Although much of our business involves treating clients after injury, we actually like it when clients are able to *prevent* injury. We may not see each other as often but it's the best way for you to keep moving!
If you enjoy summers playing on the greens, here's an article with good tips on preventing common golfing injuries: ... See MoreSee Less
Heat and cold both have a role in recovery. Therapeutic packs are useful for treating injuries, sore muscles after a tough workout or relieving stiff joints. But when do you bring the heat? And when is cold the better option?
In anticipation of the professional cold pack we're giving away next week, here are some tips on hot and cold therapy from the Canadian Physiotherapy Association: ... See MoreSee Less
Hot and Cold Treatment for Sprains and Strains If used correctly following an injury or when beginning a rehabilitation or exercise program, hot and cold can help to reduce pain, assist with tissue healing, control swelling, and increase flexibility. If used incorrectly, however, they can also worse...
Less than two weeks until we draw three lucky winners for our goodie giveaway. Do you know someone who might enjoy a free physiotherapy assessment? Or a lumbar roll? Or a professional cold pack? Just "like" our facebook page to enter the draw! ... See MoreSee Less
It's trail running time! Many runners spend their days sitting at a desk which can create postural problems that spill over into running. Poor running form not only makes you less efficient, it can also lead to injury.
Here's an article with some tips on how to fix your form after a week at the office: ... See MoreSee Less