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Torticollis – A pain in the neck for the child or adult

Torticollis – A pain in the neck for the child or adult

Torticollis, sometimes referred to as wry neck, is a condition characterized by an asymmetrical head and/or neck position due to involuntary neck muscle contractions. Over time, this can result in the shortening of these muscles, causing pain and discomfort when moving the head in certain directions. Torticollis can affect individuals of all ages but theContinue Reading »

Is Physiotherapy Right For My Child?

Is Physiotherapy Right For My Child?

When we think about physiotherapy, we too often forget to think about the little ones. Babies, infants, children, and youth of all ages can truly benefit from the services provided by a physiotherapist! Some childhood conditions that could benefit from physiotherapy include: torticollis, neurological conditions, hip dysplasia, development delays, and congenital issues. Here are justContinue Reading »

Boutique Physiotherapy

Boutique Physiotherapy

Boutique physiotherapy is unlike most other clinics you are probably familiar with. Imagine a physiotherapy centre where you are warmly greeted in a trendy yet soothing environment. The front staff ensures you have a place to hang your jacket and perhaps offers you some water, or even a coffee on a rather chilly day. Stop.Continue Reading »

Physiotherapy Doesn’t Equal Electricity – The Overuse of Electrotherapy Modalities in Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy Doesn’t Equal Electricity – The Overuse of Electrotherapy Modalities in Physiotherapy

There seems to be a strong relationship in people’s mind that the only thing Physiotherapists do is apply various machines to clients. These machines can be anything like a pain control electrical current (TENS or Interferential Current), Therapeutic Ultrasound, LASER, muscle stimulator, etc. You would be surprised how many clients we see who have hadContinue Reading »

Grasping the Graston Technique

Grasping the Graston Technique

Graston Technique and Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation (IASTM) Clients often ask about the Graston Technique when what they are really referring to is the less commonly used name, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM). Graston as well as IASTM is gaining popularity not only with patients, but as well with practitioners due to itsContinue Reading »

Tennis elbow – Stop being backhanded by elbow pain

Tennis elbow – Stop being backhanded by elbow pain

Tennis elbow is the common term used for what is medically identified as lateral epicondylitis. This term simply means an inflammation around the outside of the elbow. Your forearm muscles attach to the epicondyle portion of the arm bone, and with repetitive activities over time or a traumatic event you can develop a tendonitis orContinue Reading »

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