During these unprecedented times, many of us have had to adapt our exercise routine and, as a result, as therapists we have seen a rise in the number of people coming to see us in the clinic for home workout related injuries. If you are planning to start or continue with a home exercise program,
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!
Ski season is already upon us, thank goodness! Want to avoid seeing a Physiotherapist this season for a ski-related knee injury? Of course you do! Read on for three key tips to keep you on the slopes this season and out of the clinic. Tip #1: Stop skiing BEFORE you feel tired. This is key
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