Over his 12 years working in senior fitness, Curtis Adams has learned to accommodate all types of abilities, from those who are less physically able and need modifications, to those who must overcome the mental fear after a fall.
A new concussion resource for parents and coaches:
“We want to make sure that if we’re directing health-care professionals and families to use and rely on this guideline that we make sure the information in it is the latest and greatest research available” -- Dr.Nick Reed ... See MoreSee Less
Kyler will be here on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays to help us provide physiotherapy for clients who need immediate treatment. He'll also be working with Katie Hart to ensure good continuity of client care when Katie leaves at the end of November for maternity leave (baby #2!).
We're looking forward to welcoming Kyler on his first day, Wednesday, October 2. ... See MoreSee Less
Physiotherapy for Musicians Jul 24, 2019 | Injury prevention | 0 comments Every musical instrument brings its own challenges to musicians who practice hours a day, repeating movements over and over again. From a physiotherapist’s perspective, it’s a perfect recipe for a repetitive use injury. Pr...
Lynne Stacey is a physiotherapist who has spent a good part of her career working with people who have had strokes, from infants to seniors.But she didn’t recognize she had had a stroke herse…