Quality Care Sports Injury and Rehab is made up of a team of professionals with varied educational backgrounds. These strengths are utilized as a group to provide the best possible treatment for each client.

The cornerstone of the business has always been to provide a friendly, caring and welcoming environment for our clients, and to provide the best care possible utilizing the most up to date rehabilitation techniques.

Professional growth and development is an ongoing requirement for the therapists individually and as a collective group through instruction in the clinical environment as well as continuing education outside of the clinic.

We look at your whole body as an integrated structure.Your pain may be in your knee, but may be coming from a problem in your back, pelvis or foot. We try to take a complete history to ensure we are reviewing all possible connections to the problem or pain you are currently experiencing, and thus treating the cause of your problem rather than only the symptoms.


In order to ensure the best success rate with challenging cases, we provide the unique opportunity for a client to be seen by 2 therapists at the same time in order to “brain storm” on all possible treatment options. This service is provided at no extra charge to the client, but allows the client access to the most senior therapist in order to ensure all treatment options are being incorporated into the plan.


Our initial assessment takes 45 – 60 minutes, after which a consultation report is sent to the referring physician to ensure collaboration of treatment is provided between health professionals.

Subsequent treatments are one-on-one with the therapist for a full half hour.

Massage therapy sessions generally vary from 30 – 60 minutes.

Custom orthotics or bracing may be recommended by the therapist upon conclusion of the assessment. A Certified Pedorthist will perform a thorough assessment of all joints involved and will provide advice on proper footware, over-the-counter braces or insoles, or develop a custom orthotic/brace to encourage a better environment for your body to heal. The Certified Pedorthist is involved in the process of making the orthotic from the initial assessment to fabrication to making adjustments on the spot at delivery of your product.




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