5 Signs You Need Physiotherapy

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Worldwide, millions of adults receive outpatient physiotherapy services each year for issues such as… Chronic pain Muscular imbalances Sports injuries Respiratory problems Read about the many other types of conditions physiotherapy treats here. 5 Signs That Indicate You Would Benefit from Physiotherapy Should you join the ranks of those who partake of physiotherapy programs? The answer may be “yes” if … Read More

What You Need to Know About Massage Therapy

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Like 34 percent of Americans, do you believe massage therapy is primarily a form of pampering? If so, it’s time you learned about the incredible health benefits of this form of therapy. While getting a massage feels good, it is also great for your health. According to the Mayo Clinic, massage therapy can help treat… Digestive issues Anxiety Headaches Fibromyalgia … Read More

Elite Sports Injury Physiotherapy Clinics PT Dispels Myths About Physiotherapy

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“When it comes comes to physiotherapy, if there is no pain, there is no gain.” “Physiotherapy must be painful to be effective.” “There are too many exercises to memorize for a physiotherapy program. I just don’t have the time.” Have you ever had these thoughts about physiotherapy? If so, somewhere along the way you were misinformed about this exercise-based therapy … Read More

Avoid Opioids and Control Chronic Pain with Physiotherapy

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According to CBS News, one in three Americans were prescribed opioids in 2015. About 5% of these individuals obtained the drugs through illicit means, and 0.8% reported being fully addicted to opioids. Most people obtain opioids legally, getting a prescription from a legitimate doctor for pain. Unfortunately, a small percentage of individuals who innocently begin taking opioids for pain end … Read More

Your Plan for Reducing Chronic Pain This Year

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According to the Government of Canada, an estimated 1.5 million Canadians experience chronic pain. Of those 1.5 million individuals, or 1 in 10 Canadians aged 12 to 44, 9 percent are male and 12 percent are female.   Chronic pain is pain that lasts longer than 90 days. This type of pain can be slight, debilitating, or anything in between. … Read More

Is Hyperlordosis the Cause of Your Low Back Pain?

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Low back pain. This term brings a host of negative thoughts to mind. Most of us have experienced at least minor low back pain for a short period of time as a result of a sprained or strained muscle. Others deal with chronic low back pain. Physiopedia stated, “The lifetime prevalence of low back pain is reported to be as … Read More

5 Tips for Coping with Chronic Pain That Actually Help

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Chronic pain stinks. There’s no other way to state it. Some common coping tips pain sufferers hear such as “get more sleep” seem absurd. (How can someone sleep when in pain?) Although many pain-coping tips are unrealistic, some really are helpful. Read on to discover some realistic ways to cope with chronic pain and get on with your life. 5 … Read More

The Crucial Role Sleep Plays in Pain Management

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In your opinion, what controls pain? Pain medication? Heat/ice therapy? Stretching? Certainly, these things can help specific people get some pain relief. However, there is another aspect of pain management that is often overlooked. Individuals either underestimate its ability to manage pain or are unaware of its pain-preventing/controlling powers. This pain manager is free, and it’s called sleep. Sleep Plays … Read More

What Causes Hip Pain? Can Physiotherapy Help?

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Pain is a funny thing. Although we hate it, we need it. After all, pain tells us when something is wrong with our bodies. It also severely limits our enjoyment of life. This is especially true of hip pain, which can be debilitating and cause limping and difficulty performing daily tasks. If you deal with hip pain, you’ll be excited … Read More