At Scott Anderson & Associates Physiotherapy in Regina, Sask., we build our effective approach to care on the philosophy that exercise is medicine.
We have a distinguished reputation for excellence in the treatment and rehabilitation of sports injuries and our client roster includes professional and Olympic athletes in addition to recreational sports enthusiasts.
We also have a wide range of experience in treating clients who have sustained workplace injuries and motor vehicle accident injuries.
In each case, we start with an hour-long evaluation to determine the source of pain and to understand the long-term goals of our clients beyond the obvious challenge of easing the pain and starting the healing process.
We prescribe a series of exercises to be done in addition to physiotherapy so that you can be a partner in your own recovery. Some of these exercises can be done at our on-site gym and others can be done daily at home between visits to our facility.
Our modern 2,500 square foot clinic at 4535 Rochdale Boulevard features the latest in exercise equipment in our gym, as well as modern modalities including diagnostic ultrasound.
We are a direct access clinic, so you can book an appointment with us with or without a referral from your doctor or chiropractor.
Scott Anderson, PT, Certified Sport PT
Clinic owner Scott Anderson brings more than 30 years of experience as a physiotherapist and certified sport physiotherapist and a distinguished reputation for effective care to his patients.
He graduated in 1987 from the University of Saskatchewan with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy and achieved Certification as a Sport Physiotherapist.
Scott has dedicated his life to supporting athletes, from competitive to personal sports, and from dance to marathon running. He is the on-hand physiotherapist for many children’s athletic events as well.
He believes passionately in the role of exercise as medicine and blends traditional manual therapy with his new system of patient care that blends exercise with physiotherapy.
He takes a keen interest in promoting his profession and supports the Saskatchewan Physiotherapists Association, the Canadian Association of Physical Therapists, the Sports Medical and Science Council and other sporting agencies.
His mission is to train coaches, athletes and parents of young athletes to achieve their best in sports. He also works to ensure students and athletes have education about drugs and injury prevention.
He delivers sports first aid training for coaches and teaches for the Coaching Association in Saskatchewan. He lectures and teaches on athletic development, injury care and prevention and drugs and sports.