What is FCAMPT?
FCAMPT stands for Fellows of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy. Canadian physiotherapists can acquire the CAMPT certification by completing an additional physiotherapy education program regulated by the International Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapists (IFOMPT), which takes on average 5 or 6 years to complete.
How can I know for sure that my physiotherapist is CAMPT-certified?
|Only a CAMPT-certified physiotherapist is allowed to display the official CAMPT logo in their offices, business cards and other marketing items. Look for the CAMPT logo!|
How can a CAMPT-certified physiotherapist help me?
The research-guided techniques used by CAMPT-certified physiotherapists can help with a number of conditions, including:
- Head (headaches, jaw pain)
- Neck (whiplash, chronic neck or spine pain, radiating nerve pain)
- Upper back (shoulder blade pain)
- Lower back (herniated disc, degenerative disc disease)
- Arms (tennis elbow, fractures, rotator cuff pain)
- Legs (ankle sprains, arthritis, joint replacements)
Why would I want a physiotherapist who is CAMPT-Certified?
A CAMPT-certified physiotherapist possesses advanced training in orthopaedic assessment and manual therapeutic treatment techniques.
CAMPT-certified physiotherapists can perform joint manipulations as a treatment technique when indicated or required. Moreover, CAMPT certification offers clinical experience and specialized training in hands-on treatment of a wide range of injuries and physical problems.
What are joint manipulation techniques?
Joint manipulation is a regulated skill that can improve function and movement while helping reduce pain. Authorized physiotherapists manipulate joints by using rapid force movements that can improve joint motion space, changing the firing patterns of the pain nerves. Ultimately, this can allow a person to experience less pain.
Do I need joint manipulation?
It all depends on your condition. FCAMPT physiotherapists perform a complete review of your medical history and use scientific and clinical evidence to determine if joint manipulation is appropriate for your needs and to guide the application.
Research has shown that techniques such as thrust manipulation can restore normal joint movement and reduce muscle pain and tension. Joint manipulation can be used alongside other treatments, such as specific exercises, to help you reduce your pain and restore function so that you can get back to life.
Cost and coverage
Whether you are receiving physiotherapy, chiropractic service, massage therapy, occupational therapy or other types of rehabilitation services, most health insurance providers reimburse all or a portion of the fees.
Our clinic staff can help confirm your health insurance coverage. Your treatment may be partially or fully covered if you have extended health benefits, a worker’s compensation claim, or were injured in a motor vehicle accident.
Find a Lifemark clinic to determine the coverage options available to you which may include:
- All third-party insurance
- Extended health benefits
- Worker’s compensation
- Motor vehicle accident insurance
Please note that for payment, all major credit cards, debit, cash and personal cheques are accepted.
Find the clinic closest to you
We have over 300 locations across Canada, find one near you.
Find the right therapist for you
Over 2500 trained therapists to meet your needs.
If you are looking for exceptional care, choose a CAMPT-certified physiotherapist. The title signifies that our physiotherapists have completed extensive post-graduate training in hands on therapy techniques that meet international standards.
Search for an FCAMPT physiotherapist in your area.
Grande Prairie, Alberta
PT, FCAMPT, Physiotherapist
PT, FCAMPT, Physiotherapist
BScPT, BScKin, FCAMPT, Physiotherapist
PT, FCAMPT, Clinical Specialist (MSK), Physiotherapist
M.Sc.,P.T. FCAMPT, IMS/FDN, Physiotherapist
Stony Plain, Alberta
BScPT, BScKIN, MBA, FCAMPT, CGIMS, Physiotherapist
BSc.PT, FCAMPT, CAFCI, NKT® GunnIMS, Cert Acupuncture, Physiotherapist
BSc.(Kin),MSc.(PT), FCAMPT, CMAP, Clinic Director
PT, MClScMT, MScPT, BscKin, FCAMPT, CGIMS, Physiotherapist
St. Albert, Alberta
BAppSc, Grad Dip Manip Physio, FCAMPT, Physiotherapist
Whistler, British Columbia; Surrey, British Columbia
BSc.PT, BScBio, FCAMPT, Physiotherapist
Halifax, Nova Scotia
BScPT, BScBio, CAFCI, FCAMPT, Pelvic floor Therapist, Physiotherapist
New Glasgow, Nova Scotia; Truro, Nova Scotia
B.E.S.S., MSc.P.T., Dip.Manip.PT, FCAMPT, Physiotherapist
MPT, HBSc, FCAMPT, Physiotherapist
PT, BScPT, FCAMPT, CAFCI, Physiotherapist
BScPT, MSc(PT), FCAMPT, Physiotherapist
BSc.PT, FCAMPT, Dip.Manip.PT, Physiotherapist
St. Thomas, Ontario
MPT, BScKin, FCAMPT, Physiotherapist
MPT, MClSc (Manip), FCAMPT, Physiotherapist
PT, FCAMPT, CSCS, CAFCI, Physiotherapist
Mitchell, Ontario; St. Marys, Ontario
PT, BSc(Kin), MSCPT, FCAMPT, Physiotherapist
PT, MScPT BA(Hons)Kin, FCAMPT, Physiotherapist
St. Thomas, Ontario
PT, FCAMPT, SPC (cert), IDN cert, Physiotherapist
St. Marys, Ontario
Bsc. Kin (Hons. Spec.), MSc.PT, Dip. Manip. PT., FCAMPT, CIDN, Clinic Director
BSC(PT), MCLSC(PT), DIP MT(CAN), FCAMPT, Physiotherapist
B.A. Hon KIN, MPT, MClSc-MT, FCAMPT, Registered Physiotherapist, Physiotherapist
BSc PT, BSc PE, FCAMPT, CAFCI, Physiotherapist
BSc. (Kin), MPT, CSCS, FCAMPT, Dip. Manip. P, Physiotherapist