Keller Athletic Therapy has serviced the following types of clients since 2006:

 

- Triathletes & Ironman Triathletes

- Martial Artists (recreational, competitive & National Level)

- Jr. A. Hockey & Lacrosse Players

- Competitive Dragonboat Paddlers & Rowers

- Rugby Players (Club/Competitive & National Level)

- Golfers (recreational)

- Dancers (recreational & competitive)

- Gymnasts (recreational & competitive)

- Swimmers (recreational & competitive)

- Runners/Marathoners (recreational & competitive)

- Cyclists (recreational & competitive)

- Tennis Players (recreational)

- Competitive Body Builders & Power Lifters

- Ottawa Police & OPP

-"Weekend Warriors" of all kinds

- Pole Dancers

- ODHA & CHL Hockey Referees/Linesmen

- Personal Trainers & Fitness Professionals

- Equestrians

- Tons of "Baby-Boomers"

- Musicians

- Competitive Ringette Players

- Non-Athletes

Our Patients //

Frequently Asked Questions //

​​What is the difference between an Athletic Therapist and a Physio?

 

Physiotherapists offer treatments for all of your injuries. They draw on similar training as athletic therapists, but will be far more encompassing of all anatomical injuries. They are trained to assess and treat burn patients, people recovering from strokes, traumatic and congenital neurology as well as the elderly. Some will treat sports injuries as well. They will also be someone who can help children with various disorders as they grow. Physiotherapists work in places such as private clinics, hospitals, and seniors homes.

 

Athletic Therapists specialize in treating sports injuries. All of their training is in the area of the assessment and rehabilitation of orthopedic conditions — the muslces, bones and joints. They will assess and evaluate the injury based upon your sport and figure out how to get you back into the game as soon as possible. They can be found working closely with professional and national teams, and also in sports clinics across the country. Athletic therapists are known for their aggressive treatment protocol in the attempt to speed up the healing process, and are usually quite successfull in this process.



I am not an Athlete or Active Individual, do I still qualify to see an Athletic Therapist?

 

Yes of course!  We also treat non-active individuals who have not had success elsewhere and wish to try a new form of therapy since our approach to therapy is so "hands-on".  Non-active individuals of all kinds have had much success with our treatments. 

 

 

Health Plans/ Insurance Coverage //

​​The Ontario Athletic Therapists Association is currently bidding for Provincial Regulation. Athletic Therapy is not yet recognized by ALL insurance companies but there are some that now have coverage (see below). That being said, patients are asked to double check with their Insurance Plan to make sure Athletic Therapy is included in their policy because it can vary from workplace to workplace.

 

Thus far, the following Insurance Companies and Organizations are known to have coverage DEPENDING ON INDIVIDUAL POLICIES:

Aetna

Blue Cross (via Liberty Health)

Canada Life

Clarica

Coughling & Associates

Desjardin Financial Security

Great West Life

Green Shield

Hockey Canada

Laurentian Imperial

Manulife Financial

Ontario Teachers Board of Education

Ottawa Police Association

Provincial Police Association

Rugby Canada

Sun Life Financial

 

If you wish to have Athletic Therapy ADDED to your Insurance Plan, please refer to the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association website (www.athletictherapy.org) and click on “Insurance Coverage” to download a letter addressed specifically to Human Resources or your individual Insurance Company and mail them your request. The more people do this, the faster the CATA will get recognition and regulation for the service we provide.