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Group Physiotherapy Programs – 5 Reasons this is the Effective Form of Recovery of the Future

Group Physiotherapy Programs – 5 Reasons this is the Effective Form of Recovery of the Future

It is a well-known fact that exercise is an important component for injury or post-surgical recovery. Unfortunately, we tend to make it difficult on ourselves to follow through on exercise. Group exercise, especially when done in a therapeutic setting, can help make regular movement and exercise a more achievable goal. Group Physiotherapy programs are takingContinue Reading »

Dancing Away From Injury

Dancing Away From Injury

“Growing up being highly involved in dance, as a dancer and a teacher, our Physiotherapist Shira Schwartz has been through her fair share of injuries, but also knows what dancing is all about and the strain that it can put on ones body and is our in house expert for anything related to dance andContinue Reading »

Skiing: Hitting the Slopes Without Injuries

Skiing: Hitting the Slopes Without Injuries

The snow has come and the time to hit the slopes has finally arrived! Skiing, whether it’s downhill or cross-country, can be a fun and healthy way enjoy winter. Nevertheless, skiing, much like many other winter sports, doesn’t come without its own set of risks and possible injuries. Benefits of winter activity Skiing is aContinue 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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