Injuries bothering you through your summer golf season? Lower back soreness after consecutive days of play? Shoulder or neck pain? With the days getting shorter and less opportunities to get out for a full round of play, now is the perfect time to problem solve and make a specific plan to address these so you
Time heals everything, right? Unfortunately, not always. Knowing the right time to seek physiotherapy treatment for an injury can be one of the most important factors in the likelihood of a full recovery. As physiotherapists, the clients we see who require the most sessions and have worse outcomes in the long term are those who
The Stats: It is estimated that each year more than half a million people injure themselves on the slopes. Knee injuries make up more than 1/3 of these and are twice as common in women, making them the number one reported injury on the mountain (3). Often these injuries happen at the beginning of the season
We are a couple of weeks into the new year, which is a great time to check back in on your intentions for the year ahead. One of our key roles as therapists is helping our clients plan for getting back into fitness and sport safely and successfully meet their goals. Unfortunately, we are also
Tired of the line ups and costs that come along with downhill skiing? In this blog post, physiotherapist Nate Mundy explores reasons to consider giving the skinny-ski sister sport of cross-country a try.