Special Update

We are open! To ensure our client's and staff's safety, we will be following the CDC's recommended guidelines. Additionally, we are taking the following precautions with our staff:

  • All staff with have their temperature taken before entering the building
  • All staff are required to wear a face mask
  • Staff will sanitize and disinfect shared services frequently
We encourage our clients to wear masks or facial coverings, to sanitize yours hands upon entering the clinic, and most importantly to stay at home if they have any COVID-19 symptoms.
To ensure clients maintain distance, we will be placing decals on the floor to direct traffic flow. We will also ask that only the patient come into the clinic, all support personal or drivers are asked to wait outside. We will not be accepting any walk-ins at this time. Please contact the clinic to schedule an appointment, address any questions, or concerns at 519-621-3265.
We are carefully monitoring the situation. The most important thing is to make sure we treat patients in a safe environment.
Thank you for your patience in this time of uncertainty. Everyone take care and stay well.

Grand River Physio

Grand River Physiotherapy Lending Cambridge a Helping Hand

We have been providing quality physiotherapy care since 1995 and have recently renovated the clinic so you are treated in a spa atmosphere. Our licensed physiotherapists offer rehabilitation for all types of bodily injuries and orthopaedic conditions. You can receive a relaxing therapeutic massage from our registered massage therapist. We have fully equipped cardio and strength training rooms and offer all the latest treatments for pain relief including muscle stimulation, biofeedback, TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation), ultrasound, laser, whirlpool, and acupuncture.

Dizziness & Vertigo

In Cambridge, we are uniquely qualified to offer treatment for dizziness and vertigo. Frances Harrington has successfully completed both her Competency in Vestibular Rehabilitation (Emory University in Atlanta, 2008) and Advances In Vestibular Rehabilitation (Duke University in North Carolina, 2011). She has been treating people with dizziness since 2006. For more information on dizziness check out the Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo Videos.

Frances' Interview on CTV Newscast


Early morning and evening appointments are available for your convenience. We are fully wheelchair accessible.

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519 621-3265