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Physiotherapy for Sciatica

Overcome your sciatica with a targeted physiotherapy program Sciatica is a term that’s frequently used when discussing back pain, but it’s not an actual medical diagnosis. Instead, sciatica describes a set of symptoms that occur when an underlying condition in the spine affects the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve is the largest single nerve in […]

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Physiotherapy for Rotator Cuff Injuries

Physiotherapy is the best available option for any type of rotator cuff injury Most athletes and sports fans have at least heard about the rotator cuff, which is likely because of how often it’s injured. Rotator cuff injuries occur frequently in a number of sports and in older adults, which leaves many patients unable to […]

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Physiotherapy for Knee Arthritis

Combine physiotherapy and weight loss to effectively address knee arthritis The term “arthritis” describes a number of conditions that affect the joints or tissues around the joints. There are over 100 different types of arthritis, but osteoarthritis (OA) is by far the most common. OA affects approximately 5 million Canadians—or about one in six people—which […]

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Physiotherapy after ACL reconstruction

To avoid another ACL injury after surgery, complete your rehabilitation with a physiotherapist When you hear about tears of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), it often involves an injured athlete and a timetable for when they can get back on the field or court. But one thing that doesn’t get as much attention is the […]

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POST-FRACTURE PHYSIOTHERAPY CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE


Post-Fracture Physiotherapy Can Make a Difference The adult human body contains some 206 bones. These bones provide a supportive framework for the body, protect internal organs, store key minerals, and aid in the production of blood. These bones are also key to movement itself. When a bone is broken, or fractured, movement is hindered and […]

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The Road to Recovery After a Motor Vehicle Accident

In 2017 alone, there were nearly 155,000 motor vehicle accidents reported in Canada. With estimates stating the average one-way commute for Canadians being around 28 minutes, it’s likely that at some point in your life you or someone you know has been or will be involved in a motor vehicle accident. Even the most cautious […]

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PHYSIOTHERAPY FOR POST-SURGICAL REHABILITATION

Physiotherapy for Post-Surgical Rehabilitation Do you have a surgery planned for the near future? Or have you already been under the knife? Either way, an essential part of your recovery is physiotherapy. In this article, we’ll discuss why physiotherapy is necessary post-op and what you should expect. Why Needed? There are many types of surgeries […]

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