Health Blog Category: Uncategorized
This may sound crazy, but the majority of people are unable to sit and stand in a straight position! Many of us remember our parents and instructors reminding us as teenagers that excellent posture was the key to good health later in life.
We all rolled our eyes at the time since the demand seemed obnoxious. However, as we become older, we realize that proper posture is about more than just appearances and confidence.Read full blog
Finally Find Relief for Your Persistent Headaches with Physiotherapy
If stress-related headaches are happening so frequently that they are impacting your daily life, it’s time to start thinking about physiotherapy for relief. Stress-related headaches, also called tension headaches, are the most common type of headache that impacts people.
While they are not as serious as migraines, tension headaches are a sign that something in your body is “off.” A physiotherapist can work with you to determine the cause and eliminate stress-related headaches for good.Read full blog
Regardless of what angle you’re looking at it from, surgery can be a pretty unpleasant, traumatic ordeal for the body to go through. It’s usually reserved for situations where there are no other options. If surgery is a must, you may have already scheduled a post-operative physiotherapy visit with your doctor.
It is incredibly normal (and highly recommended!) to see a physiotherapist during rehabilitation. Without the aid of a physiotherapist, it can be impossible to get back up and move on your own.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
Arm yourself with these important facts to manage your current injuries, and prevent them from coming back.
Want the short and sweet version? Scroll to the bottom for our handy infographic!
1. 70% of injuries occur at or below the knee.
Yep – that nagging knee pain you can’t seem to get rid of? There’s a good chance 6 of your 10 running friends have also experienced something similar.Read full blog