Stretch It Physiotherapy Services (SIPS) is a leading provider of physiotherapy to all age ranges with specific expertise in paediatric physiotherapy for infants to young adults. SIPS offers a wide range of clinical skills to meet your needs.
At SIPS we are trained to provide assessment and treatment of a variety of clinical conditions. You do not need a physician's referral to access our services. A receipt will be provided for submission to your health care insurance.
Services provided by SIPS:
- Transitional care between hospital admissions and home
- Teaching of required treatment techniques to parents or caregivers
- Information and support
- Referral to other health care professionals/services as needed
Goals of SIPS:
- Facilitate return to pre-injury status
- Maintain and/or improve mobility
- Maintain and/or improve strength and joint range of motion
- Maintain and/or improve quality of life
- Promote independence
Each person who accesses SIPS is unique and you will be provided with an individualized treatment plan to help you recover in a timely manner.
SIPS offers in-home physiotherapy to all age groups within the Greater Toronto Area. Stretch It Physiotherapy Services (SIPS) can be contacted by phone at 416-820-2424 or by email email@example.com.
Wendy Barden MSc., BScPT, MCPA
Wendy is a physiotherapist and owner of Stretch It Physiotherapy Services. Wendy received her Bachelor of Science degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Toronto in 1987. She has since obtained her Master of Science degree. Wendy worked full time at The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto for 15 years and is currently a casual staff physiotherapist at The Hospital for Sick Children for the Burns/Plastic/Orthopaedic Surgery Program. While her physiotherapy skills are varied, Wendy has worked extensively in many areas: burns, plastics, orthopaedics. cardio-respiratory and neurology. She has completed many post graduate courses in orthopaedics and also has her Intermediate NDT certification, CME Level 1, Melioguide Level 1 and has obtained her Bioness L300 certificate. Wendy is trained to provide care from infancy through to geriatrics.
Wendy is a member in good standing with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario.