Three clinical divisions are offered within Nova Physiotherapy.
The first division has offered traditional musculoskeletal/orthopaedic physiotherapy treatment for over 30 years. Nova's physiotherapists are devoted to high quality care with focus on their manual therapy skills, educating and motivating patients to increase their independence and physical abilities. Nova provides care for all musculoskeletal disorders including motor vehicle, work place and sport related injuries.
Nova's second division, the pelvic floor physiotherapy division known as IPPC-Incontinence & Pelvic Pain Clinic, began over 25 years ago. This clinic is recognized as a pioneer of pelvic floor physiotherapy within North America, offering care for all forms of pelvic floor dysfunction including bladder, bowel and sexual dysfunctions to all populations in need at a time when these issues were rarely recognized. At Nova, pelvic floor physiotherapy is available to adults (female, male, transgender and transitioning) as well as to children suffering with pelvic floor disorders such as bed wetting. IPPC-Incontinence & Pelvic Pain Clinic began as a small division of Nova Physiotherapy providing treatment to a population suffering often in silence since little attention was focussed on this medical concern at that time. Over the past two decades, IPPC has evolved into a fully-functioning clinic networking with esteemed pelvic floor clinicians around the world. In 2009, IPPC was honoured with an invitation to collaborate with scientific researchers in the Netherlands to assume the North American arm of data collection. IPPC was identified as distinct in fulfilling education and clinical experience requirements necessary for this research study.
Nova's third division was created over 15 years ago, with the pelvic floor physiotherapy division expanding into the Nova Physiotherapy & Women's Health Centre. This women’s health division provides the much needed focus for the care of women pre- and post-partum.
Nova's physiotherapists focus their practices to these special populations and their unique needs in medical care.