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What to expect during a pelvic floor assessment?

What to expect during a pelvic floor assessment?

Pelvic floor physiotherapy is very similar to regular physiotherapy; however, we concentrate on a very different part of the body. Pelvic floor physiotherapists have advanced training on the muscles, ligaments, and nerves, that affect the pelvic region. Whether you have concerns about leakage of urine, are having pain with intercourse, are planning to conceive orContinue Reading »

Are Pictures Really Worth A Thousand Words?

Are Pictures Really Worth A Thousand Words?

Clients who have back and neck pain often ask us “Do I need an X-ray?” and “Can an MRI tell me what’s wrong?” In this blog we hope to help answer those questions and put you at ease that your physiotherapist has your best interest, health, and safety in mind when we decide whether orContinue Reading »

Good Posture To Minimize Your Chance of Injury

Good Posture To Minimize Your Chance of Injury

Posture – Tips for healthy posture We’ve all done it – nagged a friend, family member, or loved one to sit up straight, shoulders back, chin up, etc. Truth is, most of us have probably been on the receiving end of the exact same comments too. Countless hours spent hunched over desks, watching TV, onContinue Reading »

Tingling hands, tight muscles and bad posture – the untold story of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Tingling hands, tight muscles and bad posture – the untold story of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Tingling hands, tight muscles and bad posture – the untold story of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Are you experiencing numbness or tingling in both hands when you are raising your arms over your head, washing/drying your hair, during prolonged cleaning or overhead activities? You may be experiencing the symptoms of condition called thoracic outlet syndrome. NowContinue 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 »

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