The Physiotherapy Alberta College & Association has come out with a COVID-19 update stating that patients with urgent care needs be prioritized for in-person services and that physiotherapists defer non-urgent services at this time or use alternate methods of service delivery (i.e. telerehabilitation). With this recommendation I will be deferring all in-person treatments until guidance from the governing bodies changes.

Being a pelvic floor physiotherapist, I strongly feel that the hands on manual assessment is the most important part of our sessions, however, there is a lot that can be done virtually. Using this platform I am still able to obtain a detailed history, diagnose your condition, and provide advice and recommendations on treatment. Once in-person sessions are able to resume we will be able to complete the hands on portion of your session!

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