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Welcome to our Portal!

Here we hope bring all the answers to your possible needs during your physical therapy experience and beyond. You will be able to find the forms you may need if you had a WCB or motor vehicle injury. Further we are bringing you the video links to all major exercises you may use during your rehab or for health enhancement.

Please ensure that you consult your therapist to ensure the exercise is appropriate for you if you experience any pain or discomfort. You also will be able to download handouts for various issues and learn about our billing process. We are always open to your suggestions if you are looking for more details here. Please let us know and we will try making it happen!

Direct Billing

We take care of the Paperwork so you don’t have to: Revive health services are covered by most health care plans; most pay 80-100% of the fees. If you have a dental plan, chances are you also have coverage for most of the services and products we offer at Revive. Read more...


Forms

WCB- Notice of Injury

AB-1: Notice of Loss and Proof of Claim Form

AB-2: Treatment Plan Form


Exercise Videos

A collection of videos of commonly prescribed exercises. Our objective is to bring to you these exercises to help with education, injury recovery and health enhancement. Please ensure that you ask your physiotherapist if this would be right for you. Read more...


What is Physiotec?

Physiotec is one of the most popular software that physiotherpists use on a daily basis in practice. Patients may view online videos of each exercise of their home exercise program. Get on board on the proposed treatment and see benefits. Access to their HEP on Smart Phones and computers of all kinds. Better execute specific movements the first time by watching videos which lowers the risk of injuring themselves.The program has clear hand-pouts with professional studio pictures and clear instructions.


Revive Blog

What is BPPV, what can a Physiotherapist do for me?

What is BPPV, what can a Physiotherapist do for me?
. What is BPPV, what can a Physiotherapist do for me?. BPPV or Benign Paroxysmal positional vertigo is the common cause of vertigo is older adults and is the most common reason for dizziness in this population. BPPV usually manifests as a sudden onset of vertigo and unsteadiness and can also lead to falls and other injuries in the elderly. The picture below illustrates the function of the semicircular canals. What causes BPPV:. BPPV is caused by free floating calcium crystals in the semici...
Posted on 2018-02-17

Temporomandibular disorders (TMJ) and physical therapy

Temporomandibular disorders (TMJ) and physical therapy
TMJ disorders affect 5 out of every hundred people and it can be quiet debilitating. One in five people of TMJ typically tend to get help. The treatment of TMJ can have quiet an socio-economic burden on the individual and can be very expensive. The treatments range from physical therapy, chiropractic to splint therapy. Tempero-mandibular disorders (TMD) can cause a range of different symptoms ranging from headaches, ringing in the ears (tinnitus), facial pain and neck pain. TMD can cause signi...
Posted on 2018-02-17

Ankle Sprains

Ankle Sprains
Most sprains are caused by rolling the foot inward. This can stretch or even tear the ligaments that help support the ankle and foot. Ligament damage if severe enough may lead to instability of the ankle and frequent repetitive injury. While mild ankle sprains can recover in 2-4 week duration, moderate to severe ankle sprains may take from 6 weeks to several months to heal. Early treatment, specific exercises and bracing can decrease the risk of repetitive injury. The information below may he...
Posted on 2018-02-17

IT Band Injuries

IT band injuries, What do you need to know about it ?Anatomical considerations, treatment options and home exercise program.. Here is an illustration of the anatomy of the IT band. The IT band is an important structure that gives stability to hip and knee. The main muscle attachments to the IT band are the gluteus maximus and the tensor fascia late. The main action of the IT band is to prevent adduction and internal rotation of the femur during mid stance phase of gait. It is believed in the fe...
Posted on 2018-02-04

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