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Healthy and active hikers in the rocky mountains after a physiotherapy session

Physiotherapy Solutions for a Healthy and Active Lifestyle

Individualized one-on-one physiotherapy sessions in Lethbridge. Also offering registered massage therapy.

Working together towards your movement goals.


What sets us apart? We believe that it is important to have the undivided attention of your physiotherapist during your session. That's why we only see one client at a time in our private treatment rooms.  No bouncing between beds, as we want to focus on you and work together to reach your movement goals.


We are passionate about helping you move better, and feel better. Whether it is to optimize training for your next marathon, get you back on the court before provincials, or running around with your kids, we do not want you to be limited by your pain.  Our goal is to empower you to play an active role in your recovery. We are helping people every day with our professional Lethbridge Physiotherapy services.

Sports Injury being worked on by a professional physiotherapist

OUR Physiotherapy SERVICES



Physiotherapy massage to womens shoulders
Physical Therapist appointment with a client
woman getting her back cracked by a physiotherapist in lethbridge, ab
Pilates Reformer woman stretching



Acupuncture treatment by a professional physical therapist
Shoulder Massage by a registered massage therapist
Stretching Together in home physiotherapy

Both Lethbridge physiotherapy and massage therapy offer direct billing with most insurance companies including Alberta Blue Cross, Canada Life, Manulife, Sunlife, and more! Please contact us to confirm if we can provide direct billing for your private insurance company.



Our talented team of physiotherapists at our Lethbridge physiotherapy clinic are equipped to help you live your best life. They will use their expert knowledge of the body's movement to make a treatment plan tailored to you. This plan will be based on your symptoms or limitations.


Our Physiotherapists will:

  • Thoroughly assess each patient and identify the root cause of their symptoms or limitations.

  • Help patients understand what is causing or contributing to their condition or symptoms.

  • Work 1-on-1 with patients to develop customized treatment plans to help restore their function and meet their goals.

  • Educate patients how to stay healthy, prevent injuries with exercises, and improve their quality of life.

physiotherapist in lethbridge working on a patients injured leg and knee
two men biking in the hills and coulees

"Stephanie and James have been excellent to work worth. I have spent time with both therapists and they have been exceptional help to me and my wife. We both have worked physical jobs and have the aches and pains to go with it. They have worked with us as much as we needed to get the results we were looking for. Other clinics I have been to rush you in and out while dealing with as many other patients as they could fit in, this not the case with Stephanie and James. They provide one on one care and made sure we felt like we were important. I definitely recommend them."

  • Can physiotherapy prevent injuries?
    Yes, physiotherapy plays a crucial role in injury prevention by assessing movement patterns, identifying risk factors, and implementing strategies to improve biomechanics, strength, flexibility, and overall physical conditioning. Our Lethbridge Physiotherapists also provide education on injury prevention techniques and ergonomic principles to reduce the risk of future injuries.
  • How long does a physiotherapy session last?
    The duration of a physiotherapy session varies depending on the individual's condition and treatment plan. Typically, sessions last between 30 minutes to one hour, but this can vary based on the complexity of the condition and the specific interventions being provided.
  • What Are The Benefits of Physiotherapy?
    Physiotherapy can benefit individuals with a wide range of physical conditions, including musculoskeletal injuries, neurological conditions, respiratory conditions, and cardiovascular conditions. Physiotherapy can help to relieve pain, improve physical function and mobility, and prevent further injury. Additionally, physiotherapy can improve overall physical health and well-being, leading to a better quality of life.
  • Can I do physiotherapy exercises at home?
    Yes, many physiotherapy exercises can be done at home as part of your treatment plan. Your Lethbridge physiotherapist will provide instructions and guidance on how to perform them correctly.
  • How Does Physiotherapy Work?
    Physiotherapy treatment involves a combination of manual therapy, exercise, and education. Physiotherapists use hands-on techniques like massage, mobilization, and manipulation to reduce pain and enhance joint and muscle function. They also develop personalized exercise programs to improve strength, flexibility, and balance. Education is also a crucial component of physiotherapy, as it empowers individuals to manage their condition and prevent further injury.
  • How long will it take to see results from physiotherapy?
    The length of time it takes to see results from physiotherapy will depend on a number of factors, including the severity and complexity of your condition, your overall health and fitness level, and your adherence to your treatment plan. In some cases, you may start to see improvements within a few sessions, while in others it may take several weeks or months to achieve your goals.
  • How Can Physiotherapy Help With Musculoskeletal Injuries?
    Physiotherapy is particularly effective in the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries such as back pain, neck pain, and joint pain. Physiotherapists can provide manual therapy to relieve pain and improve joint and muscle function. They can also develop personalized exercise programs to improve strength, flexibility, and balance, which can help prevent further injury.
  • Where can I find a qualified Clinical Pilates instructor?
    You won't have to look very far, as we have certified clinical pilates instructors at Waso Physio. Book your appointment today!
  • Do I need a referral from a doctor to see a physiotherapist?
    In most cases, you do not need a referral from a doctor to see a physiotherapist. However, some insurance plans may require a referral to cover the cost of treatment. If you're unsure whether you need a referral, it's best to check with your insurance provider.
  • Is massage therapy covered by insurance?
    In some cases, massage therapy might be covered by health insurance if it's prescribed as part of a medical treatment plan. Check with your insurance provider to understand your coverage.
  • What should I expect during a massage therapy session?
    During a massage therapy session, you can expect to lie down on a massage table while the therapist applies pressure to different areas of your body using their hands, fingers, elbows, and forearms. You may be asked to undress to your comfort level.
  • Can pregnant women get massages?
    Yes, many massage therapists offer prenatal massage, specifically tailored for pregnant women. It can help alleviate discomfort, reduce stress, and promote relaxation. Contact Waso Physio today to schedule your prenatal massage!
  • Can massage therapy help with pain management?
    Yes, massage therapy can be a helpful tool for managing pain caused by injury, chronic conditions, or muscle tension. Your massage therapist can work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan to address your specific needs.
  • What is massage therapy?
    Massage therapy is a hands-on therapy that involves manipulating muscles, tendons, and other soft tissues of the body to relieve tension, reduce stress, and promote relaxation.
  • Can massage therapy help with stress and anxiety?
    Yes, massage therapy is known for its relaxation benefits and can help reduce stress and anxiety. The soothing touch and calm environment can have a positive impact on mental well-being.
  • What can massage therapy do for you?
    Massage therapy can help reduce stress and anxiety, improve circulation, increase flexibility, reduce muscle tension and pain, improve sleep, boost the immune system, and promote overall well-being.
  • Can Clinical Pilates help with chronic pain?
    Yes, Clinical Pilates can be beneficial for managing chronic pain, especially back pain and joint issues. Consult a healthcare professional for guidance.
  • Are there any age restrictions for Clinical Pilates?
    No, Clinical Pilates is suitable for people of all ages, from children to seniors. It can be adapted to meet individual needs.
  • How often should I practice Clinical Pilates?
    The frequency of practice can vary depending on your goals and fitness level. Typically, 2-3 sessions per week are recommended for optimal results.
  • Is Clinical Pilates suitable for beginners?
    Absolutely! Clinical Pilates can be adapted to suit all levels of fitness, including beginners. It's a gentle yet effective way to improve overall health.
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