Premier Care Physiotherapy Patient Care Centre

Our reception area

Upon entering our office, you’ll be given our new patient forms to fill out. These forms provide us with general information about you, your conditions and health history. If you have health insurance, this will also allow us to verify your insurance coverage.

You can print these forms out here, so you can fill them out at your convenience and bring them with you the day of your appointment. We have provided the forms in a doc file and a pdf file format.

Or you can arrive about 15 minutes before your appointment and fill them out at that time.





What do I bring on my first visit?

  • referral slip from a medical doctor (if you have one). You do not need a doctor’s referral to come to see us.
  • if you are getting therapy as a result of a worker’s compensation claim or an automobile accident, you will also need to bring your claim information, including claim number and contact information for your claim coordinator.

What do I wear?
We recommend you wear loose clothing to ensure the registered physiotherapist has full access to the injured area.

How long is each visit?

The initial visit will be about an hour and follow up visits about 30 to 45 minutes on average. Times vary due to the treatment and exercises being performed.

How often do I go to for a treatment?

The regularity of your visits will be determined after your initial evaluation, but most patients have 2 visits each week scheduled.

What forms of payment do you accept?
If you are covered by insurance we might/should be able to bill the insurance company directly. Please check with us.

For patients that are not insured, we accept Visa, Mastercard, debit, cheque or cash.


After you meet your physiotherapist, he/she will do a thorough evaluation. Please feel free to write down your questions so that every question is answered. Once the assessment is completed the physiotherapist will discuss his/her findings with you and develop a treatment plan. We will discuss what we will do and what we recommend the patient do to ensure a complete recovery.