How Physiotherapy Can Benefit Children

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Physiotherapy isn’t just for adults, but not everyone knows this. As a result, it’s likely that some children who would benefit from physiotherapy services don’t receive them. “Babies, infants, children, and youth of all ages can truly benefit from the services provided by a physiotherapist!” stated PhysioCanHelp.ca. “Some childhood conditions that could benefit from physiotherapy include: torticollis, neurological conditions, hip … Read More

Quick Tips for Managing Aging

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“Do not complain about growing old,” Mark Twain wrote. “It is a privilege denied to many.” Despite this truth, many people hate the idea of growing old. The reason is because with age often comes physical illness. However, there is plenty you can do to minimize health problems in your latter years.  Manage and Enjoy Aging with These 3 Tips … Read More

3 Conditions You Didn’t Know a Physiotherapist Could Treat

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Physiotherapists mainly treat pain, right? They certainly can treat pain effectively, but that’s not all. There are several conditions you might not be aware physiotherapy can help resolve. 3 Conditions Physiotherapy Can Treat  Here are a few painful, annoying, and sometimes embarrassing health conditions a physiotherapist can treat: 1 — Pelvic pain/pelvic floor dysfunction (PFD) — Pelvic pain can drastically … Read More

3 Ways to Reduce Arthritis Pain Without Medication

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Arthritis affects a huge number of people. To be exact, at least 54 million adults have been diagnosed by a doctor with arthritis. Arthritis is a painful condition, and some sufferers find the pain difficult to manage. Arthritis pain can make it harder for a person to perform their regular daily activities and can reduce their quality of sleep, which … Read More

How to Get Back to Your Former Lifestyle ASAP After Knee Surgery

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Between 2016 and 2017, over 67,000 knee replacements were performed in Canada, which indicates a 17.8 percent increase since 2011. Knee replacement surgery can be life-altering. Patients stay in the hospital several days after their surgery, and the recovery time from knee surgery is approximately six months. One of the most frustrating things about knee surgery is that it derails … Read More

3 Tips for Overcoming Burnout from Your Physiotherapy Program

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Burnout is something we have all experienced. It makes following through with a task much more difficult and can lower your quality of life, sometimes greatly. HelpGuide described burnout as “a state of emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion caused by excessive and prolonged stress. It occurs when you feel overwhelmed, emotionally drained, and unable to meet constant demands.” What Makes … Read More

How Physiotherapists Treat a Concussion

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Concussion is one of the most common types of mild traumatic brain injury. Physiocanhelp.ca stated that a concussion results from the head and neck moving too rapidly backward and forward. “The rapid movement, often caused by a blow or jolt to the head or body, can cause chemical changes in the brain. This makes it more difficult for brain cells … Read More

What is Whiplash, and When Should It Be Treated?

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Injuries caused by whiplash can create long-term suffering for those affected by them. There are at least 3 million new cases of whiplash each year, and more than half of those with whiplash ultimately experience chronic symptoms. “Whiplash–a soft tissue injury to the neck–is also called neck sprain or neck strain. It is characterized by a collection of symptoms that occur … Read More

How Physiotherapy Can Help You Manage Type 2 Diabetes

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Did you know that 11 million Canadians have diabetes or pre-diabetes, and that a Canadian is diagnosed with one of these conditions every 3 minutes? This is impacting the economy severely. “By 2026, an estimated 14 million Canadians will be living with diabetes at a cost of $5 billion to the public health care system,” stated Diabetes Canada.   How Diabetes … Read More

3 Common Myths About the Pelvic Floor

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Pelvic floor health doesn’t always get the attention it deserves. It’s important that the pelvic floor, which consists of a group of muscles that lie at the floor of the pelvic area, is properly toned — not too weak or too strong. When the pelvic floor muscles are imbalanced, pelvic floor dysfunction can result and drastically decrease the quality of … Read More