At Innovative Medical Supplies Inc, our aim is to keep you healthy and let you return to work and play as quickly and safely as possible. We provide personalized Vestibular Balance and Rehabilitation therapy in Winnipeg, which includes a thorough assessment of the vestibular system and MSK system. Our therapy will help you achieve functional, healthy, and meaningful life.
Our physiotherapists can help you gain strength and stability by adopting a combination of exercise therapy, therapeutic modalities, manual therapies, and more. Manual therapies include:
Learn More about Physiotherapy
The right treatment and prevention of physical injuries and movement dysfunctions is known as physiotherapy. The physiotherapists are highly trained and have the required knowledge about the musculoskeletal and nervous system to provide the right care to patients. With thorough assessment and history, the physiotherapists are able to find out and treat all injuries and dysfunctions.
More about VBRT and How We Treat Movement Dysfunction
VBRT refers to Vestibular Balance Rehabilitation Therapy. Our trained physiotherapists can treat individuals with imbalance, vertigo dysfunction, and more. We would first look at the symptoms by checking the head movement, motion of the visual environment, positioning and positional changes, disorientation, visual defects, and more.
Our physiotherapists can treat individuals with physical or movement dysfunctions irrespective of their age. From cardio-respiratory and neurological disorder to vestibular and musculoskeletal injuries, we can treat them all effectively.
Trust Us to Treat Various Common Issues
Some third-party insurance providers cover physiotherapy as a benefit. We provide direct billing option to the following insurance companies:
Manitoba Public Insurance
Worker’s Compensation Board of Manitoba
Manitoba Blue Cross
Great West Life
You can contact your insurance provider to identify whether physiotherapy is covered in your insurance plan.
Our Physiotherapist - Alex DeVries
Alex is a foreign trained Physiotherapist who loves learning so that she can help others through her knowledge. She came to Canada in 1998 to learn English and further her studies in Physiotherapy and never left. She has taken many courses all throughout her career including Acupuncture, Respiratory Educator and Vestibular and Balance Rehabilitation’s certification. She has volunteered with young adults in soccer and participated as a relief physiotherapist during the Haitian Hurricane in 2010. She is married and has 5 furry children. Alex considers Canada her home.