You should bring any imaging reports you may have regarding your condition (ie x-ray or MRI reports), a doctor's referral (if you have one as this is not required), your family doctor's name and contact information, your care card and appropriate clothing.
Do I need a doctor's referral?
You do not need to have a doctor's referral to see a physiotherapist and most extended health medical plans allow you to submit the payment receipt for reimbursement without a doctor's referral. Please double check with your provider regarding the need for a referral.
"I cannot believe the difference in my arm. Less pain, and the movements that hurt are halved as far as pain. Going so long between treatments was not a good thing – but it was valuable as it has shown me the difference, which you don't necessarily see until you are in really bad shape. I am going to be SURE to do those exercises, as I have hope again:)" - K.K. South Surrey
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