Yes, Sometimes Good Physiotherapists Use Ultrasound

“Why would you still use ultrasound when the research shows it doesn’t work?” I had this question emailed to me recently from a well-intentioned and curious newer graduate. He had recently seen an old client of mine who said I had used this modality with them and he was interested, considering my years of experience

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ergonomics, injury prevention, Physiotherapy, Stress Management

Three Tips to Help Prevent Work-From-Home Neck and Back Pain

We have all heard by now how important it is to break up the time we spend in sitting, but many of us have trouble putting this habit into practice. With the multitude of health risks associated with prolonged sitting including increased risk for type II diabetes, cardiovascular disease, various cancers, and increased mortality rates

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ergonomics, injury prevention, physio, Physiotherapy, Pilates

Two Reasons Pilates May be the Ideal Tool to Treat Your Neck or Back Pain

Back, shoulder and neck pain due to poor posture are extremely common right now with work from home situations being the norm. Pilates-based exercise can help immensely in the treatment of these postural issues. Read on for two reasons Pilates reformer exercises can be key to improving body awareness and treating posture-related pain. 1. Our

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injury prevention, physio, Physiotherapy, running, Sports Physiotherapy

Three Tips for Beginner Runners to Keep Your Running Injury-Free in 2021.

With social distancing remaining an important aspect of keeping ourselves and our communities safe during this start of 2021, exercise and time outside remain one of the key pieces of survival of this pandemic period. There may be no better time to take up running, undoubtedly one of the best social distancing sports there is!

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