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Category: Injury Prevention and Rehab

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Is It Safe to Exercise with Osteoarthritis?

Is It Safe to Exercise with Osteoarthritis? A Physiotherapist’s Perspective Throughout my career as a physiotherapist, some of the most remarkable client transformations I have had the privilege to witness have been in people with osteoarthritis (OA).  Why? Well, many folks with OA enter the clinic burdened by severe pain, declining mobility, and worst of…
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Shoulder Stretches for Swimmers

If you’re a swimmer or triathlete, you’re probably familiar with shoulder pain. With thousands of shoulder rotations in a single training session, it’s no surprise your shoulders can take a beating. Unfortunately, shoulder issues have a habit of getting worse over time if we don’t address them proactively. With that in mind, let’s look at…
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Debunking the ‘Bone-On-Bone’ Myth: Why Your X-Ray Doesn’t Define Your Destiny

by Leo Falzon, MScPT For many people with osteoarthritis (OA), the notion that exercise is not only safe but actually beneficial is a surprising and counterintuitive message. After all, people with OA are often told their pain is caused by their joints being worn down to the point of “bone-on-bone.” How could exercise be safe…
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Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injury Prevention

By Stephen Woollard, Certified Athletic Therapist You have likely heard of an athlete sustaining an ACL injury in the news. Maybe an athlete sustained one and the report is that they are out for the season, or maybe even a career ending injury. But what is the ACL, how do they get injured, and what…
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5-min Flow Warm-Up

Pain vs Soreness

Get Rid of your Plantar Fascia Pain

In this video with Athletic Therapist Sarah Black, you will learn:-basic foot anatomy-causes of plantar fascia pain-how to treat/prevent plantar fascia pain

Temporomandibular joint disorder

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) seems to be an area that is often overlooked.  Most of us deal with the odd clicking in our jaw, which by itself is not an issue, until it is! The most common cause of acute (sudden) pain in the jaw is often due to trauma to the jaw.  However, another…
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Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injuries

Adolescent females  that participate in landing, cutting and pivoting sports sustain anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries up to 10 x  more than that of an adolescent male participating in the same sport.  In the U.S, more than 125,000 ACL injuries occur every year.  Moreover,   ACL surgery and rehabilitation costs over $1 billion annually in varsity female…
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Sport related concussion (SRC)

So many athletic careers have ended because of sport related concussions that the medical profession has become increasingly aware of providing evidence based guidelines to treatment, assessment and recognition of concussion.   Here is a summary of the latest consensus statement on concussion in sport from the 5th international conference on concussion in sport in…
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