Open to Camosun students, employees and the general public
The Athletic and Exercise Therapy (AET) Clinic is an extension of CSEE, offering both a state of the art applied learning environment for Camosun students, and exemplary services to its clientele.
The AET Clinic currently offers fee-per-service appointments including, immediate care, reconditioning of musculoskeletal injuries, and health assessment associated with the prevention and management of chronic disease.
Our services may be covered by your third-party insurance provider. Check with your insurance provider for further information.
Initial assessments and follow-up visits, regarding both musculoskeletal injuries and conditions. This service uses contemporary rehabilitative techniques in preparing the individual for safe reintegration into an active lifestyle and fosters an attitude of positive health.
Focuses on fitness and health risk factors associated with onset and management of chronic disease, and with sustainability and/or recovery of functional independence.
Assessment, provision and fitting of stabilizing orthotics, including Dynamic, Static and Postural Scans.
Initial assessment and follow-up visits regarding musculoskeletal injuries and conditions. This is a non-invasive tool utilized by our Certified Athletic Therapists to reduce pain and inflammation at the site of injury. This highly specialized form of therapy is proven to aid the overall healing process and often, provide you with a faster recovery time.
Clinic services and fees
Athletic Therapy Musculoskeletal Assessment and Rehabilitation
The Athletic Therapy service offers initial assessments and follow-up visits, regarding both musculoskeletal injuries and conditions. This service uses contemporary rehabilitative techniques in preparing the individual for safe reintegration into an active lifestyle and fosters an attitude of positive health.
Initial assessment will include first treatment.
Session will include but is not limited to:
- In-depth musculoskeletal and postural assessment
- Injury specific assessment and rehabilitation
- Contemporary rehabilitation techniques
- Therapeutic modalities (ultrasound, IFC, tens, NMES, cryotherapy, laser, heat)
- Soft tissue mobilization
- Physical reconditioning, rehabilitative, and conditioning programs
- Supportive strapping procedures
- Concussion management
- Prophylactic or supportive taping
- Stabilizing orthotics
Exercise Therapy Fitness and Health Risk Assessment and Evaluation
The Exercise Therapy program offered at CSEE-AET clinic focuses on fitness and health risk factors associated with an onset and management of chronic disease and sustainability and/or recovery of functional independence.
Session will include but is not limited to:
- Assessment and evaluation of cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility and body composition
- Assessment of Activity Readiness and individualized program prescription guidance
- Body composition through anthropometric measurements and use of InBody
- Assessment of bone health through predictive analysis
Stabilizing Orthotics Assessment, Provision and Fitting
- Proprietary diagnostic software analyzes digital pressure mat, patient data and translates it into a prescription for orthotics
- Bilateral pressure distribution assessment and report
- Useful in detecting leg length discrepancies
- Postural analysis to determine deviations in alignment, movement pattern and body symmetry
- Visually observe postural movement over time (replay for analysis and patient education)
LASER Therapy LightForce Class IV LASER
The Deep Tissue Class IV Hot LASER works by means of light energy. This Hot LASER penetrates deep into the tissues, stimulating the damaged cells and increasing circulation to the painful area. This produces a cascade of healing responses in your body, reducing inflammation, thereby reducing or even eliminating your pain.
Our Certified Athletic Therapists are specifically trained to use the Class IV LASER to reach both deep and superficial tissues involving injuries such as ligament sprains and muscular strains, arthritis, calcified muscles and fibrotic adhesions, as well as intra-articular tissues inside of the joints. Within a few sessions the Class IV LASER allows many conditions to vastly improve. With treatment times of as little as 5 to 15 minutes, often patients find immediate, soothing warmth and relief that improves with each session.
This unique therapy can be used as:
- Adjunct to prescription drugs
- Substitute for surgery
- Pre-surgery treatment
- Post-surgery treatment to accelerate healing
- Long-term pain management system
- Acute injury treatment
Your initial LASER appointment consists of a one hour assessment and treatment where the practitioner will assess your area of concern and provide LASER therapy treatment. Subsequent treatments will range from 5 to 15 minutes, depending on the condition being treated.
|6 Treatment Special||$250|
AET Clinic Staff
|Page Allison||Certified Athletic Therapist, BAET, CAT(C)|
|Matt Lumsdaine||Certified Athletic Therapist, Certified Exercise Physiologist, Camosun Chargers Head Athletic Therapist BSc, CAT(C), CSEP-CEP|
|Katelyn Patterson||Secretary II|
|Trisha Rennie||Clinic Manager, Certified Athletic Therapist, Certified Exercise Physiologist BAET, CAT(C), CSEP-CEP|