Squamish Physiotherapist Laurie Block travels to Europe with the Canadian Moguls team in March 2013.
February is here, it’s winter in Squamish and we’re in the middle of my favorite time of year… ski season! As a physiotherapist that’s been working with skiers for 6 years people, often ask me about the most common skiing injuries I see, and what they can do to prevent them.
Yet a new way to “socialize” and share physio related bits and pieces.
Compiled by Maggie Phillips-Scarlett MPT MKIN Golf is a sport that all ages can enjoy. The mild climate in Squamish allows many parts golfers to hit the links most months of the year. However, like any sport, it’s possible to become injured while golfing. This is especially true if players don’t take the time for […]
Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries are one of the most common knee injuries suffered by young athletes (and adults!). If you completely tear your ACL (in an injury like the ones described below) you can have surgery to repair the knee but this often results in the long-term consequence of osteoarthritis of the knee that could […]