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Organization: GLA:D Canada-Headwaters Physiotherapy - Orangeville  
Phone Numbers: 519-942-8884
Fax: 1-888-885-5306
Website: gladcanada.ca/
Address:
48 Centennial Rd Unit 18
Orangeville, ON
L9W 3T4
Intersection: Robb Blvd and Centennial Rd
Location: Orangeville
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Administration: Mon-Fri 8am-7pm * Sat 9am-1pm * Program: Tue 1:30pm-5pm * Thu 2pm-5pm
Contacts: Kathy Yardley - Physiotharapist
Service Description: An 8-week  education and exercise program delivered by certified therapists for people with symptoms of hip or knee osteoarthritis (OA) * the program teaches participants how to control movement to improve everyday functional activities * the goal of this program is to reduce symptoms, increase physical activity and quality of life for its participants * the program includes:

2-3 education classes * 12 tailored neouromuscular exercise seasion (twice a week for 6 weeks) * quality monitoring of the program through collecting participant's outcome results from functional test clinics.

Program is offered in rehabilitation and wellness setting across Ontario such as gyms and physiotherapy clinics

Fees: 30$/session (can be billed as Physiotherapy under your extended health coverage)
Application: Contact the clinic to consult for eligibility
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Some eligibility criteria apply. An assessment of intake will be performed prior to admittance to the program.
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Dufferin County and Orangeville  
See Also: Arthritis
Exercise and Falls Prevention Programs
Rehabilitation Services - Private Pay Clinics

This information was last completely updated on February 9, 2018

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Updated February 9, 2018
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About Us
The GLA:D ™ program was developed in Denmark and to-date more than 10,000 individuals have participated. Results have shown that participants reported less pain, decreased use of pain-killers, less days on sick leave and improved quality of life.