Category: Physiotherapist

May20th 2020

Let’s get… physical! 5 Ways to stay active and feel better!

Staying active is one of the key factors in maintaining long-term health. Fitting exercise and even moderate activity into your daily routine, however, isn’t always easy. Whether it’s because of a busy schedule or a health condition, you may find it difficult to get the daily exercise you need. The following are five easy ways

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Do you wake up feeling achy May10th 2020

Do you wake up feeling achy? Try these 3 stretches first thing in the morning.

There are few things worse than waking up in the morning to chronic pain in your neck, back, or joints. Morning aches and pains can make it difficult to complete even the simplest tasks, like getting up out of bed or putting on your shoes. But with the help of a few physiotherapists approved stretches,

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Physiotherapy can help you Apr20th 2020

Physiotherapy can help you leave the pain medication behind

If you’re taking pain medication and just don’t want to stay dependent on them forever, physiotherapy can be exactly the solution you need. Physiotherapy can be very beneficial for both short-term pain (usually, that which lasts just a few weeks or months) and long-term or chronic pain (that which lasts for more than three months).

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opioids Mar10th 2020

Constantly Needing Your Pain Meds Refilled? Talk to Your Doctor About How Physiotherapy Can Help You Ditch the Opioids!

Don’t Go Through Bottles of Pills — Go to Physiotherapy Another day, another trip to the pharmacy. This is the treadmill that many chronic pain sufferers find themselves walking, month after month, and year after year. Prescription pain medications can only do so much to keep your suffering at bay — and in the case

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indicators that your sciatic Jan6th 2020

3 Indicators That Your Sciatica May Require Physiotherapy Intervention

Your sciatic nerves run from your lower back down your legs. People who suffer from sciatica typically describe a “shooting pain” sensation on one side of their body. While this condition does not always require medical treatment, physiotherapy can help ease your pain and lessen some of your other uncomfortable symptoms. So, how do you

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pre-hab Dec20th 2019

Pre-hab: What It Is and Why You Should Do It

Are you in need of surgery in the near future? Do you have a physically demanding job or sport that puts you at risk of injury? Are your muscles and joints simply not what they used to be, becoming frail and weak? If you identify with any of these scenarios, you should consider preventative rehabilitation,

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so no to opioids, find relief with physiotherapy Dec10th 2019

Say NO to Opioids and YES to Physiotherapy!

We’re all aware of the opioid crisis plaguing the nation. It’s scary – it’s as if every time we turn on the news, we hear another story about the epidemic. In 2016 alone, opioid overdose claimed the lives of 116 people each day. Approximately 11.5 million people in the United States misused the painkilling drugs

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Physiotherapy a natural way Nov20th 2019

Physiotherapy: A Natural and Easy Solution for Shoulder Pain

Your shoulders are a complex part of your body – they are your most flexible and movable joints, consisting of multiple bones, muscles, and tendons. They provide you with a great amount of mobility, allowing you to perform many of your daily tasks, in addition to several exercise regimens. However, this also means that there

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everything you need Nov10th 2019

Everything You Need to Know About Your Sprains and Strains

We’ve all been there – walking down the street, not paying attention when suddenly your ankle slips off the curb. There’s immediate pain, but it’s difficult to determine if it’s an injury that will go away on its own with a little RICE (rest, ice, compression, elevation) treatment, or if a visit to the doctor

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sprains and strains Aug15th 2019

Sprains, Strains and Ankle Pains! What You Need to Know and When to See a Physiotherapist.

There you are, walking through the park on a bright summer day when suddenly you find a hole with your foot. Before you know it, you are in pain, collapsed in a crumpled heap, hoping no one saw your graceful fall. What do you do? How do you know whether it is an injury that

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