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Dawson College
Health Clinic - Physio
Office: 3C.2

Dawson College Health Clinic – Physiotherapy Technology is a learning environment for the graduating students of the Physiotherapy Technology program. Promoting multidisciplinary work, the initial evaluation and the treatment plan is provided by a professional while the treatments are provided by the students under the supervision of a licensed physiotherapist. Clients benefit from this concept by receiving quality care at an affordable rate.

The DCHC-Physio is CNESST recognized.


  • Initial Evaluation – $45 (physiotherapist available)
  • Treatment – $35
  • Students – $15 (a valid student ID card from any school)
  • Dawson Community (staff, alumni, Dawson retirees) – $25


What health issues do we treat?

  • Muscle Pain (Strains and Tears, Tendonitis)
  • Nerves (Sciatica, Carpal tunnel, “Pinched Nerve”, Herniated disc)
  • Joint (Pain, Inflammation, Arthritis, Subluxation/Dislocation, Capsulitis, Bursitis)
  • Pain
  • Loss of Balance
  • Skeletal/Bone (Post fracture)
  • Ligamentous (Sprains and Tears)
  • Biomechanical Dysfunction (Poor Posture)
  • And many more…

How do we treat?

As health care professionals, physiotherapy technologists combine in-depth knowledge of the human body with specialized clinical rehabilitation skills to intervene in cases of illness, injury and/or loss of normal function in the musculoskeletal, neurological and cardiopulmonary systems. Their goal is to obtain optimal functional performance regarding a patient’s strength, mobility and overall well-being.

Physiotherapy technologists use multiple rehabilitation modalities such as strengthening and flexibility exercises, massage techniques, electrotherapy and thermotherapy.

Hours and Location

To make an appointment, please contact at

514-931-8731 extension MOVE (6683) or


Monday to Friday: 8:30 – 4:30 p.m.

Dawson College – Room 3C.2
4001 de Maisonneuve Blvd. West or 3040 Sherbrooke St. West

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Last Modified: August 29, 2019