What to expect on your first appointment

Initially when you come in there will be some paperwork for you to fill out. Please come 10 minutes early to get a head start on the forms.

What to bring:

Please bring cash, a cheque or your debit card to pay for your initial assessment.

Medical information:

A list of your medications


Ultrasound or MRI results

Doctor referrals

Extended health insurance information, we may be able to directly submit to your insurance company on subsequent visits.

Clothes that allow visibility of the body, tank tops and shorts so the physiotherapy can do a thorough full body examination.

The first appointment will consist of a full assessment of your injury, pain, concerns and goals.

The therapist will have a conversation about why you are here, what your concerns are and your goals among many other questions. This will allow the therapists to build a case and understand what you are going through in order to create a treatment plan.

The physiotherapist will conduct a detailed assessment of your posture, range of motion and strength palpating the body and looking for signs of non-optimal movement.

Once the therapist finds the case of your injury, pain or limitations he or she will then advise you on the plan of action and provide you with education on how to proceed.


FAQ | Frequently Asked Questions

Payment options?

We take cash, cheque and debit. We offer direct billing with certain insurance companies, inquire within. We are not an OHIP clinic.

Do you take WSIB claims?

No, we do not. We will do our best to refer you, based on your needs.

Do you take Motor vehicle accident Injuries?

Yes we do. Please bring the details of: 1. your car insurance, 2. your claim and policy number, 3. the date of your accident, 4. your adjusters name, phone and fax number. 5. and details of any additional health insurance coverage.

Do I need a doctor’s referral?

Physiotherapy is a primary health care provider and we do not need a physican’s referral, however in some cases your insurance company may require a doctor’s referral. Best to review your policy or call your insurance company in advance to find out.

I received a doctor’s referral for another physiotherapy clinic can I still come to Beaverton Physiotherapy?

Yes, you can. You have the right to choose any physiotherapy clinic of your liking. You are in charge of your own health.

Will I have to pay for my first appointment up front?

Yes, you will most likely have to pay up front for the first appointment and be reimbursed by your insurance company and then we can direct bill moving forward. It depends on your insurance company and benefit plan, inquire within.