Our goal is to make a sustainable model that is accessible to all

  • Recruiting, educating & supporting clinicians to ensure high-quality evidence-based clinicians specializing in pain.
  • Integrating rehab and medicine
  • A team of experts, evidence-based care
  • Patient centered care
  • Engagement, empowerment and involvement in your care
  • We work together as a team
  • We REALLY care
Rehabilitation should not be an experience where people are constantly pushed into pain and flare ups, unfortunately, many people in pain have had these negative experiences.

This may lead to a lack of trust or a feelings of invalidation with regards to their pain.

Rehabilitation should be a process that leaves clients feeling in control and empowered
It should help them work towards doing the meaningful things in their life, and not a burden where they are left doing multiple exercises and in so much pain, they can’t do much else.
At CPRI, we look at the whole person, and our team’s skillsets span all areas of mental, physical and emotional wellbeing.

Rehabilitation involves an array of assessments and treatments from a team of skilled clinicians. These clinicians have specialized training in the areas of active rehabilitation, injury assessment and treatment, counselling , psychotherapy, and sleep/stress/mood management.  Evidence shows a team-based approach to care shows the highest value and the greatest success. CPRI is very unique as we have the  opportunity to integrate medical physician services with rehabilitation services to address all your needs and ensure you are fully supported and cared for.  

How are we different?

  • Our team understands complex pain and injury, and the magnitude in which it impacts your life. We understand how it can take you away from the people and things you love. Many individuals report trying conventional rehabilitation in the past without much success. The reason is when we have persistent pain or a more complex injury, our body and nervous systems change in many ways. There often is no longer one answer or one solution for the problem. It takes a specialized approach from a team of trained clinicians to fully understand your particular presentation and needs. Our team has an integrated approach ensuring you are fully supported; we collaborate on your care.

A physiotherapist is a licensed health care professional who has completed a master’s degree and have specialized knowledge in assessment and treatment of a variety of medical conditions. They provide an in-depth assessment of the factors related to your condition and outline a treatment plan to help you get back to the activities you love and your previous level of function.  

Our physiotherapists have completed post-graduation courses in pain management, manual therapy, concussion, neurological conditions and nervous system function. They have an integrative approach and are able to treat holistically considering factors related to all aspects of your pain and condition. Along with a treatment plan, they highly value education, inclusion, empowerment, and engagement. We want to empower you to feel in control of your care. 

Kinesiologists have completed a degree related to the science of human movement and rehabilitation. Their role is to implement the latest evidence in movement science to help you build an exercise program to rehabilitate. Their focus is also related to empowerment and engagement to ensure you are feeling apart of the rehabilitation process. Our kinesiologists have completed extra training in trauma informed care, pain science, musculoskeletal injuries, active rehabilitation and functional movement assessments. Our kinesiologists work closely with Physiotherapists and are exceptional educators and leaders in movement therapy.

Counselors aim to create a safe and supportive environment where clients can explore their feelings, gain insight into their behaviors, and learn coping skills to manage. Our counsellors understand that living with such conditions can leave a significant impact on an individual’s physical, emotional, and psychological well-being. Our goal is to provide compassionate and effective support to help our clients manage their symptoms and improve their quality of life.

Psychologists are professionals who study human behavior and mental processes. They have completed extensive training and are specialized in areas of assessment, diagnosis and treatment of psychological disorders and conditions. At CPRI, our psychologists have a special focus on persistent pain and treat the whole person, with full awareness of the bio-psycho-social setting in which they live. Their clinical practice mostly, but not entirely, focuses on clients who suffer from chronic pain and co-existing psychological distress. They have a special interest and a great deal of training and experience in the sub-specialty of Pain Psychology.

Social workers are professionals who work with individuals, families, and communities to help them overcome social, economic, and emotional challenges. They work to enhance the well-being of people and help them meet their basic needs. Overall, social workers aim to improve the lives of people in need and promote social justice. They work to empower individuals, families, and communities, and help them overcome barriers to success and well-being.

A health coach is someone who helps clients manage their pain and injury in a holistic way, addressing the physical, emotional, and psychological aspects of their condition. They work with clients to create a sustainable pain management plan that enables them to improve their quality of life and achieve their goals. A coach can help when someone feels stuck, doesn’t know what to do or feels controlled by pain. Coaching is an opportunity to be heard and engage in collaborative problem-solving with an empathetic thinking partner. It is action-focused and about moving forward. Our coaches have training in mindfulness, trauma sensitivity and somatic coaching.

Occupational Therapists perform functional assessment of client’s daily function including self-care activities, household management, sleep, leisure interests and other areas of life as impacted by persistent pain/fatigue. The can provide education and support in areas of pain management and education, sleep hygiene, breathing relaxation and body awareness, mindfulness/grounding, energy conservation and management, goal setting, modifications for equipment for the home or work, memory, and cognition

Our Occupational Therapists have completed extra training post-graduation in many areas related to pain care. They have an integrative approach and are able to treat holistically, considering factors related to all aspects of your pain and condition. Along with a treatment plan, they highly value education, inclusion, empowerment, and engagement. We want to empower you to feel in control of your care.