Physical Therapy Services

Vestibular Treatments

Treatment for Concussion and Vertigo, and others suffering from inner ear disturbance.

Dry Needling Acupuncture

TMJ Physiotherapy

We are pleased to work with
several Camrose Dentists to
provide the best in care.

Functional Capacity Evaluations

Our Kinesiologists and Clinical Physiologist conduct testing to determine your fit to work level. We provide documentation to employers and insurance companies. We also design programs for strengthening that are based on our findings.

Hand Therapy

Our hand therapy and orthotics
program is lead by Evelyn
Wevik, an OT with 30+ years
of experience in this field


Is designed to facilitate the body’s natural healing process while providing support and stability to muscles and joints without restricting the body’s range of motion.

Integrated Listening Systems

Therapeutic Listening.
Click to on picture to
learn more about the
science behind this
brain treatment!

Acupuncture: Acupuncture is a therapeutic method used to reduce or relieve pain by inserting very fine needles through the skin. “Classical” acupuncture was developed in China as one component of Traditional Chinese Medicine which aims to balance energy flow in the body. Needles inserted along the meridians of energy flow and not necessarily near the injury or pain site. “Anatomical” Acupuncture has emerged in Europe and North America in recent years as the scientific and medical communities began to study and understand the benefits of Acupuncture. A treatment with Anatomical Acupuncture usually involves inserting the needles near the injury or tissues associated with the injury.

Dry Needling: is a technique that uses a thin needle to penetrate the skin and stimulate underlying myofascial trigger points, muscular, and connective tissue. It is designed to address muscular and nerve dysfunctions. The approach of the Dry Needling practitioner is to release taut bands of soft tissue by needling the associated trigger points.

IMS: Intramuscular Stimulation (sometimes also called Functional Dry Needling) involves inserting a tiny monofilament needle into a muscle in order to release shortened bands of muscles tissue and decrease trigger point activity. Dry needling is an effective treatment for acute and chronic pain, rehabilitation from injury, and even injury prevention. Since treatment is directed at the trigger point of the muscle, there is often an associated “twitch” of the muscle during an IMS treatment. [/learn_more] Finely engineered needles are used in Canadian & Asian techniques to provide relief of tightness and pain.

  • Womens Health Program

Vestibular Therapy, Concussion Recovery, & Vertigo Treatments

Battle River Physical Therapy has been offering treatment for these conditions since 2012. Keeping up with the latest science in this area is vital to good results. Our staff attends the latest American research updates regularly so that you can recover as fast as possible.
These sessions can help with dizziness, balance issues, concussion symptoms, headaches, tinitis and increased sensitivity to lights/noises/movements. These treatments are customized to meet the needs of the individual client. Upon your initial visit, the therapist conducts an assessment of your vestibular system.

Email Address


Phone, Fax, Text

P (780) 672-2891

F (780) 672-2898

Text (780) 679-6399



4931 49 Street

Camrose, AB

T4V 1N3