How to Reduce the Risk of Hockey Injuries
March 24, 2016
Article by Eric Doak, Physiotherapist. From a standpoint of injury prevention, today’s recreational athlete is not doing enough to help minimize the chances of becoming sidelined. Typically what happens is we show up 15minutes prior to game time, quickly get ready and perform a very archaic warm up just before the game starts. This does […]
Active Release Technique
March 21, 2016
Is there ART in physical therapy? We think so. At the right time in your healing OR on the tissues that are especially tight, active release can be amazing! Here is a short description, as written by Emily Johnson, PT. Physiotherapist Patrick McKinnon has completed training in this modality. Scroll down to the bottom of […]
Tis the Season!
December 14, 2015
Concussion Signs and Symptoms
October 8, 2014
As the seasons begins to change a lot of us start to think about one thing…. Snow! For anyone hitting the slopes this season injury prevention and awareness is important. An increasingly common injury among skiers and snowboarders are concussions. A concussion is a brain injury that results from a bump or blow to […]
Post Partum Health for Moms- Restoring the Core
June 10, 2011
Pregnancy & delivery are natural parts of a woman’s life. But “natural” doesn’t mean “without effects”. These events can significantly ALTER the strategies women use to transfer loads - meaning walk, run, stand on one leg, squat, bend forward and even sit...