Rehab Services

Feeling Healthy and Well is a Priority to Us

The Rebound Team works together in more ways than one. We share our skills with our patients, as well as with our colleagues' patients, to get you the best care you need. They don't call us multidisciplinary for no reason!

Please note:

The Sport Medicine Centre at the University of Lethbridge houses three separate offices - each office has separate contact information.

Please make sure your referral is faxed to the right office and number. (All of the below listed services are hosted in the Rebound Health Centre office)

Please note our service pricing for Physiotherapy and Massage Therapy will be changing effective March 15, 2022.

Physiotherapy pricing will be as follows:

Massage Therapy will be as follows:

Thank you for your continued support!

COVID-19 Update: Physiotherapy Telerehab Services

What is Telerehab?

You will be in the safety and comfort of your own home talking with your Physiotherapist over video conferencing!

The video feature makes it easy for the physiotherapist to assess your motion and function, as well as guide you through activity advice, your individualized home exercise program, and self-management strategies.

New patients who have called to book their appointment already can complete our consent forms before their appointment here.

We use a secure video conferencing software to call so that you can safely share confidential information with your physiotherapist.

After your appointment is over, we will make sure to contact you and confirm your extended health care benefits are covering your visits.

How Do I Prepare for my Telerehab Appointment?

Check that you have saved the link for your virtual appointment that was emailed to you. Click this a few minutes before your appointment and wait until your physiotherapist shows up on the other end.

Set yourself up in a space where you can move and demonstrate exercises with your physiotherapist, usually next to a bed or couch in case you need to sit or lay down.

Place your device somewhere where the angle or height can easily be changed.

Dress as you normally would to a physiotherapy appointment, something you can move around in, and that the affected area can easily be seen from.

Does My Benefits Plan Cover Telerehab Physiotherapy?

Currently, plans are covering telerehab services with no issue. If you are unsure about your specific policy, you can call your insurance provider directly for clarification.

This includes most motor vehicle accident(MVA) and Workers Compensation Board(WCB) claims. 

Watch this video on telerehab by Physiotherapist Jacalyn Moore

Thank you for your continued support for our small local business, and for cooperating with us during these ongoing changes. 

Questions? Call 403-329-2114 or email 

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Our Physiotherapists perform a comprehensive orthopedic assessment to determine not only where the dysfunction is, but ​why​ it is there. They treat all areas of the body including: the spine, head and neck, and extremities.

A Physiotherapist utilizes hands-on techniques to restore mobility - working on both joints as well as soft tissues such as muscles, ligaments, tendons, and fascia. Those techniques are then complimented with exercises to maintain that new mobility and correct the issues that lead to the deficit in the first place.

Physiotherapy Intake Form

SET Program - Beyond Physiotherapy

Make Your Goals Happen

This is an exercise program built specifically with you in mind!

Emily is well-versed with helping you during your physiotherapy journey, which makes it seamless for her to pick up where you left off and progress you above and beyond your pre-injury levels. 

Emily is excited to offer programming for those seeking 



-Get individualized programming, with the expertise and support of someone passionate beyond measure

-Get inspired for active living no matter your age or ability

-Prevent injury

-Prolong the life of your bone, muscle and joint health

The SET Program is Run By:

Emily Van Dyke


For your convenience, the SET Program offers several package options which work to save you money and time. 

When you purchase a session package, the hourly rate drops from $60 per session to $55. 

We also offer customizable financing options to save you time and make payment easy. 

You can choose your weekly frequency to 1, 2, or 3 sessions a week. Packages can be built for a length of 1 month, 3 months, 6 months, or 1 year.  

Pelvic Health Physiotherapy

What is pelvic health, and what role do physiotherapists play?

Pelvic health refers to the wellbeing and optimal functioning of the pelvic area and its contents, in both males and females. The pelvic region is home to many important joints (sacroiliac joints, symphysis pubis and the sacral-coccyx joint), as well as deep muscles, ligaments and nerves. The pelvic floor main functions are to support the contents of the abdominal cavity, maintain continence of urine and feces, proper voiding and defecation, sexual functioning and child birth. It also contributes to the proper load transference around the core area, which is important for physical activity and sports performance. It is an area that tends to get worse over time, so identifying and early intervention usually manifests with better overall results.

Because of the location of the pelvic floor, a thorough assessment is only accessible via an internal examination through the anus and the vagina wall. Pelvic floor physiotherapy (PFPT) is performed by physiotherapists with specialized postgraduate education. The internal examination will help to determine if there is any weakening of the ligaments that hold up the pelvic viscera, nerve injuries, muscle tightness or weakness, which all can cause pelvic floor dysfunction. Physiotherapy treatment consists of education, behavioural modification, and exercise prescription to help get the most optimal function back into the pelvic floor.

Who needs pelvic health physiotherapy?

There is a misconception that pelvic health is only for females. While females do tend to have a higher incidence than males of having pelvic floor dysfunction, it can affect both sexes.

Jumping athletes, women thinking about becoming pregnant, women who are pregnant, women who are postpartum, and anyone with pelvic floor dysfunction signs and symptoms are a candidate for pelvic floor assessment and physiotherapy. Some common signs and symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction consists of: pelvic pain, bowel/bladder incontinence, painful sex (vaginissmus), frequent night time urination (nocturia), prolapse/feeling of heaviness in the pelvis, and a history of hip or groin pain that is not fully resolving.

What to expect at the initial assessment with Jacalyn

Jacalyn Moore is a Pelvic Health Physiotherapist. She will complete a thorough history of the pelvic floor, an external and internal examination of the perineum and the pelvic cavity through the vagina and the anus. It is a sensitive area, so your comfort is our first priority. You will be in a private room and will only be assessed by the pelvic floor physiotherapist. Treatment techniques will always be offered after the assessment is completed so that client’s will always go home with a sense of hope.

What makes us different from other pelvic health physiotherapists?

Our physiotherapists have extensive background in chronic pain management, orthopedic assessments and treatments, and sports physiotherapy. We utilize the regional interdependence model which looks at the whole body and not just the painful area. Many issues in the body are related to each other, and the issue does not start or stop at the pelvic floor!

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Evolve Hand Clinic

Lena is a Physiotherapist who has pursued post graduate training in hand therapy, splinting and acupuncture, and became a Certified Hand Therapist in 2015. Lena cares for disorders and/or injuries that affect the structure and function of the hand and wrist.

Common Conditions she treats:

Her clinical approach focuses on applying knowledge of anatomy and biomechanics of the hand to maximize function. Lena has extensive training in custom splinting and utilizes both immobilization and corrective splinting techniques in treatment.


Lena is available Tuesday through Thursday from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm

We accept referrals from Family Physicians, medical/surgical specialists, and other allied health care providers. Please fax referrals to 403-329-2133

Athletic Therapy

When an athlete goes down with an injury, the main goal is to get them back to their sport/activity.

Athletic Therapists are experts when it comes to on-site and initial care of athletic injuries. What sets them apart from Physiotherapists is their ability to care for an injury right after the instant it occurs, and continue care right up until returning to the field/ice/court/mat again. Their primary goal is to get athletes back to their sports as efficiently and safely as possible.

Some examples of where Athletic Therapists work include:

Athletic Therapy Intake Form Is Athletic Therapy Covered? Request Coverage from your Insurance Provider

Fascial Stretch Therapy

with Erin Marsh - Certified Athletic Therapist, Fascial Stretch Therapy Provider.

FST an assisted stretching method that targets more than the muscles. Stretching muscles alone is limited in benefit, often hurts or is difficult to get the desired stretch, and doesn't last!

FST targets flexibility and mobility by involving ALL tissues to bring your whole body up to speed on moving and feeling well again. 


When should I book?

Who needs it?

What it feels like:

The effects of treatment are often described as moving from a pair of stiff tight jeans out of the dryer, into free flowing comfy sweat pants…but for your whole body! There is more space for your tissues and joints to move, and less compression causing discomfort and tension.

The aim of FST is to break that pain-tension cycle, and start to turn you around in the right direction.

What is Fascia?

Fascia improves how all our tissues and joints work together. Like oil circulating throughout a car engine, it keeps tissues moving smoothly among one another. Imagine each of your muscles encased in a fishnet stocking, chained together from head to toe. It even holds your organs in a shelf-like system!

It makes sense now, why every time your knee or shoulder acts up, that you start to feel tension elsewhere.

What an FST session looks like:

An FST initial session will be 90 minutes, between the floor and massage table. Come prepared to be stretched in loose comfortable exercise clothing. The massage table it set up with soft stabilizer straps to hold your body on the table while you are stretched. The session will be guided by what your goals are, and what the Athletic Therapist finds upon assessing you.

Any follow-up treatments can be booked for 60 or 30 minutes of stretching bliss!

Ask about our "Stretch Pass" for 3 month packages at our best rates! This pass can be scheduled at your desired monthy frequency.


Chiropractic is a hands-on, non-invasive healthcare discipline focusing on the musculoskeletal system and its impact on the nervous system.

When the nervous system is out of balance - our ability to function is impacted.

Chiropractic uses various techniques with the most common being spinal manipulative therapy or “adjustments”. These highly precise techniques, help to restore joint alignment and restore proper joint mobility.

By helping restore the body-brain communication system, it helps the body to respond to stresses and optimizes its ability to respond to the environment.

Chiropractic Intake Form

Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy is another hands-on discipline that focuses on manipulating the body’s soft tissue systems (including muscles, ligaments, and fascia) in order to provide increased relaxation, mobility, circulation, and provide pain relief.

Techniques include:

Massage Therapy Intake Form