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Mobility Clinic


The goal of the Mobility Clinics is to help patients with physical disabilities, and their
primary care providers, with health care needs that are difficult to manage due to a
patient’s disability or accessibility issues. That might include a patient who has difficulty
getting on to a typical high examination table and would benefit from the use of a more
accessible examination room equipped with an electronic lowering exam table,
overhead ceiling lift or just more time for a detailed assessment.

The Mobility Clinics are run by inter-professional teams that involve a physician,
nurse, chiropractor, occupational therapist, social worker and pharmacist who provide
additional primary care to patients with spinal cord injuries or other health
that impact mobility (e.g., ALS, MS, Parkinson’s, stroke, severe Arthritis).


  • The clinics are fully accessible and equipped with a hi-lo exam table, overhead lift and wheelchair scale.
  • The clinic can address general needs of those with physical disabilities or specific requests (e.g., general assessments, spasticity, mobility, bowel/bladder, pap tests, weights, etc.)


  • Assessments take 1-1.5 hours and feedback is provided to the patient and to the
    patient’s primary care practitioner.
  • Follow up is done either by telephone or repeat visit.
  • In some cases, the Mobility Clinic staff will see patients in their own homes/living
    environment for assessment.
  • If you are booked to come to a Mobility Clinic, please bring the shoes you typically wear, any braces, canes, walkers or wheelchairs, plus your medications.

Criteria for Referral

  • Adults (18+) in Waterloo Wellington LHIN
  • Valid Ontario Health Card
  • Physical disability or condition impacting the ability to receive care from regular primary care provider

All referrals to Mobility Clinics must come from a primary care practitioner.
If you are unsure if the clinic could be of benefit to you or your patient please contact 519-578-2100 x 207.

Making a referral

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

Referral forms are accessible through Caredove or here.


Depending upon patient needs, and clinic availability, patients will be triaged to one of
two locations:

Centre for Family Medicine (CFFM) Andrew Street
250 Laurelwood Drive, Suite 4111 Waterloo, Ontario N2J 0E2 16 Andrew Street Kitchener, Ontario N2H 5R2
(Located at The Village of University Gates
at the intersection of Fischer-Hallman Road,
Bearinger Road and Laurelwood Drive beside the YMCA)
(Located at Conrad Medical Centre)
Run weekly on Monday afternoons (1-4pm) Run bi-monthly on Friday afternoons (1-4pm)