The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is a common source of pain and dysfunction. The TMJ is the joint that connects the lower jaw to the skull and allows the mouth to open and close, to facilitate chewing and speaking. It is one of the smallest joints in the body, but can be one of the mostContinue Reading »
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You’ve been told that you could benefit from physiotherapy, but now what? How do you choose your provider amongst the 15-20 + clinics in your community? The following tips will provide you some guidance when making your choice. Where to Start? It can be confusing to know where to begin when looking for a physiotherapist.Continue Reading »
This article was featured in the fall 2013 Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) Ottawa Chapter magazine: ‘Up-Date Magazine’. Physiotherapists often get asked how people can prevent injuries. The easiest way to do so is by minimizing repetitive strain and being able to do things in a good, neutral posture. With almost 70% of Canadian adultsContinue Reading »
The single biggest question we get asked is what people should use for home pain management: ice or heat. Both treatments are great natural remedies that most individuals can use easily and inexpensively for minor aches, pains and injuries. When deciding which one of these options to use, there are a few principals to keepContinue Reading »
Having been a physiotherapist for a number of years, it is still surprising to me that many people don’t know what a physiotherapist does or have a false impression of what they do. Why is there all this confusion? First of all, it is true that the scopes of practice of many healthcare professionals (physiotherapy,Continue Reading »
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