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Childhood Injury Management. Watching kids bounce off of each other and whatever is in their way frequently leaves adults wondering how they never seem to get hurt. However, the truth is that children account for a large portion of activity-related injuries, and kids don’t always heal the same way adults do. If your child is injured, the best way to make sure he or she heals properly is to work with a licensed children’s physiotherapy provider. Finding a physiotherapist who special...
Posted on 2020-08-31
Benefits of Shockwave. Shockwave may sound like a new game or dance move, but it’s actually one of the most exciting new technologies for treating painful musculoskeletal conditions. Even chronic conditions that haven’t responded well to other therapies are often improved with shockwave therapy. Shockwave is non-invasive and won’t keep you off your feet, making it an ideal therapeutic option for active people. Technically known as “extracorporeal shockwave therapy,&rdqu...
Posted on 2020-07-31
Dry Needling - Why Runners LOVE This!. Most people are familiar with acupuncture, which uses needles to relieve pain and improve energy flow. At first glance, dry needling resembles acupuncture. Both methods use short, fine “filiform” needles that don’t inject any substances into the body (hence the term dry needling). However, unlike acupuncture, dry needling is tailored to the individual at the time of the session, and the same person may have a different pattern of dry need...
Posted on 2020-06-30
Functional Movement Screening Assessment - Treating the Cause, Not Just the Injury. The Functional Movement Screen (FMS) is a tool to help health care professionals identify injury risk in their patients. Initially, it was used to help athletes improve their game and protect themselves from injury, but it has become widely used to identify dysfunctional movement patterns, weaknesses, and potential sources of future pain in people from all walks of life. The FMS is not a diagnostic tool, rather...
Posted on 2020-05-31
Exercising During a Pandemic. As we navigate life in the midst of a global pandemic, hibernating safe at home and practicing physical distancing when venturing outdoors, times feel very uncertain. This uncertainty can create stress and anxiety. Exercise can be a wonderful way to mitigate stressors, improve physical fitness and benefit our mental health. With fitness centers and many parks closed, we’ve all had to get a little creative and make some adjustments to our regular routine. In o...
Posted on 2020-05-04
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