Chris Streib opened the first Talbot Trail Physiotherapy clinic in Aylmer in 2002, expanding four years later to open the 460 Wellington Street clinic in St. Thomas. With a mission to make Talbot Trail Physiotherapy a quality source of physiotherapy and musculoskeletal services, Chris entered into a collaborative agreement with the St. Thomas Elgin General Hospital in the spring of 2008 to reopen the 22,000 sq. ft. rehabilitation centre. The new location would become a Centre of Excellence, utilizing the most progressive treatment options and state-of-the-art equipment, including an indoor 95° saltwater pool to ensure the best possible patient recovery.
In developing the Centre, Chris was instrumental in recruiting the first Rheumatologist to Elgin County, as well as an Orthopaedic surgeon to build a multi-disciplinary, hands-on team for the rehabilitation of a variety of conditions.
In 2011 clinics were added in West Lorne and Blenheim. Following in 2013, a clinic was added in London (Peak Mobility) in partnership with a core group of innovative healthcare professionals with a mission to deliver science-driven, patient-centered care and set a new standard for rehabilitation excellence.
Talbot Trail Physiotherapy has grown to become the largest clinic in the area, with five clinics spread throughout southwestern Ontario, featuring a complete rehabilitation care team. This dedicated team includes Physiotherapists, Kinesiologists, Chiropractor, Occupational Therapist / Splinting / Hand Therapy, Registered Massage Therapists and a Personal Trainer, all sharing a common goal to return patients to their optimum functional ability and independence.
Our dedicated team of health care professionals believe that patients should see measurable, objective results from one visit to the next and the success of our continued growth is the result of our patients success.
Talbot Trail Physiotherapy features a complete hands-on approach to rehabilitation for a variety of conditions including:
- Car Accidents
- Shoulder/Elbow/Hand Pain
- Work Injuries (WSIB)
- Sports Injuries
- Back/Neck Pain
- Hip/Knee Pain
- Ankle/Foot Pain
- Headache Pain/Migraines
- Rotator Cuff Injuries
- Muscle Pain
- Joint Replacement Therapy
- Dizziness/Vertigo/Balance Issues