BodyTech Physiotherapy is growing!
We are a multi-disciplinary orthopaedic and sports injury clinic located in the Chicopee Park Plaza in Kitchener, Ontario. We are looking for a part-time Registered Massage Therapist and student volunteers to join our team. Please find the complete RMT job description on our career page.

BodyTech Physiotherapy is an orthopaedic manual therapy and sports injury clinic that also offers registered massage therapy in Kitchener, ON. All of our physiotherapists have completed or are in the process of completing advanced level training to enhance their assessment and treatment skills. Our therapists offer hands on care and individualized treatment specific to your injury. At BodyTech we offer expert treatment to any age, and for all conditions that cause pain or dysfunction.

Our approach to physiotherapy is individualized to focus on you. Our assessments focus on identifying the underlying cause and contributing factors of your injury or condition. This comprehensive approach enables us to treat your condition or injury in the most effective way using evidence-based techniques. Exercise and manual therapy combined will improve your course of recovery and assist with further injury prevention.

At BodyTech Physiotherapy we strive for ongoing communication and cooperation with your health care team to ensure the best care possible.

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Our Vision

  • High quality, evidence based, manual therapy treatments
  • Providing the most advanced treatment techniques
  • Continued excellence through advanced post-graduate training

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How Physiotherapy Can Help With Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is a condition of reduced bone strength that causes bones to be more likely to break (1). It is a progressive disease in which the density and quality of bone decreases over time making it more fragile. Current trends show that more and more people are affected by osteoporosis each year (1). Among Canadian men and women, an estimated 1 in 4 women have osteoporosis compared to 1 in 8 men (1).