trip to the Podium!!

Happy Monday everyone! Huge congratulations to Emma on her 3rd place finish in the RX Women’s Division at the UG Series in Collingwood this weekend! Way to go Em! Your ABIM family is so proud of you!! @emma.lawson @mammothtrainingmethods #girlpower #uggames

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A Match Made in Fitness!

Happy Thursday everyone! We would love to introduce you to Emma! Emma and her family have long been a part of our ABIM family and we have watched her evolve through sport for many years! You may have even seen her spending time at our clinics volunteering as a “physio in the making”! Emma’s passion,

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Physio

Heat vs Ice…Which Temperature is Right For You?

Ever wonder why your Physio recommends ice or heat for an injury? Or are you confused when treating yourself at home which one you should be using? This post is designed to provide you with the education to decide which temperature is right for you. Let’s get a few things sorted about inflammation; inflammation is

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Inspiration

So Proud to Be Canadian!!

Wishing everyone a fabulous Canada Day! We hope you enjoy your day safely and doing what it is you love the most! ABIM will be closed today but we will see you bright and early Tuesday morning at 6am!

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Physio

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome…Physiotherapy Can Help!

The carpal tunnel is a narrow passageway in the wrists which allows nerves and blood vessels to pass from the arm to the palm of the hand. Carpal tunnel syndrome results when the space in the tunnel is reduced and there is pressure placed on the median nerve. This may result in numbness, tingling and

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