What is Virtual Physiotherapy?
In a virtual physiotherapy session, you'll be able to connect to your practitioner using an easy-to-use, fully protected telemedicine system that's accessible on a phone, tablet or computer. Your physiotherapist will ask you questions, and from this information will determine whether or not virtual medicine is appropriate for your needs, or if they think you need an in-person session. If an in-person session is required, the appropriate steps to ensure your safety will be taken and you will only be charged for the in-person session.
With virtual physiotherapy, if applicable your Yellow Gazebo physiotherapist will offer a diagnosis and recommend the appropriate exercises and/or lifestyle changes to aid you in your recovery. The beauty of virtual medicine is that exercise programs and extensive information can be shared accurately and immediately when needed.
At the moment we are offering hours Monday through Friday from 9am to 9pm.
To book your session, simply click on our online booking link below.
Once you've booked, you will automatically receive instructions on how to use the telemedicine system.
While most insurance companies accept claims for virtual physiotherapy, we nonetheless recommend that you contact your insurance company before booking your session.
Regarding payment for services, we can still attempt direct billing for you if you have provided the information to us previously or at the time of booking your appointment. Any remaining monies owed (including monies for claims that your insurance company decides they will not process) will just be charged with the credit card used to book your appointment online.
What can virtual physiotherapy potentially treat?
You can potentially be helped with any or all of the following:
- sprains and strains
- joint injury or disability
- difficulty walking
- pelvic floor concerns
- plantar fasciitis
- rheumatoid arthritis
- back pain
- neck pain
- joint pain
- athletic injury
$100 Initial Session (45 minutes)
$85 Follow-up Session (30 minutes)