Health Blog Category: Aches & Pains
Whether you have recently started waking up with generalized aches and pain or suffering from chronic pain for a long time, physiotherapy has been proven to be the best possible treatment method for you.
A sedentary lifestyle, lack of exercise, poor nutrition, or an injury can all contribute to aches and pains. The bad news is that the pain is probably not going to go away on its own.Read full blog
It’s strangely satisfying to wake up the morning after a hard workout with a dull ache in your muscles.
However, when that dull ache migrates to your joints on a daily basis, that satisfaction quickly turns to frustration.
The solution is not to take anti-inflammatory medication or simply ignore your joint aches and pains, but rather to consult with a physiotherapist.
If these three reasons for considering physiotherapy for joint pain aren’t enough to persuade you, please contact The Running Physio in Toronto, ON to learn more about our pain-relieving modalities.Read full blog
Are you preparing to have surgery?
If this is the case, you should consider physiotherapy prior to surgery. Physiotherapy prior to surgery, as well as after surgery, aids in a quick recovery.
After the operation, physiotherapy can help promote a quick and complete recovery. If you are planning a surgical procedure, please contact us to learn more about how physiotherapy can help you with both preparation and recovery.Read full blog
Get Moving Again with These Helpful Tips!
Did you know that 80 percent of the U.S. population falls short of the Physical Activity Guidelines recommended by the Department of Health and Human Services? Millions of Americans are risking serious health consequences simply because they do too much sitting and not enough moving around.
You may not find that information shocking, especially if you’re one of those 80 percent.Read full blog
You Could Relieve Your Pain Symptoms Through Physiotherapy
Have you suffered from sports injuries or a car accident recently? If you have, chances are you’re still struggling with lasting pain symptoms as a result.
It’s time for a shift if you are dealing with acute or chronic pain and have yet to find relief.Read full blog
When you’re an athlete, it comes as no surprise to you that if you want to continue playing the game you enjoy, it is important to preserve your health and feel your absolute best! After all, no one wants to stay on the bench when they could be out playing on the field or court.
Seeing a physiotherapist regularly may play a big factor in your ability to stay active in sports, particularly if you have been injured and are in the healing process.Read full blog
Frequent appointments with a physiotherapist are suitable for people of all ages!
Physiotherapy is a non-invasive, safe, and effective treatment choice. It’s intended to improve movement and alleviate pain from a wide variety of work and sports injuries, musculoskeletal disorders, age-related conditions, and more.
Typically, patients undergo physiotherapy to help relieve chronic pain symptoms and avoid potential injuries. One of the most important reasons for new patients to visit our physiotherapy clinic is to identify and treat the cause of their chronic shoulder pain.Read full blog
Drug abuse is everywhere, and it is an ongoing battle that patients are constantly fighting. You go to any grocery store or pharmacy, and you’ll find countless over-the-counter drugs. Doctors are consistently prescribing more extreme pain relievers, including opioids that have been widely abused over the years. The world we live in today is heavily medicated, no matter which direction you’re looking at it from. And it’s a real problem.
If you’ve ever had an injury, you know how quickly it can flip your life upside down.Read full blog
Muscles, tendons, ligaments, and nerves form a complicated network in our bodies. The sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in the human body. It runs from the lumbar spine to the buttocks region, and it can cause a slew of problems if you put too much pressure on it.
Sciatica, commonly known as “lumbar radiculopathy,” is a painful ailment caused by sciatic nerve irritation. The lumbar region and behind the thigh are prominent locations for this type of pain.Read full blog