Coeur Physiotherapy Edmonton

Physio Edmonton


Initial Consultation

The Initial consultation includes:

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Reduce Pain And Improve Movement Through Physiotherapy in Edmonton That Works

Eliminate your pain & injuries by treating the root cause of your problem

How can We Help You

What to expect

At your first visit you’ll review all of your health concerns with your therapist and how they are affecting your life. By the end of your visit, you’ll know:

  • What is wrong
  • How we can help
  • How long it will take
  • What it will cost

book Your First Visit

Schedule time with the right health professional for you

personalized Assessment

Get an expert diagnosis and find the root-cause of your issue

Treatment Plan

Receive a results-focused plan and start treatment right away


What Our Clients Say

Our Physiotherapists

Adam Teece - Edmonton Physiotherapist

Adam Teece


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Briana Gardner


Hayley Sinclair, Physiotherapist

Hayley Sinclair


No – Since 1999 legislation across Canada came in to place that eliminates the need for a doctor’s referral to access physiotherapy.  This means that you can walk in and receive treatment without seeing your doctor.

However, some health benefit plans may require a doctor’s note to access your benefits.

Our primary focus is to provide you with quality one-on-one physiotherapy care.  Your entire session will be spent with your physiotherapist – we do not use assistants at our clinic.

Your initial assessment will be approximately an hour and will consist of a taking your health history, a thorough physical examination to determine the root-cause of your problem, and education about your condition with a clear plan of action to get you better.  In most cases your initial assessment will include your first treatment.  Most follow-up sessions are 25-30 minutes in length.

We can direct bill to a large number of extended health insurers including:

  • Alberta Blue Cross
  • Alberta School Employees Board Program (ASEBP)
  • Alberta Retired Teachers Association (ARTA)
  • Sunlife
  • Canada Life
  • Manulife
  • Greenshield
  • Chambers of Commerce
  • Medavie Blue Cross
  • Veterans Affairs
  • RCMP
  • Canadian Armed Forces
  • Desjardins
  • Johnson
  • Johnston Group
  • Industrial Alliance Financial (iA Group)
  • Manion
  • Group Health
  • Maximum Benefit
  • Group Source
  • First Canadian
  • Cooperators
  • Equitable Life
  • QuikCard
  • ClaimsSecure
  • People Corp.
  • Honeybee
  • Empire Life
  • Benecaid
  • Union Benefits

Due to funding changes, as of April 2022, Alberta Health Services no longer covers most physiotherapy visits. 

There is limited funding available if you have had a recent fracture, surgery, or qualify under certain low income programs at a limited number of clinics around the city.  For more information, please contact the Rehabilitation Advice Hotline at 1-833-379-0563.

Please bring:

  • Your Alberta Health Care Card and Photo ID
  • Your insurance information
  • Any documentation from your doctor or imaging reports
  • Clothing that will allow us to examine your injury (ie. shorts for a leg injury, an athletic top for a shoulder injury). Our clinic has complimentary shorts, t-shirts, and gowns available if you forget.

Yes, if you have been injured at work we can start your treatment immediately. Pre-authorization is not required as we are a WCB-Approved Clinic and can file a claim on your behalf.

Please let us know when booking if your injury is related to a work accident or if you have any questions.

Yes, MVA insurance provides for physiotherapy and massage coverage for recent accidents.  A doctor’s referral is not required.

Please contact us and we can make arrangements on your behalf or answer any of your questions.

Please provide us with at least 24 hours notice if you need to cancel or change your appointment.