February NewsletterRead full article
The nature of work is that we are often required to complete the same task for hours. We can also find ourselves faced with time constraints and deadlines that lead to lazy postures and taking shortcuts, simply to get the job done.
How can they be prevented?
Welcome to the final edition of our newsletter for 2020!Read full article
The most common way the labrum is torn is through a fall onto an outstretched arm or through repetitive overhead activities such as throwing or painting.Read full article
At each stage of the healing process, a different treatment approach is required and your physiotherapist can help to guide you through your recovery.Read full article
Welcome to the November edition of the newsletter for 2020!Read full article
A common injury of the knee is a tearing of the ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament). This ligament is very important for stability of the knee and often needs to be repaired surgically.Read full article
Little by little, you can work towards the ultimate goal of total wellness and health.Read full article
Welcome to the October edition of our newsletter for 2020!Read full article
Sever’s disease is quite common and is the leading cause of heel pain in children and young adolescents.Read full article