Physio2GO is a locally operated subsidiary of the Prosia Total Health.

Physio2GO was created to improve accessibility for receiving quality health care in an easier and more convenient way. This allows people with limited mobility and time, the ability to receive excellent care in the comfort, privacy and convenience of their own home or office.

Your experience begins when one of our highly qualified, registered physiotherapists arrives at your home or office with everything required to convert your living space into your own personal clinic. In this way, you receive the personal attention and hands on therapy that you require for the entire duration of your treatment session.

Physio2Go is a smarter alternative to busy, overcrowded clinics. This personal approach is often more productive than traditional Physiotherapy Clinics, whereby the therapist is responsible for treating and overseeing multiple patients, thereby limiting your one-on-one time with the therapist.

With Physio2GO, waisted time traveling to and from appointments is eliminated, and enhanced compliance with treatment plans also helps to ensure a better result, and a faster road to recovery.

Physio2GO is the right choice for anyone who is seeking to maintain their functional independence, by improving strength/balance to prevent falls, and prevent or alleviate pain due to injury or a fall, or as the result of chronic conditions such as arthritis. Our mobile option delivers unparalleled convenience.

Don’t take chances by walking on icy sidewalks, waste time looking for parking, and waiting in waiting rooms, waiting for DARTS; allow Physio2GO to come to you and start “Achieving Better Health IN-HOME”!

Fee per hour: $125.00 

NOTE: Patients with extended health care benefits can receive the above specialized services under their physiotherapy benefits as they are administered and supervised by our licensed physiotherapists.

Direct Billing offered for Physiotherapy and Physio2GO.

What We Treat

Motor Vehicle Accidents

Post Surgical Rehab

Neck Pain

Shoulder/Upper limb Pain

Upper Back Pain

Fall Injury Prevention (Balance Training)

Arthritis/Joint Pain