PFC Corporate Sponsors

The Physiotherapy Foundation of Canada funds physiotherapy research and education in Canada to improve mobility, health and well-being. 

This would not be possible without the generous support of our PFC sponsors.


Major Sponsor


Our mission is to improve the health, wellness and mobility of Canadians. OrthoCanada provides expert support to help healthcare professionals reach their goals by supplying advanced equipment and therapeutic solutions in the fields of physiotherapy, occupational therapy, exercise physiology and kinesiology. We are a team of dedicated, knowledgeable individuals who strive to find innovative solutions, exceed client expectations and excel at what we do.



Proud Sponsor



Johnson Insurance is a national insurance provider specializing in home, auto, travel, and group benefits. Since opening its doors 130 years ago, Johnson has grown into an industry leader and now provides insurance and group benefits to more than 450 groups and associations across Canada.



Proud Supporter


The Ontario Physiotherapy Association (OPA) is a non-profit health professional organization with more than 5,500 volunteer members across the province. OPA is CPA's Ontario Branch.


PracticePerfect Management & EMR software is designed to streamline clinic processes and provide key operational information giving staff more time to spend on business-building and revenue-generating opportunities.


As Canada’s largest provider of community healthcare services, CBI is made up of over 13,000 physiotherapists, occupational therapists, registered massage therapists, kinesiologists, chiropractors, speech-language pathologists, psychologists, physicians, nurses, dietitians, behavioural therapists, administrators, and professionals.


With the Advanced Physical Therapy Education Institute (APTEI), upon the successful completion of the 5 Advanced Certification programs plus the written & practical examinations, physical therapists will earn the title Advanced Musculoskeletal Physical Therapist (AMPT) and receive the APTEI “Diploma in Advanced Musculoskeletal Physical Therapy” (Dip. AMPT).


Movement is life and life is movement. Nordic Pole Walking (NPW) has been proven more effective than regular walking. It gets people of all ages moving. At InsideOut Physiotherapy & Wellness Group, their experienced staff work together to diligently analyze the source of one's problem. They then incorporate useful strategies and tools such as NPW to help manage one's pain and rehabilitate effectively.


Ottobock uses innovative technology, superior service, and world-class education to help people with physical mobility challenges. Established in 1919 in Germany, Ottobock opened its doors in the U.S. in 1958 and in Canada in 1978. Currently in its third generation as a privately held company, Ottobock offers products and services to help people maintain or regain their freedom of movement.


Viscus is a therapeutic pedaling device designed by a Canadian physiotherapist specifically for conditions which require assistance to help turn the pedals. It utilizes the kinetic energy of a fast spinning flywheel to create a smooth active-assisted motion. It offers a variety of pedal designs for patients who have difficulty keeping their feet on the pedals. Viscus is ideal for acute hospital settings, long term care, and acute post operative conditions where motion is desirable.


M-Brace introduces Tactee®, a set of assistive devices designed to restore autonomy and independence in daily activities of people with mono or bilateral functional grasping deficits that aims to improve their quality of life. The Tactee® magnetic system returns functional autonomy and independent in different daily activities such as eating, drinking, writing, etc., eliminating the caregiver who's been considered indispensable so far. Tactee® is available in a complete kit that contains both the magnetic adapter, spoon, knife, fork, multi-adapter and a set of extra padding.


The School of Physical Therapy at Western University promotes excellence, leadership and innovation in physical therapy research, education and clinical practice, with an immediate focus on harnessing and growing our strengths in musculoskeletal health.


When CPA members were asked in a 2018 survey if they would be more likely to purchase a product or service over another if they knew the organization donates to PFC, 62% said yes.  Display your PFC digital badge on your company’s corporate responsibility page to show your dedication to supporting physiotherapy research and education.


If you are interested in becoming a PFC sponsor, please send an e-mail to Kerry Kittson at