It’s not always easy to be active. We’ve all been there – letting the dumbbells collect dust in the garage, throwing the yoga mat in the storage closet, constantly walking by the running shoes without a second glance. However, once you get in the habit of being habit, it becomes much easier. With these 4
The relationship between core strength and balance is something that has been widely discussed within the physiotherapy field for several years. Your trunk contains multiple core muscles that work to prevent physically limiting conditions, such injuries, lower back pain, or balance and gait disorders. When your core is strong, it helps keep you upright and
Everyone has heard the importance of sitting or standing up straight. However, maintaining proper posture at all hours of the day is usually easier said than done. Many people experience back pain due to poor posture. Sitting and standing up straight allows for proper spinal alignment, which can prevent back pain. However, it can be
Physiotherapy is used to treat any sports injury, workplace injury, or musculoskeletal condition you may be experiencing. It is a natural, safe, and effective way to treat both acute and chronic pain. One of the most common reasons people seek the help of a physiotherapist is to manage chronic shoulder pain. There are a number
WebMD states, “Physiotherapy is often one of the best choices you can make when you have long-term pain (also called chronic pain) or an injury. It can make you stronger and help you move and feel better.” The mission of any physiotherapist is to relieve pain while also increasing function and mobility. Physiotherapy can be
Did you know that back pain is the highest reported area of pain across the United States? Chronic back pain is one of the most common reasons that people seek physiotherapy treatment. 60-80% of people will experience back pain of some sort in their lives, and it is likely that it may be caused by
Your hips and knees provide complex movements for the body by incorporating multiple joints, muscles, and tendons. When there is damage to any of those joints, muscles, or tendons, it can make moving the hips or knees increasingly difficult. Luckily, with the help of physiotherapy, you can find relief for your hip and knee pain,
Struggling with pull-ups and horizontal Rows? You might be suffering from “cranky elbow syndrome”. Working on some accessory exercises for the elbow joints and tendons might clear that up for you. Have a look at this elbow combo, try it out and see how the elbows feel after.
Using cables, kettlebells, hanging and foam rollers to provide feedback and pattern assist when improving hip flexion mobility. Really great for our track athletes, kick boxers and MMA athletes. Recommended for any athlete wanting to improve posterior chain (hamstring) mobility.