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Physiotherapy is a regulated health service in Ontario governed by the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario. Physiotherapists are permitted to operate and provide ergonomics and physiotherapy services at your home during the current Ontario lockdown.

The well-being of our clients and therapists is of the utmost importance, and we continue to take all necessary steps to operate in a safe and responsible way. Learn more about our Covid-19 precautions and

what we are doing to keep you safe HERE.

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Our certified Physiotherapists come to your home and follow all Toronto Public Health Guidelines.

We partner exclusively with Registered Phsyiotherapists. Most extended health insurance programs cover ergonomic assessments provided by a registered physiotherapist, so take advantage of your benefits to maintain optimal health.
Two ways to request an ergonomics appointment in your home:
  1. Email:​ 
  2. Call or text: 647-691-5150
*NOTE: For your safety, all Physiotherapists will be adhering to additional COVID-19 precautions according to Toronto Public Health guidelines.

Ergonomic Assessments are available in your home 7 days a week from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

in the Greater Toronto Area.

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Working from home has its advantages, and having an efficient workstation is essential to your productivity. Having a sore neck, back or aching wrists and fingers is a common result of repetitive work-related strain. If you’re feeling tense after a productive day of working from home, it’s time to consider the ergonomics of your work space.

Ergonomics focuses on designing and implementing spaces that are specifically suited to the individual users. 


At HealthCasa our team of expert Physiotherapists can provide an ergonomic assessment to help you set up a safe and functional home office. Our registered Physiotherapists are located in the Greater Toronto Area and thoroughly assess your work space needs. All adjustments and/or recommendations are conveniently made directly to your home office environment. 

Here’s what you can expect during your Ergonomics assessment at home:

Patient Interview

An in-depth interview to discuss the problems and/or limitations with your space and setup, including current injuries or discomforts. 

Ergonomic Assessment at Home
  • An overall review of your workstation. 

  • A complete evaluation of your workstation setup and adjustment recommendations. 

  • Examination of your workstation while you complete your main work tasks. 

Workstation Adjustments

Immediate adjustments are made to your workstation, e.g., chair, desk, footrest, monitor, keyboard, mouse etc.

Injury Prevention Education

Additional education on injury prevention techniques, including stretches is provided.

Follow Up Report

Following the assessment, a comprehensive summary report is provided which outlines the findings, changes, and recommendations.