Category Archives: Health and Wellness

  • 5 Ways Physiotherapy Can Help You Avoid Risky Treatment Methods

    Have you been suffering from chronic pain, or pain lasting longer than three months? If so, you are not alone. According to the American Academy of Pain Medicine, at least 100 million Americans are living with chronic pain. Because of this, there has been a larger and larger demand for prescription pain medications within recent […]

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  • Therapeutic Massage: How it Can Help You Get Back in the Game

    If you are an athlete, you know the amount of dedication that it takes. Whether you’re preparing for a marathon, competition, recital, or big game, the amount of training and preparation is extensive. You have to train your muscles and tissues to perform in the ways you want them to, which can ultimately lead to […]

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  • Herniated Discs: Could This be Causing Your Back Pain?

    Your spine is a complex part of the body. It is comprised of 24 bones, and 5 of them are located in the lower back. It is also comprised of numerous nerves and intervertebral discs. Sometimes, the jelly-like nucleus of these discs can “herniate,” or protrude, through the cell wall, if it is not strong […]

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  • Kick Knee and Hip Pain to the Curb with Physiotherapy

    The hips and knees are both very commonly reported areas of discomfort. This pain becomes exceptionally common as people age, due to the “wear and tear” of cartilage in the hips, knees, and lower back. However, people can also experience hip and knee pain from overuse, injury, or underlying conditions, such as arthritis. Some cases […]

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  • Eating Right: A Simple Technique for Reducing Pain and Inflammation

    Do you deal with chronic pain or inflammation in your daily life? It isn’t uncommon, but it is avoidable. While exercise is a crucial part of your physiotherapy regimen, proper nutrition can also play an important role. The foods you eat work to fuel your body, and eating the right ones can help you recover […]

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  • The Importance of Proper Recovery

    The recovery period that you allow yourself between workouts is when the real improvement in your body’s systems takes place. If you don’t take a recovery period, your muscles won’t be able to repair, rebuild and strengthen at maximum efficiency. If you have any questions about how to properly incorporate recovery into your schedule, you […]

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  • 5 Reasons Why You Need to Start Stretching Today

    The body is a complicated network of joints, muscles and organs that work together seamlessly so that you can go about your business, moving freely and accomplishing whatever you put your mind to. Taking a few minutes every day to tend to your body can help you keep it healthy and happy so you can […]

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  • Focus on the Form: How to do a Correct Squat

    Squats are seen as an essential exercise move by personal trainers, our physiotherapist and gym fanatics all over. Regardless of your age, gender or fitness level, squats should definitely be part of your regular workout and physical therapy routine. While many people think that squats are all about working the leg muscles, they actually benefit […]

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  • How to Put the Spring Back in Your Step

    Whether you’re suffering from an injury or tired, achy muscles, a physical therapist can create a personalized program to help you feel better and have more energy so you can enjoy your daily activities. Call us for information to see how physical therapy can help you achieve better overall health and greater physical fitness. The […]

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  • Don’t Mask the Symptoms: Treat the Origin of the Issue with Physical Therapy

    Looking for a Drug-Free Pain Solution? Look Into Physical Therapy Pain can be a helpful messenger, an alert that something in your body needs fixing ‒ but it can also be an agonizing annoyance that ruins your quality of life. To make matters worse, many pain problems are rooted in deep-set underlying conditions, often originating […]

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