Pelvic Health Physiotherapy

PELVIC HEALTH PHYSIOTHERAPY & EXERCISE INCONTINENCE Pelvic Health Physiotherapy is a growing topic and you may want to consider it if during your workout you have ever leaked urine especially when you lift heavy weights, do jumping jacks, or jump rope. Pelvic Health Physiotherapy may also be beneficial for you …

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Grip and Wrist Strength

Grip and Wrist Strength Who Benefits from a stronger grip? Weightlifters: strengthening from forearms to wrists will allow you to have more control, make lifting easier and prevent injury. A stronger grip aids in bench presses, jerks, kettlebell swings, deadlifts, cleans, muscle ups, push ups and pull ups. Athletes: For …

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Sports Physiotherapy

Sports Physiotherapy is what we do. We are always asked “What sets you apart from other Physiotherapists in your area?”. The answer is simple. We go a step above to train you specifically for returning back to your sport. This includes: sport specific drills running and jumping analysis sport specific …

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Shoulder Strengthening Abduction:

Shoulder Strengthening Abduction: One of the best ways to strengthen the shoulder is by abducting the arm. Abduction refers to a motion that pulls a structure or part away from the mid-line of the body.  For example, raising the arms up, such as when tightrope-walking, is an example of abduction at the shoulder. Abduction …

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Considering Knee Surgery …

Things you should be considering prior to knee surgery. Are you older and have mild osteoarthritis? You might want to skip your knee scope, because there’s little proof it’s doing more help than harm, according to a McMaster University study. A review of middle-aged and mildly osteoarthritic patients indicates there is good …

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Sporting Edge Physiotherapy

About Sporting Edge Physiotherapy Sporting Edge Physiotherapy’s registered Physiotherapists combine: 1.    Hands-on manual therapy techniques 2.    Acupuncture and modalities 3.    Exercise programs to: reduce pain and inflammation reduce scar tissue improve joint range of movement and flexibility increase functional strength improve balance and stability recover from post-operation weaknesses and allow …

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