What is Physiotherapy? Shoulder Pain
Physiotherapy is a health care profession concerned with the assessment, maintenance, and restoration of the physical function and performance of the body. It is a distinct form of care which can be performed both in isolation or in conjunction with other types of medical management eg post surgery or while on medication. We aim to provide our patients with a speedy and complication-free return to normal activity.

At Fiona McDevitt Physiotherapy is currently based at Lymph Balance Centre, Calgary where we offer our clients a thorough assessment to find the root cause of the movement dysfunction. We offer evidence-informed, hands-on treatment and support for the whole body.
With almost over thirty years’ experience treating a wide variety of injuries and conditions including sports injuries, spinal and disc disorders and orthotic prescriptions, Fiona McDevitt Physiotherapy provides our clients with the highest standards of clinical experience, care and professionalism. We also have a strong commitment to ongoing professional development, ensuring that you the client will benefit from the most up-to-date information and treatment.
As Chartered Physiotherapists, our principal aim is to help you recover quickly and safely and to prevent recurrence or re-injury with lasting effect. 

Conditions Treated

• Ankle Injuries • Occupational overuse
• Arthritic Conditions • Osteoporosis
• Back Pain/Injuries • Plantar Fasciitis
• Carpal Tunnel Syndrome • Postural problems
• Chronic Pain • Post-operative
• Disc Herniation • Repetitive strain injuries
• Foot pain/injury • Rotator cuff syndrome
• Frozen shoulder or adhesive capsulitis • Running Injuries and Achilles Tendonitis
• Golfers/Tennis elbow (Tendonitis) • Sciatica
• Hand Injuries • Shin splints
• Headaches/Migraines • Shoulder Pain
• Hip Pain • Sports and soft tissue injuries
• Iliotibial band syndrome (ITB) • Tendonitis
• Knee Pain • Tennis elbow
• Joint pains and strains • TMJ / Jaw Pain
• Leg Injuries • Whiplash
• Neck Pain • Workplace injuries
• Neurological disorder • Wrist Injuries

Neck and Back Injuries physio knee strappingIf you suffer from a neck or back injury as a result of any of the following:

• Whiplash
• Disc problems
• Postural back/neck pain
• Bending
• Lifting
• Stress
• Headaches
Our physiotherapists will provide a full assessment and appropriate treatment.

Spinal conditions
Spinal conditions in particular need to be treated promptly if long term disability and prolonged treatment are to be prevented.

Postural low back pain can be the start of more significant back problems such as disc problems. Long hours at a computer with poor sitting posture can contribute to lower back pain. See a physiotherapist for ergonomic advice.