Feel good again. At Boost Physiotherapy, we'll get you feeling better. Our physiotherapists are highly educated experts in physical function and mobility. They have advanced knowledge of how the human body works and what stops it moving. Our therapists use specialized hands-on treatment to restore, maintain and maximize optimal function and quality of life. Our goal is to empower you to take back control of your body and life by restoring and maintaining maximum physical function. We will always advocate for your health and wellness

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Sheri Rink, Dip. PT, Acup, RYT

Physiotherapist - Stony Plain

Amal Issa, BScPT

Physiotherapist - Stony Plain

Laura Schneider, MScPT

Physiotherapist - Edmonton

Katie Richardson, MScPT

Physiotherapist - Stony Plain

Kelsey Brooks, MScPT

Physiotherapist - Edmonton/Stony

Kam Mehdi, BScPT

Physiotherapist - Stony Plain

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Hurt At Work?

If you have experienced an accident or injury at work, we can help! We are an authorized physiotherapy provider with WCB. πŸ’₯Pro tipπŸ’₯ You do not need a doctors referral to come in for physiotherapy related to your workplace injury, we can be your first contact! We will work with you through your recovery to make the whole process at smooth as possible. Your first visit will be an assessment with one of our amazing therapists to understand your unique […]

Sciatic Nerve Pain

Sciatic symptoms can include lower back, hip, and leg pain. Numbness, tingling, or weakness in the buttock, leg, and foot. The sciatic nerve originates from your lower back, so even though you are having pain down the back of your leg, the issue could be coming from your back. Our physiotherapists in Edmonton and Stony Plain regularly treat sciatic nerve pain with excellent results. We will do a full assessment to determine the cause of your pain, as well as […]

Tennis Elbow – What Can Be Done?

Having pain around the outside of your elbow? It’s possible that you might have tennis elbow. What’s that? You don’t play tennis? It’s very common for this to occur even in people who don’t play tennis, or any other sport for that matter. It can be caused by any repetitive movement requiring extension of your wrist. The proper term for this condition is lateral epicondylitis. So what is tennis elbow anyways? Tennis elbow is the inflammation of the tendons on […]

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