Physiotherapy • Chiropractic • Massage Therapy • Naturopathic Medicine • Psychology • Kinesiology • Physiatry • Sport Medicine
4, 12192 Symons Valley Road NW Calgary, AB, T3P 0A3 403.239.6773
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Programs and Services

You are in Good Hands at Momentum Health

Momentum Health uses many therapy options to ensure an optimal approach to your care. You will experience a variety of gentle therapy solutions that can help reduce pain, strengthen, add flexibility, improve joint range, and more.

One stop shop for all your rehabilitation needs.

Our professions include:



Massage Therapy

Naturopathic Medicine


Personal Training

Custom Knee Braces


Some of our services include:

Active Release Therapy
Active Release Technique (ART) is an advanced, patented manual hands-on type of therapy that treats damaged soft tissue and injuries.

Acupuncture is a holistic treatment wherein thin needles are inserted at specific points of the body. This form of treatment has roots in Traditional Chinese Medicine and operates with the idea that every form of illness is caused by an energy imbalance in the human body. Momentum Health's gentle approach to acupuncture specifically addresses imbalances unique to your health. Effective for treatment of pain, insomnia, digestive problems, abdominal aches, and much more.

Arthritis Management
Arthritis Management Therapy assists individuals with various types and severity of arthritis.

Bracing is a therapy option that gives much needed support to joints that have become uneven or unstable due to an injury, illness or chronic condition. At Momentum Health, we know that your well being is affected when braces are uncomfortable or do not fit you properly. We give you educational information about the use of your brace and we make sure that the fit is customized to your body.

Chronic Condition Management
A chronic condition is any persistent injury, disease, pain or illness that has ongoing symptoms. Chronic conditions typically cause lasting symptoms that interfere with daily activities. Momentum Health Chronic condition management is an interdisciplinary approach for improving the quality of life of those living with chronic conditions. Let us help put a smile on your face. Call us today to schedule your no obligation appointment.

Compression Garments
Compression garments include socks, pantyhose, sleeves, etc, that provide support especially useful for people who have to stand for long periods, or people with poor circulation.

Exercise Prescription
An important part of physiotherapy treatment, exercise prescription plays an important role in improving the performance and functioning of the body area under rehabilitation.

Fitness Evaluation
A measurement of your muscular strength, cardiovascular strength, body fat percentage, coordination, and flexibility.

Graston Technique
A therapeutic technique used by many physiotherapists to therapeutically aid problems related to the skeletal, muscle, and soft tissue injuries.

Interferential Current (IFC)
An effective therapy option used to relieve pain and accelerate the self-healing process within your body.

Manual Therapy
Includes mobilization of the nerves, soft tissue mobilization, myofascial release, and mobilization of spinal segments and joints.

McKenzie Method
Mechanical assessment and therapy of active patient involvement and education that is trusted and used by practitioners and patients all over the world for back, neck and extremity problems.

Myofascial Release
Soft tissue therapy that involves a mix of massage and gentle long strokes to release the tightness in the fascia or connective tissue.

Older Adult Therapy
Older adult therapy includes physiotherapy services for the elderly population to enhance their quality of life and help them with mobility and unrestricted movement.

At Momentum Health we offer the custom foot care you need to enjoy your life! Orthotics and gait scans can measure proper positioning of foot bones, joints, ankles, and knees. Help correct foot dysfunction. Improve athletic performance, endurance and strength. Help relieve pain and foot fatigue. Benefit older adults who live with arthritis. Call Momentum Health today to find out more about insurance covered Orthotics and how they can help you!

Involves usage of ultrasound so that the drugs that are applied topically can be absorbed effectively at a faster rate.

Shockwave Therapy
A technology that introduces intense, short energy waves travelling faster than sound into the body to create a cascade of beneficial events including the promotoion of tissue healing, breakdown of calcification and tissue adhesions, decrease of pain and increase of function.  Shockwave is especially beneficial for the following conditions:

  • Plantar fasciitis (with or without heel spur)
  • Tendonitis (Achilles, patella)
  • Lateral Epicondylitis
  • Rotator cuff tendonopathy (with or without calcification)
  • Connective tissue pain
  • Lateral Hip pain
  • IT band syndrome
  • Chronic neck and back pain

Sport Injury Rehabilitation
A multidisciplinary approach designed to help athletes return to normal, pre-injury function.

Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS)
An electronic device that produces electrical impulses to stimulate nerves across unbroken skin. It is considered an effective method to relieve pain and inflammation.

Ultrasound (Therapeutic)
Ultrasound is a therapy in which ultrasound technique is used for treating chronic pain and various kinds of disorders

Vertigo Assessment / Vestibular Rehabilitation
Our physiotherapists and chiropractors are trained to assess for the most common, and easily rehabilitated, cause of vertigo - Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV). This condition occurs when the specialized crystals in the inner ear called ‘otoliths’ get displaced and begin sending incorrect signals to the brain; resulting in vertigo sensations. 

Women's Health/Pelvic Health
Pelvic health physiotherapy is a specialized physiotherapy treatment for urinary or anal/fecal incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, lumbopelvic pain, painful intercourse (dyspareunia) and perinatal conditions. Treatment is customized to each patient and often integrates pelvic floor muscle re-training, helpful advice on bowel and bladder habits, nutrition and hands-on techniques from the therapist.

Symptoms that may be related to pelvic floor muscle dysfunction include:

-      Leaking urine when you cough laugh, sneeze or exercise

-      Leaking urine due to inability to hold urine during strong urges

-      Urinating more than 8 times a day

-      Difficulty initiating urination

-      Feeling that you have not fully emptied your bladder after urination

-      Feeling of pressure or heaviness in pelvic region

-      Straining to have a bowel movement

-      Pain during or after bowel movement

-      Pain with sexual intercourse or difficulty with penetration

-      Pelvic pain (vaginal, rectal or perineal)

-      Pelvic girdle, buttock, low back or coccyx pain

Pelvic health therapists can assess and treat the following conditions:

-      Stress or Urge Incontinence

-      Pelvic Organ Prolapse

-      Over Active Bladder

-      Pregnancy related pain (pre and post-partum)

-      Interstitial Cystitis

-      Dyspareunia

-      Vaginismus

-      Vulvodynia/Vestbiulodynia

-      Puedental Neuralgia or Entrapments

Physiotherapy is internationally recognized as the first choice of treatment for incontinence and prolapse. We use evidence based therapy techniques and a team based approach to treatment.  If you want to get control of your body and live your life to your fullest potential come see a pelvic health therapist at Momentum Health.

Work Conditioning
Returning to work after an illness or injury can be a difficult process. Recovery is not straightforward. You may feel ready to return to some of your previous duties, but remain unsure about others. Depending on the injury and what is required physically at the workplace, many people feel anxious about returning to work. It can be even harder if the injury occured at work. We want you to know that these experiences are normal and our healthcare team can help make the rehabilitation process easier – we will help you get back to work!

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