289-941-4878 info@physioforme.ca

About revive

What you can expect from us.

About revive

What you can expect from us.

Setting a new standard in physiotherapy.

Revive Physiotherapy was born out of the idea that the physiotherapy profession can do better.

We believe that rehabilitation should be a positive experience in which you feel empowered and confident as you navigate your injury, or recover from persistent pain.

At Revive, we are goal and outcome-oriented. All treatment sessions are one-on-one during which you receive undivided attention from a licensed Physiotherapist. Sessions are active and exercise-focused. We work with our clients to create treatment plans that are unique and customized to their goals and vision for themselves.

Our Process

When you visit Revive, you will be guided through a three-step process.

Step one

Spend time with you one-on-one to discuss your pain, injury, or recent surgery and understand how it has affected your background, specific needs, workplace, activities, and hobbies.

Step two

A Physical Exam to assess how you are moving, your pain triggers, and any specific movements related to your usual activities (running, golf, workplace etc.)

Step three

A treatment plan including a recovery timeline and prognosis, therapeutic exercises, hands on treatment, and education on how to modify your usual activities if necessary as you rehabilitate.

What can I expect at my first visit?

Upon your first visit you will have an in depth assessment with your Physiotherapist.

During the assessment, you and your Physiotherapist will spend time discussing your injury, lifestyle, and personal goals.

After that discussion, you will undergo a physical assessment of your movement, strengths, and pain. Your injury will then be explained in depth, following which you and your Physiotherapist will discuss a treatment plan that is realistic for you and will help you reach your goals.

What can I expect during treatment?

Our treatments are centred around educating you on how to manage your injury, keep the activity you love as you rehabilitate, decrease your pain, and teach appropriate therapeutic exercises for your condition.
During your session, your Physiotherapist may use manual therapy to help with your symptoms, after which you will learn targeted therapeutic exercises.

What can I expect at my first visit?

What can I expect during treatment?

Upon your first visit you will have an in depth assessment with your Physiotherapist.

During the assessment, you and your Physiotherapist will spend time discussing your injury, lifestyle, and personal goals.

After that discussion, you will undergo a physical assessment of your movement, strengths, and pain. Your injury will then be explained in depth, following which you and your Physiotherapist will discuss a treatment plan that is realistic for you and will help you reach your goals.

Our treatments are centred around educating you on how to manage your injury, keep the activity you love as you rehabilitate, decrease your pain, and teach appropriate therapeutic exercises for your condition.
During your session, your Physiotherapist may use manual therapy to help with your symptoms, after which you will learn targeted therapeutic exercises.

Are you ready for a life without pain?

Are you ready for a life without pain?

Your Physiotherapists

KYLE AITKEN

Kyle earned his Masters of Physical Therapy from Western University. Prior to that, he completed his Bachelor of Kinesiology from the University of Waterloo, where he had the privilege of learning from some of the world’s top researchers in the field of low back pain. While at Waterloo, Kyle played varsity football and worked within the strength and conditioning department, training fellow university athletes and students. Before returning to graduate studies, he spent a year working as a strength coach at a private gym in his home province of Nova Scotia, where he was able to work with several QMJHL hockey players, collegiate athletes, and other active individuals in the community. 
As an avid powerlifter and rock-climber, Kyle has developed a keen interest in working with fellow lifters, climbers, and active individuals. Using his knowledge as a physical therapist and strength and conditioning coach, Kyle can help you modify and adjust your activities or training in order to keep you doing what you love, while also utilizing specific exercises to meet your individual needs through the process.
His approach to rehab revolves around working collaboratively with his clients to assist them with return to activity, injury risk management, and improved performance, while ultimately striving to empower his clients with the tools to live better and manage their pain and function independently.
In his spare time, Kyle enjoys sipping strong cups of dark roast coffee, music, films, and spending time with his friends and family. 

ALAN RICHTER MScPT

Alan graduated from The University of Alberta Physical Therapy Program in 2016. Prior to his Physical Therapy career he worked in Rehabilitation Sciences studying exercise-based approaches to spinal deformity and pain. He holds Masters of Science degrees in both Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science.

Alan has presented his research at international conferences and has been the recipient of multiple research awards. He has pursued further post secondary education, completing his level 1 courses in manual and manipulative physiotherapy.

 

Alan has worked as a CSEP Certified personal trainer and holds a Precision Nutrition Level 1 Certification.

Alan loves being active and participates in many different sports, allowing him to understand the needs of a diverse variety of athletes and active individuals. His passion is getting people back to the activities they love or helping them start new ones.

When not in clinic he can be found biking or running on the incredible trail system around Hamilton, hanging out with his wife & kids, drinking strong coffee out of tiny cups, or in the gym picking things up and putting them back down again. 

His approach is fuelled by his unique combination of research and clinical backgrounds. His interests lie in Evidence-Based approaches to pain management, human performance, and exercise-based approaches to rehab.

Your Physiotherapist

ALAN RICHTER MScPT

Alan graduated from The University of Alberta Physical Therapy Program in 2016. Prior to his Physical Therapy career he worked in Rehabilitation Sciences studying exercise-based approaches to spinal deformity and pain. He holds Masters of Science degrees in both Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science.

Alan has presented his research at international conferences and has been the recipient of multiple research awards. He has pursued further post secondary education, completing his level 1 courses in manual and manipulative physiotherapy.

Alan has worked as a CSEP Certified personal trainer and holds a Precision Nutrition Level 1 Certification.

Alan loves being active and participates in many different sports, allowing him to understand the needs of a diverse variety of athletes and active individuals. His passion is getting people back to the activities they love or helping them start new ones.

When not in clinic he can be found biking or running on the incredible trail system around Hamilton, hanging out with his wife & kids, drinking strong coffee out of tiny cups, or in the gym picking things up and putting them back down again.

His approach is fuelled by his unique combination of research and clinical backgrounds. His interests lie in Evidence-Based approaches to pain management, human performance, and exercise-based approaches to rehab.

Your Physiotherapist

ALAN RICHTER MScPT

Alan graduated from The University of Alberta Physical Therapy Program in 2016. Prior to his Physical Therapy career he worked in Rehabilitation Sciences studying exercise-based approaches to spinal deformity and pain. He holds Masters of Science degrees in both Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science.

Alan has presented his research at international conferences and has been the recipient of multiple research awards. He has pursued further post secondary education, completing his level 1 courses in manual and manipulative physiotherapy.

Alan has worked as a CSEP Certified personal trainer and holds a Precision Nutrition Level 1 Certification.

Alan loves being active and participates in many different sports, allowing him to understand the needs of a diverse variety of athletes and active individuals. His passion is getting people back to the activities they love or helping them start new ones.

When not in clinic he can be found biking or running on the incredible trail system around Hamilton, hanging out with his wife & kids, drinking strong coffee out of tiny cups, or in the gym picking things up and putting them back down again.

His approach is fuelled by his unique combination of research and clinical backgrounds. His interests lie in Evidence-Based approaches to pain management, human performance, and exercise-based approaches to rehab.

Get In Touch

(289) 941-4878

Location

#2-318 Dundurn St S
Hamilton, ON
L8P 2M5

 

Email

info@physioforme.ca

Hours

Mon:9am – 8pm
Tue: 9am – 8pm
Wed: 9am – 8pm
Thur: 9am – 8pm
Fri: 9am – 3pm
Sat: Closed
Sun: Closed

Send A Message

Get In Touch

(289) 941-4878

Location

#9-318 Dundurn St S
Hamilton, ON
L8P 2M5

 

Email

info@physioforme.ca

Hours

Mon:9am – 8pm
Tue: 9am – 8pm
Wed: 9am – 8pm
Thur: 9am – 8pm
Fri: 9am – 3pm
Sat: Closed
Sun: Closed

Send A Message