Government-Funded (OHIP) Physiotherapy

Still have questions about Ontario Community Physiotherapy Clinics?

Get in touch with a College of Physiotherapists of Ontario Physiotherapy Information Advisor:

advice@collegept.org

Does Ontario's Community Physiotherapy Clinic Program cover physiotherapy?

Community Physiotherapy Clinic Programs cover physiotherapy for seniors, youth and some other patients at government-funded physiotherapy clinics to help patients recover from illness, surgery or injury.

To be eligible, you must have a doctor’s referral and:

  • had a recent illness, injury, accident or surgery that led in decline in function or movement OR a flare-up or worsening of symptoms from a previous fall, accident, surgery or chronic condition that led to a decline in function or movement
  • be receiving benefits under the Ontario Disability Support Program or Ontario Works (in this case an Ontario health card is not required and there are no age requirements) 

You must also:

  • have a valid Ontario health card
  • be 19 years old or younger
  • be 65 years old or older 
  • any age if admitted to a hospital for an overnight stay within the last 12 months

Find Ontario Community Physiotherapy Clinics

Learn more about this government program

How Do I Find a Ontario Community Physiotherapy Clinic?

If you are not eligible or cannot access Ontario Community Physiotherapy Clinics, please visit the Public Register to find a physiotherapist and access a complete list of registered physiotherapists in Ontario.

Public Register

Other Helpful Links:

Contact the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care at 1-866-532-3161 or by email at infoline.moh@ontario.ca

infoline.moh@ontario.ca