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Information for Patients


You may be eligible to be seen at the Mobility Clinic if you:

  • Are an adult (18+) living within the Waterloo Wellington region,

  • Have a valid Ontario health card, and

  • Have a significant physical disability or condition that affects your ability to receive care from your regular primary care practitioner.

To be seen at the Mobility Clinic, you must be referred by a primary care practitioner.


If you think you would benefit from an assessment at the Mobility Clinic, please speak to your primary care practitioner.

If you are unsure of whether the Mobility Clinic could be of benefit to you, please contact 519-578-2100 Ext. 207.

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What to Expect at Your Visit

After you are referred to the Mobility Clinic by your primary care provider, you will be seen at one of three locations. In certain cases, the Mobility Clinic team may see you in your own home/living environment for assessment. Assessments at the Mobility Clinic are typically 1-1.5 hours long.

If you are booked to come to a Mobility Clinic, please bring the shoes you typically wear, any braces, canes, walkers, or wheelchairs, and your medications.

A physician, nurse, chiropractor, and occupational therapist will be present at each visit. Other health care professionals will be available as needed, including a social worker, pharmacist, or physiotherapist. At your visit, the Mobility Clinic team will provide a comprehensive assessment and will work with you to develop a care plan, which will be shared with your regular primary care practitioner.

The Mobility Clinic will follow up with you via telephone, return visit, and/or house call.

Resources for Patients

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