3 Stretches to Ease the freeze of a Frozen Shoulder

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“Ouch!” is the shared sentiment of those suffering from a frozen shoulder, also referred to as adhesive capsulitis. A frozen shoulder joint is one that is stiff, sore, painful, and limited in its range of motion. The symptoms of a frozen shoulder are usually gone within one to three years of their first appearance. However, that time period can be … Read More

Physiotherapy: a Drug-Free, First-Line Treatment for Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

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Are you tired of dealing with the symptoms of tarsal tunnel syndrome (TTS)? If so, you are not alone. Although tarsal tunnel syndrome is considered rare, there are still a number of people who share in your desire to quell the annoying and sometimes incapacitating symptoms of TTS. Tarsal tunnel syndrome, not to be confused with carpal tunnel syndrome, is … Read More

Got Achilles Tendinitis? Find Relief with Physiotherapy.

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All tendons are important, but none more so than the Achilles tendon. This tendon is located near the heel, on the back of the leg, and it helps us run, jump and walk. When the Achilles tendon becomes damaged or irritated, pain and limited mobility often ensue. Does your Achilles tendon hurt consistently? If so, you may have Achilles tendinitis, … Read More

Can Physiotherapy Treat Autism Spectrum Disorder in Children?

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Isn’t it amazing to consider that Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) affects about 1 in 68 children? Today, more kids than ever are being diagnosed with ASD. While no one understands why ASD is rapidly on the rise, health professionals are gaining increasing insight into what treatments help ease the symptoms of this disorder. Many healthcare practitioners and patients agree that … Read More