The clinical and administrative staff of Global Physiotherapy Sherwood Park Inc. are so happy to be back at work. Cindy Coneen started the gradual opening on Wednesday, May 6, 2020 with the support of Sue, the clinic office manager. Charlotte Dowhaniuk, Leasa Stanley and Jeri Williams started seeing clients in person the week of May 11th. Arlene and Paula returned that week in their reception roles as well.
We are all getting used to wearing a medical mask and the clinic is exceptionally clean. We had very detailed cleaning procedures prior to the impact of Covid-19 on the community and the reception staff are sanitizing every treatment room after use. We have not changed our scheduling of patients as our regular practice with seven private rooms has always allowed for adequate physical distancing and privacy.
We really appreciate the support of our returning and new clients. Our schedules are filling up and we will be expanding our availability as that continues. Cindy will be adding Fridays and Leasa will be available Monday afternoon and evening as needed. Jeri will also add Wednesday evenings as needed.
What to expect when you arrive at the clinic
Vestibule Client Procedure
Treatment room Client Procedure
Use hand sanitizer before using any exercise equipment
End of treatment Client Procedure
Global Physiotherapy Sherwood Park Inc provides quality physiotherapy, rehabilitation, acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) treatment for women's health issues in the Sherwood Park and the surrounding Edmonton Areas. Our range of treatments also includes sports therapy, injury rehab, vehicle accident injury, sports physiotherapy and we focus on women's health.
Global Physiotherapy Sherwood Park Inc. also provides a women’s health assessment to determine what is the cause of urinary incontinence; they will help you resolve your women’s health issue and “Keep Active for Life”. Global Physiotherapy Sherwood Park offers treatments that help alleviate back pain, headaches, neck pain and chronic pain. Their main objective is to identify the local injured structures and guide you on a rehabilitation program to prevent the injury from coming back.