“Take care of your body. It’s the only place you have to live.” … Read More
In our last post, “Why Should I See a Physiotherapist?” we talked about taking that leap of faith in physiotherapy and the benefits of doing so. Now that we’ve got your attention, you probably want to know what your physiotherapy program will include. Just like when you visit different doctors you may get some degree of variance in your program depending on the … Read More
Are you asking yourself “Why Should I See A Physiotherapist?” Most likely someone recommended you try physiotherapy and now you’ve decided to find out for yourself if it will be worth your time. Good, the fact that you are researching it means you are already taking a proactive approach to getting better!! Whether it was a recommendation from your doctor … Read More
Contrary to popular belief, sitting at a computer all day is still considered physical activity. Like other physical activities, it can cause serious trauma and damage to your body. The following are tips to prevent workplace injury.
Don’t let falling temperatures and dwindling daylight discourage you from keeping up with your running routine. Running in cold weather can help shake the winter blues, increase your energy level and ensure you’re in ideal shape when bathing suit season rolls back around. The following are some winter running tips to keep you safe and educated during the harsh Winnipeg winter.
As the NHL Lockout continues to keep our favourite players off the ice, many find themselves looking for other ways to cure their hockey fix. This is an ideal time to concentrate on your own game by examining individual aspects of the sport. Aspects like your attention to a healthy diet, athletic creativity on the ice and sufficient training off the ice. As your season begins, there are essential training practices and exercises you can incorporate into your game that are sure to give you an edge when the puck drops. We’ve put together four helpful off ice hockey training tips to help you get the most out of the NHL downtime.
Summer is coming to an end but there is still time to get outside and enjoy this sunny season and all of the fun, low impact activities it has to offer. Perhaps you haven’t taken advantage of the summer activities available to you in your community, but it’s not too late. Many activities, like cycling, hiking and swimming, require little … Read More