How our treatment plans can help you regain strength and functions following a sports injury.
If you are a participating athlete who’s suffered a sports injury, you’re probably eager to get back in the game. Athletes require an incredible amount of physical capability and endurance to persist through activities, and while sports are a healthy outlet for many people, they do come with the risk of injury.
Sports injuries can significantly vary, from concussions to ankle sprains and everything in between.Read full blog
Do your weight-bearing joints feel more like pain-bearing joints these days? If you have a hip or knee that just can’t support your body weight without causing annoying aches or agonizing pains, you may be unable to perform your job, play sports, handle household tasks, or even find a comfortable sitting or sleeping position.
These limitations and frustrations might have you taking potentially risky painkillers or considering joint replacement surgery.Read full blog
Tired of dealing with chronic back pain? Here’s how to manage symptoms at home and with our treatment plans!
You’ve probably experienced back pain at some point in your life, whether from an injury, an awkward movement, or straining your back from lifting something heavy. However, while back pain is one of the most common issues that people face, it’s important to get treatment and know how to manage symptoms before they become worse!Read full blog
Got a pain in your foot? This treatment technique can help!
Have you noticed foot pain during the first few steps after getting out of bed in the morning? How about after other long periods of inactivity? There’s a good chance you’ve developed plantar fasciitis, one of the most common causes of pain on the bottom of the heel. At The Running Physio, we can help resolve your plantar fasciitis, including through the use of shockwave therapy.Read full blog
Learn the conditions and injuries that cause foot pain and how physiotherapy treatment can help
It may feel strange and uncommon to experience pain on the top of your foot. If the pain isn’t severe, you might try to ignore it with the hope that it’ll pass. However, any kind of pain should be acknowledged and treated by a licensed physiotherapist to prevent symptoms from becoming worse over time.Read full blog
Physiotherapy is an effective and natural way to resolve symptoms of neck pain. Here’s how!
If you’ve experienced neck pain, you probably understand the frustrations of constantly stretching your neck and trying different ways to find relief. Neck pain can interfere with your life and get in the way of normal activities, especially if your pain is chronic (lasting more than 12 weeks). Fortunately, neck pain can be managed with physiotherapy treatment.Read full blog
Don’t let this common condition keep you from an active lifestyle!
We often hear about neck and lower back pain, but what about the area in between? Upper back pain is a common condition, and it can lead to the same debilitating pain as its neighbors to the north and south. Fortunately, like neck and lower back pain, physiotherapy at The Running Physio offers potential solutions to help you live a full, healthy life.Read full blog
Reduce pain and promote healing with this powerful physiotherapy technique.
If you’re not familiar with acupuncture, it may be confusing to understand how the treatment can help you heal. Doesn’t it involve needles? Will it hurt?
While the thought of small needles going into your skin may sound a bit intimidating, many people find acupuncture to be surprisingly relaxing. If you’ve experienced pain, stiffness, or muscle tightness, you may benefit from acupuncture.Read full blog
Don’t let this common condition keep you off your feet!
Have you noticed a sharp, stabbing pain in the heel of your foot, especially after a period of activity? It’s likely plantar fasciitis, one of the most common causes of heel pain, particularly among active adults. While plantar fasciitis is painful, the physiotherapists at The Running Physio in Toronto, ON can help find a treatment solution that works for you.Read full blog
Getting to the root cause of your ankle pain with physiotherapy treatment.
Dealing with ankle pain but not sure why? Since the ankle is used in so many activities and movements, discomfort and lack of function can be distressing. Sharp pain can be the result of many causes, such as an injury or underlying condition.
Fortunately, ankle pain may improve with our The Running Physio in Toronto, ON physiotherapy programs, which include at-home treatment plans, strengthening exercises, and specialized hands-on techniques.Read full blog