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| Breathing Physiotherapy |

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| Breathe Easier |

Dysfunctional breathing patterns affect different people differently. Some respond with fear and anxiety, while others experience physical symptoms such as back, neck, or shoulder pain. Often, it's a combination of both mental and physical symptoms that occur when a poor breathing pattern is present.


Our physiotherapy team can provide you with evidence-based strategies to help you learn about your individual breathing pattern and manage the symptoms related to your breathing challenges.

If you struggle with any of the following, you would be a candidate for breathing PT:

  • Anxiety

  • Asthma and COPD

  • Chronic Pain

  • Acid Reflux/GERD

  • Chronic Sinus Issues

  • Incontinence (in partnership with Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy)

  • Lower back/core stability issues

  • Workplace performance (especially for those in speaking positions)

  • Chronic Cough


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Breathing Meditation

When Its Hard to Breathe, It's Hard
to Feel Great

It's no secret that respiratory disorders can seriously impede breathing, and unfortunately, cases of breathing challenges continue to rise. Managing these conditions should include more than just medication, and evidence tells us that learning efficient breathing patterns can have a positive effect on managing the symptoms related to these conditions as well as improve people's ability to manage activities of daily living.

With physiotherapy breathing support, you will learn to understand your individual dysfunctional breathing pattern and triggers. Sessions will also teach you how to: breathe efficiently; manage your energy levels; use rescue breathing techniques when feeling anxious; and optimize your core muscle engagement to help you function better overall. The goal is for you to feel more empowered to manage your condition and get back to doing the things you love.

Breathing well is not the only piece of the puzzle when it comes to feeling great, but it's the piece of the puzzle that supports all the other pieces. Our physiotherapists are here to guide and support you in reaching your health and wellness goals when you are living with a chronic disease.

What Does Physiotherapy Treat?

Treatments are developed individually with clients. They are customized and tailored to you. Our physiotherapists help plan and guide your therapy, ensuring safety and best practices, and making sure you’re able to retain and maintain independence with the activities of daily living.

At Rebalance Rehab, our caring, professional, and knowledgeable practitioners can help you improve a range of conditions, such as:

  • Neurological conditions such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, and Parkinson’s

  • Musculoskeletal conditions, such as back pain, injuries, post-surgery recovery, and arthritis

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