Work Conditioning

Our Work Conditioning programs are realistic, individual & really work.

Program Outline

The injured worker will be thoroughly assessed for residual clinical problems and for functional ability. This will be followed by a job analysis including a work site visit if necessary. The subsequent problems and shortfalls will form the main part of the client’s functional goals. The atmosphere is very supportive, positive, and optimistic and encourages maximum effort. There will be on-going progress monitoring with any changes in return-to-work status/ plan being available for the sponsor.


The following is an example and obviously clients who are able will advance more quickly.

Week 1-2: Continuing any specific manual treatment and exercises; add total body stretch & strengthening program; add general and injury specific prevention education; add cardiovascular exercises.
Week 3-4: Continue stretch program, education & C.V. exercises. Progress injury specific & total body Strengthening.
Week 5-6: Continue as for week 1-4, but with no specific t/t; progress total body strengthening; add work simulation activities.


The program is planned and carried out by a Physiotherapist and Kinesiologist and may include an Occupational Therapist.


There is a well-equipped gym area with the usual rehabilitation items including treadmill, recumbent bike, Isokinetic multi-exercises, HF-STAR chair (with computerized performance outputs), ‘Total Gym’, ‘Back Strong’, high mat / suspension therapy, free weights & more.


Monday, Wednesday & Friday: 9 am till 7 pm
(Outside of these hours may be available for certain needs)

Clinic Vacation Notice


Winnock Physiotherapy will be closed for vacation from 18th to 29th July, 2022, except for Occupational Therapy which will remain available during this time.

Messages are checked daily and responded to by either the office manager or Physiotherapist

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Parkview Professional Centre
6 McFarlane Street
Springhill, Nova Scotia
B0M 1X0


Mon, Wed & Fri:
9 - 7 pm, approximately.

Tue & Thu:
According to case load. Meg will accommodate urgent cases as necessary.


Phone: 902-763-2224
Meg’s Cell: 902-297-9279
Fax: 902-763-2080


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