What We Treat at Total Care
We treat all manner of injuries to the musculoskeletal portion of your body. These injuries can be recent or not-so-recent. They can be from motor vehicle accidents (MVA), sports, or work-related injuries.
You may have injuries for which you don’t even know the origin. Or maybe it’s an injury you received at home or in the yard. Whatever your injury is or your pain is from, each patient is important to us.
Every patient is treated carefully, holistically, and with our interdisciplinary approach using all the trained professionals and state-of-the-art equipment we have on hand. And every patient is treated with kindness and compassion. We know it hurts, and we want you to feel better.
However, patients most commonly contact us for the major categories of injuries noted below. Each one of these categories has a link to another page with more information.
Injuries from Motor Vehicle Accidents
These can be minor to very serious, and they include just about anything you can think of. However, we commonly see back and neck sprains and strains, broken bones, and whiplash. For more information, please see our Motor Vehicle Accident page.
Athletes can have all kinds of injuries: breaks, sprains, strains, torn ligaments, and stress fractures to name a few. And athletes want to be at the top of their game.
We can help your rehab and make your injured parts healthy again. For more information please go to our Sports Injuries page.
Work-related injuries range from freak accidents, slips, trips, and falls, to overuse injuries like carpal tunnel syndrome.
We have a long experience working those suffering from work-related injuries and also dealing with WCB.
Let us help you get better and also help you navigate the worker’s comp challenges. For more information about how we approach work-related injuries, go to our work-related injuries page.
If you are in pain, and even if your injury doesn’t fall into one of the tidy categories above, we would still like to hear from you and work with you. Please feel free to give us a call at (604) 930-0099, or book an appointment, and let’s work together toward making you feel better.