PART (Prevention, Accidents, Rehabilitation, Therapy) is a program that meets the needs of employers and employees of the area, with respect to rehabilitation of injured workers and prevention of work-related accidents.
The rehabilitation of injured workers entails early, intensive, active and personalized interventions. The program also includes prevention: offering education sessions like work site analysis, workshops on back care, conditioning exercise programs and any other activities the employer might request.
Although the PART clinic was established to improve services to the victims of work-related accidents, it is open to everyone.
The clinic opened its doors on March 8, 1994. It was first implemented to give injured workers, ready access to physiotherapy services that promote a proactive approach that meets the specific needs of workers. The plan of treatment is therefore based on the nature of the injury and the job-related functions.
It is recommended to start treatment as soon as possible after the accident or at the onset of the symptoms. Starting treatment early reduces the risk of complications and shortens rehabilitation time.
Why should you consult us?
To help relieve pain, regain normal movement of joints and normal muscle strength, promote healing after an injury, minimize the risk of complications, help you resume your normal activities sooner and minimize the risk of recurrence of the symptoms.
On the first visit, we assess your physical condition to determine the precise nature of your problem, the severity of the injury and the degree of disability the injury has produced. This assessment enables us to prepare a plan of treatment that could include any of the following:
Who covers the treatment fees?
- analgesic currents
- application of heat
- manual therapy
- stretching exercises
- electrical nerve stimulation
- application of ice
- strengthening exercises
- postural education
- Workplace Safety & Insurance Board (WSIB): If you are the victim of a work-related accident in Ontario, the WISB fully covers treatment fees for the intensive rehabilitation program, if your physician refers you to our service within 70 days of the date of the accident.
- La Commission de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CSST): If you are the victim of a work-related accident in Québec, the CSST fully covers the physiotherapy treatment fees. To ensure an immediate take-over, you must be directed to our service as soon as possible.
- Car Insurance Companies: If you are the victim of a car accident, your insurance company will cover the entire cost of the treatment, when it is recommended by a physician.
- Private Insurance: Treatment costs may be covered entirely or in part by a private insurance plan.
- Work accident victims (Québec & Ontario)
- Car accident victims (Québec & Ontario)
- People in need of physiotherapy treatments and who benefit from a private insurance plan
There are two physiotherapists (1 full time and 1 part time) and a kinesiologist (specialist in physical activity) working in the clinic.
Cost of Treatment
For victims of work-related accidents or automobile accidents, the bill is mailed directly to the CSST, WSIB, SAAQ or to the automobile insurance company.
Clients who consult for other reasons will receive a bill on a monthly basis. The bill should be paid at the Business office of the hospital. We generally invite clients to send their bill to the insurance company and to pay their account once they receive their refund.
Hours of Operation
The clinic is open Monday to Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
You can reach us: by telephone (613) 632-1111, ext 308, by fax (613) 636-6180, or by e-mail email@example.com
Frequently Asked Questions
We have posted answers to some of the questions that are frequently asked of PART staff. Click on the following link to view them:
Frequently Asked Questions - PART