We’re hiring full-time Physiotherapists in Alliston!

Full-time permanent orthopedic physiotherapist employee position available!   *PT residents welcome to apply* South Simcoe Physiotherapy is looking for an ambitious and personable therapist with an interest in manual therapy and acupuncture/dry needling to join our...

Elbow pain and double crush syndrome; physiotherapy in Alliston

Let’s talk about elbow pain!  Many people experience lateral elbow pain and immediately think of tennis elbow. Tennis elbow, also known as lateral epicondylagia, is a common overuse injury where the common tendon origin of the wrist extensors becomes irritated...

Urinary Incontinence in Women; Physiotherapy in Alliston

Debunking the Myths Surrounding Urinary Incontinence in Women Ever heard the saying “I laugh so hard that tears roll down my legs”? I hear from a lot of women that they could never jump on a trampoline or keep their legs uncrossed when they laugh, or they always need...

Should I exercise or rest after a concussion? Pearls of wisdom from your Alliston physiotherapist

   If you’ve recently suffered a concussion, you might be confused about when and how to return to exercise. Traditionally, many healthcare professionals have recommended mental and physical rest until concussion symptoms resolve, but unfortunately...

South Simcoe Physiotherapy

Hours & Location

Monday: 8am to 6pm

Tues-Thurs: 8am to 7:30pm

Friday: 8am to 5pm

Address: 180 Parsons Road, Unit 8 Alliston, ON L9R 1E8


Phone: (705) 250-6000

Fax: (705) 250-7000


It’s all about the journey, not the destination

If you had asked me as recently as two-and-a-half years ago what I thought about running, my response would’ve likely been something to the effect of “I only run if I’m being chased”.  But for reasons largely unbeknownst to me, all of that changed about 2 years...

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Dry Needling at South Simcoe Physiotherapy

This blog was written by Divya Sebastian Registered Physiotherapist and Dry Needle provider! At our clinic, we are often asked questions about Dry Needling.  Some common questions that we encounter are: “Does it hurt? What does it really do? Is it the same as...

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Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy: IT CAN HELP!

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy: IT CAN HELP! Pelvic floor dysfunction is a common problem that many people experience. In Canada, 1 in every 4 women, and 1 in every 9 men experience urinary incontinence. In Canada, up to 75% of women experience pelvic organ prolapse, with...

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Physiotherapy in Alliston; welcome Divya Sebastian!

We are pleased to announce that Divya Sebastian PT, BPT, Registered Physiotherapist will be joining the team at South Simcoe Physiotherapy this coming Wednesday! For the first time in months we will be operating at full capacity reducing wait times for appointments....

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Alliston’s newest physiotherapist! Welcome Natasha!

We at South Simcoe Physiotherapy are pleased to announce the arrival of Physiotherapy Resident Natasha Amsden! Natasha will be joining our staff on September 25th and will no doubt fit in seamlessly. Her upbeat personality, up to date knowledge, and enthusiasm for the...

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Physiotherapy in Alliston; Summer Time/Construction Time!

For anyone that has been by the clinic recently, you would have noticed the ongoing construction on the outside of the building! Unfortunately, as is often the case, this constructions was met with significant delays which has further inconvenienced our patrons and...

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Full time ortho physio and part time neuro physio wanted!

2 Full-time permanent ortho-physiotherapist positions available! One to start immediately and one to start September 2018. Both are covering maternity-leave caseloads and remaining on permanently We are also looking for a part-time neuro physio to join our team and...

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Registered physiotherapists offering one-on-one manual therapy, IMS, and acupuncture in Alliston, Beeton, Tottenham, New Tecumseth and surrounding areas

Phone: (705) 250-6000

Fax: (705) 250-7000

Email: info@southsimcoephysio.ca

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