Physiotherapy for Carpal Tunnel
You likely use your hands for most daily activities. If you have a hand condition like carpal tunnel syndrome, it may not be easy to
Signs of a Frozen Shoulder or Adhesive Capsulitis
Have you noticed stiffness or discomfort gradually worsening in your shoulder? If so, you may have adhesive capsulitis or “frozen shoulder.” Fortunately, those who manage
4 Reasons You’re Not Sleeping Well
Waking up is exhausting or even painful for some. Getting only a few hours of sleep every night can be frustrating. Say goodbye to poor
When Is MRI Imaging Appropriate During an Evaluation?
MRI imaging is relatively common in the physiotherapy world. Countless physiotherapists use MRI imaging to help diagnose specific ailments and examine damaged or irritated joints,
Physiotherapy: Is Feeling Pain After an Evaluation Normal?
Physiotherapy helps people recover from traumatic injuries and conditions, allowing them to live a healthy and more active lifestyle. However, some people experience slight pain
Is It Safe To Crack My Neck When I Have Neck Pain?
When we feel the beginning of that creak in our necks all we want is to crack it and go about our day. But what
Why Dr. Google or YouTube Shouldn’t Be Your Go-To for What Ails You
Have you ever had unusual pain or health concerns and turned to Google or YouTube for answers? You’re not alone. Most adult Canadians search online
Gardening – Managing Neck/Back/Shoulder Pain
Gardening is a rewarding hobby and a passion, but it has its costs. Don’t let pain prevent you from continuing to enjoy your hobbies. Physiotherapy,
Is the Food Pyramid Still Relevant? Why or Why Not?
Healthy eating is just as important as exercise and physiotherapy to maintain your overall health and prevent injury. Good nutrition means knowing what to avoid
“Pinched Nerve” What Is It And What Can I Do?
A pinched nerve can cause discomfort and debilitating pain. Depending on where the pinched nerve occurs in your body, this condition can affect your ability