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Postural Pain Syndrome

November 20, 2019

Have you felt a sore ache in your neck that just doesn’t seem to go away? Do you find yourself sitting for several hours a day? Ever get a headache after a long day of work? If so, there’s a chance you may have postural pain syndrome. People with this condition typically experience pain in…

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Heel Pain

November 20, 2019

Bilateral Heel Pain Plantar fasciitis? Bursitis? Tendinitis?   Bilateral means affecting two sides or both sides. In terms of the human body, we use the word bilateral to mean on both sides of the body: left and right. Common heel pain may be caused by plantar fasciitis, Achilles insertional tendinitis, calcaneal bursitis or other conditions.…

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Mortons Neuroma

November 20, 2019

… also known as intermetatarsal neuroma, is a condition where there is a neuroma between the metatarsals of your foot, near the balls of your feet or your “fore foot”. A neuroma is a benign growth of nerve tissues that can cause burning pain, numbness, and tingling. The cause of Morton’s neuroma is often tight…

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Soft Tissue Injuries & Its Prevention

May 13, 2019

How many people have you come across who often complaint of joint pain, muscle pain, back and neck pain which are results of soft tissue injuries. I am sure, many! Soft tissues injuries are damage to ligaments, muscles and tendons. Soft tissues go through various amounts of stress and strain throughout the day depending on…

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Osgood-Schlatter Disease

May 13, 2019

Is your kid complaining of front knee pain? Can you see a bump just below front of knee joint?   If yes, then your kid might be suffering from a condition called, Osgood-Schlatter disease. This is a condition, also known as tibial tubercle apophysitis, usually occurs in children up to age of 16. A tibial…

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Not Feeling Muscles Fire While Working Out

January 23, 2019

Since I started working as a physiotherapist, I’ve had several patients tell me they don’t feel the muscles that they’re trying to workout when they’re at the gym.   As common as this is, most people think that they’re not feeling the right sensations because of poor technique or form. However, the body chooses how…

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The #1 Hockey Injury and How I would Treat It

January 23, 2019

Hockey fans are well into the hockey season by now approaching the halfway mark of the 82 game schedule. Many of us don’t think about it while we watch a hockey game but while hockey players are as physical and active as any athlete during their games THEY ARE DOING IT ALL ON SKATES! No…

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Post-Op-Rehab

Fracture Rehabilitation

January 23, 2019

A fracture occurs when there is a break in the structure of a bone. This takes place when an external force, for example a fall or impact, is stronger than the structure of the bone itself and results in damage to the bone’s integrity. After a fracture, there is a period of immobilization where a…

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5 Ways to Loose 5 Pounds

January 23, 2019

I want to let you know that this is not a temporary fix. It is not a diet. The pounds you will lose will not come back in a weeks time. The weight you lose with these 5 ways to shave off 5 pounds is legitimate weight loss is not just from extra water or…

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cervical impingment

Cervical Impingement

January 23, 2019

Your neck is composed of seven cervical spinal segments that are named C1 through to C7. The segments are attached to its neighbour by two joints, one on each side (left and right) of the vertebrae. At each level of the spine, a nerve comes out through the space created by the facet joints and…

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