Interview with Elite Sports Injury Physiotherapist Maxine Koroscil

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Maxine Koroscil, BMR-PT, is a woman of many talents. She is not only a certified physiotherapist — she is also certified in acupunture, SFMA (Selective Functional Movement Assessment), and FMS (Functional Movement Systems). Additionally, she actively seeks continuing education that will make her an exceptional physiotherapist. While she greatly enjoys her job, Maxine doesn’t obtain training and certifications for herself; … Read More

Physiotherapist Barry Connor Explains How to be a Successful Physiotherapy Patient

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It’s human nature to avoid things you fear failing at. Some people are so terrified of failing at different ventures that they never even give them a try. Potential relationships, higher education degrees, and business opportunities are often sabotaged before they get off the ground by people who don’t think they have what it takes to succeed. Have you ever felt … Read More

Phyiotherapist Lorissa Klopak Encourages People to Pursue Physiotherapy

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Starting anything new, whether it is a job, a school, or a physiotherapy program, is never easy. The unknown aspects of these ventures sometimes paralyze people with fear, preventing them from ever taking the first step toward their goals. This fear can be damaging, especially when it keeps individuals from pursuing a treatment like physiotherapy, which can help them heal … Read More

Physiotherapist Rachel Wu Shows Expertise and Genuine Care for Patients

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Each month, a different physiotherapist is featured on the Elite Sports Injury Physiotherapy Clinic blog. All physiotherapists are part of the Elite team, and each brings something different to the table. We love giving our readers the opportunity to get to know these physiotherapists better and have a greater understanding of what PTs do and how they can benefit patients … Read More

Interview with Elite Sports Injury Physiotherapist Leah Dlot

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All patients want to feel sure that they are in good hands and are receiving the best care possible. This goes for those being treated for everything from a cold to cancer. Physiotherapy patients especially want to feel confident in their therapists’ credentials and abilities. These individuals typically see their physiotherapists once a week at the very least. As soon … Read More