Making all the right moves

A modern and holistic approach to physiotherapy, our physiotherapists focus on you, not one part of your body. We work with you to achieve your health and movement goals, liberating you to do the things that matter to you. Whether you’re experiencing pelvic floor symptoms, chronic injuries, or acute injuries. We can help you be healthy and whole.

“Be Healthy, Be Whole, Be Movement”

Types of physiotherapy we offer


PhysioYoga sessions are great for safely adding to range of motion or for those interested in trying yoga or other exercise, but are unsure if they are safe to start. Vangool Wellness will complete a physical therapy screen and create a yoga program designed specifically to meet your needs. For movement, for fun, for you.

Active Aging & Arthritis

Support joint pain and arthritis management through physiotherapy techniques and exercise. Our program promotes an active lifestyle for advanced seniors, helping them maintain their physical health and independence. Active Aging also improves balance and reduces problems related to dizziness and vertigo.

Pelvic Health Physiotherapy

We understand that pelvic floor dysfunction can be a challenging and uncomfortable condition for both women and men. Our Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy services help our clients regain control and improve their quality of life. Our program is specifically designed to support women postpartum at any age or stage, teaching them how to move safely and feel liberated to do the things they want to do.

Manual Therapy

We offer Manual Therapy services for individuals suffering from muscle, joint, and other soft tissue injuries. Our experienced therapists use manipulation and mobilization techniques to treat musculoskeletal pain and disability. Manual Therapy is effective in treating conditions such as TMJ dysfunction, frozen shoulder, neck and back pain, migraines, and sciatica.

Hip Injuries

Our physiotherapist, Lindsay Tysdal, works closely with orthopaedic surgeons in Saskatchewan who specialize in young adult hip pathologies, such as femoral acetabular impingement and hip dysplasia. Together, they have developed screening protocols, conservative management protocols, and post-operative protocols to meet the needs of young adult patients throughout Saskatchewan.

Breast Health Physiotherapy

We offer Breast Health Physiotherapy services for people who have undergone radiation, chemotherapy, hormone therapy, mastectomy, lumpectomy, breast reconstruction, or gender affirmation surgeries. Our services include individualized exercise therapy, manual therapy, and massage therapy to reduce pain, improve range of motion, and increase strength.

Why physical therapy?

alleviate pain

improve joint mobility and function

find joy in movement

Frequently Asked Questions

Don’t see an answer to your questions?

No, a referral from a doctor is not required to receive physiotherapy.

However, some insurance providers may require a referral for coverage. We recommend checking with your insurance provider to determine your coverage requirements.

Most extended health insurance plans cover physiotherapy services. However, coverage varies depending on the insurance provider and the patient’s plan. We recommend checking with your insurance provider to determine your coverage.

There is no special preparation required for a physiotherapy session. However, it is recommended to wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing that allows easy movement. It is also helpful to bring any relevant medical records or imaging reports that may be useful for your physiotherapist.

The duration of a physiotherapy session varies depending on the patient’s condition and treatment plan. Typically, a session lasts 60 minutes for the initial assessment and 30-60 minutes for follow-up appointments.

From your first visit, our therapists will provide you with movement tips and body awareness that you can walk away with and use to support immediate changes in your lifestyle and function. 

The time it takes to see long-lasting results from physiotherapy varies depending on the severity of the condition and your response to treatment. Some patients may see sustainable improvements after a few sessions, while others may require more extended treatment.

Still have questions?

Get In Touch



3026 Taylor St East, Saskatoon, SK

Clinic Hours

9am – 4pm M, Th, F
9am – 8pm T, W
9am – 1pm Saturday

Phone Number:

(306) 242-9355