Three Tips for Minimizing Risk of Knee Injury This Ski Season
Ski season is already upon us, thank goodness! Want to avoid seeing a Physiotherapist this season for a ski-related knee injury? Of course you do!
Three Simple Practices to Manage Stress and Promote Well-being in the Body and Mind.
What a year this has been so far! 2020 seemed so promising on January 1st but has turned out to be one of many challenges
Three Reasons Autumn is the Perfect Time to Tee Up Your Golf Game With TPI Physiotherapy Assessment
Injuries bothering you through your summer golf season? Lower back soreness after consecutive days of play? Shoulder or neck pain? With the days getting shorter
Wait and See or Seek Treatment: Knowing the Right Time to See a Physiotherapist.
Time heals everything, right? Unfortunately, not always. Knowing the right time to seek physiotherapy treatment for an injury can be one of the most important
Is it Dizziness or is it Vertigo? How Physiotherapy Can Help.
It’s no secret that dizziness is one of the most commonly reported medical symptoms, especially among our ageing population. In fact, it is reported that
Virtual Physiotherapy – Why Bother? Three Reasons Seeing Your Physiotherapist Online is Better Than You Think.
Life has changed immensely in a short span of time – for all of us. I thought when we closed the clinic doors for in-person
Three Benefits of Post-Race Massage Therapy for Runners
Running season is here and there are many races on the horizon for our local running community. One of the main mistakes we see runners
Minimizing Risk of Running Injuries Blog Series #3: Extrinsic Factors.
The third cause of running injury is environmental(extrinsic) factors. These factors can include: Surfaces you train on (trails, sand, road, track), Running shoes Weather And
Minimizing Risk of Running Injuries February Blog Series #2: Intrinsic Factors.
The second cause of running injury is: Intrinsic (or Individual) factors. There are some individual characteristics about your body and injury history that you can’t